Kombo: JU-ON: The Grudge has very little to offer anyone. It'll scare you a couple times, but they're just cheap scares that even the lowest budget B movie would be embarrassed to have to resort to. Aside from those cheap scares, all there is to do is make it to the end of the level, and that feels like much more of a chore than an accomplishment.
Had I not been playing this game as a reviewer I would've put it down when I died 10 minutes into the first episode and realized I had to crawl my way back through everything I had done already. I feel sorry for anyone who's unfortunate enough to buy this game without reading any reviews, because they're gonna feel the strongest buyer's remorse they've ever felt. As for you, the reader, you might rent this game some night when you and your friends want a game to make fun of, but if you're looking for a game that's satisfying on any level, you won't find it in JU-ON: The Grudge.