''First off, if you do decide to pick up Siren: Blood Curse (and if you're a survival horror fan you should), know that the song that plays whenever you select it on the PS3 media bar is probably one of the creepier things you'll hear from a game this year, so make sure something else is selected before turning off the game.
Getting to the actual presentation, Blood Curse is the downloadable semi-sequel to the PS2 game. Despite its status as a downloadable game, Sony hasn't skimped on the production values. Neither the textures nor the environments scream "next-gen", though both play into the game's macabre stylization. The awkward models add an additional bit of creep to the already dark (okay, really dark), grainy look. The in-game soundtrack is just as unsettling as the media screen music and fits in the overall aesthetic. Sound effects are just as creepy, and though they won't have you jumping at your shadows, they still add to the sense of paranoia created by a bunch of enemies that just won't die.''