Siren: Blood Curse is an underrated gem that far too many horror fans have overlooked.
need to get this game again, never finished it, bet its expensive now even second hand
I love this game. The environment is great... and the game actually makes you jump at certain stages. Compared to Resident evil and other horror games, this gen... you actually care about the safety of the characters. I'm still waiting on a sequel!
I bought all the episodes for this when it came out on psn. One of the best games I've played on ps3. Very creepy and suspenseful, not to many games can get that eerie feel but this game pulled it off and so much more.
Siren: Blood Curse is an awesome game. The only thing that ruined it was the episodic part of it. Even if you buy the blu-ray version oversees the game still plays in episodes and I hated that.
well its abit hard to explain several characters stories without splitting it up into chapters.......how would you have done it?
great game, shame about the controls
I have it and it's pretty crazy. My wiener dog howls at the music that it plays on the XMB.
Does the psn version have bilingual Eng/Jpn language options?
no it doesnt, theyre americans that were trapped in the village only one that can speak jap/eng at the same time are seigo saiga and miyako. but there are subs as well. However if you get the retail disc from japan or jpn psn it will have the option of subs.
Guess I'll have to get the UK ver then.(ebay here i come)
I recently downloaded the game again on my psn, i remember i've beaten it before with the help of my friend. Great review btw. Agree on this if you found it hard to complete that one level with bella which forces you to get past those WEIRD SCARY ass bitch NURSES in the hospital, man i remember i had to like set the alarm so that the shibito would go in one room so that i could pass the hallway safely. I also remember locking myself up in one of the washrooms in the hospital because of those spider shibitos.
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