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Siren: Blood Curse

Released on 31 October 2008

Rating: 18+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (19 customer reviews) | Write a review

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An American TV crew has arrived in Japan to film an expose on the legend of the "vanished village." Controlling seven different playable characters, the player must uncover the mystery behind the curse that grips the eerie village of Hanuda. The unique "sight jack" system allows the player to see from the point of view of the Shibito, or living dead, to avoid their detection or watch as they close in on the player and companions. Intense graphics, realistic character animation, and a gritty film-like graphical presentation add to the horror of Siren: Blood Curse.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
  • Complex story spread across 12 dramatic separate episodes with seven playable characters in all
  • Sight jack system lets you see exactly what your enemies see
  • Sneak past the deadly Shibito or take them head on with over 50 kinds of weapons, each with unique fatal finishing move animations
  • Archive system lets player unlock a variety of story clues and important background information

customer Reviews

 Average rating (19 reviews)

 Different.

| | See all AstralDescent's reviews (55)

Im a bit confused about the reviews here

Some people seem to be expecting a gears of war shooter, and others a resident evil game.

The game is nothing like either to be honest.

The basis of the game is that a tv crew and a high school student arrive at a japanese mountain village, in time to see a sacrifice and the village going to hell. "Shibito" or "living dead" are walking the place killing the living, and spreading their kind. These people are quite strange and often have dual voices.

In terms of gameplay, you are trying to achieve various goals, whilst avoiding or taking out the shibito. There is a large array of weapons, from guns, to garden shovels.

You can "sight jack" the shibito which helps in avoiding them, you see what they can split screen.

This is a good survival horror, and is split into episodes to help pace the game. Each ends with a "next time" video, and begins with a "last time" one.

I think the bad reviews come from people not knowing what theyre buying, siren is a strange japanese horror game and is quite unique in the way it plays.

Also they graphics and sound are great, its a dark game but you can always see where youre going.

If you arent expecting gears of war style controls or the puzzle gameplay of the old resident evils, you wont be dissapointed, its a good game.

 great

| | See all dhill96's reviews (76)

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a true survival horror pick up any weapon you can find a garden folk or a bottle and hope its good enough to fight them off a great game good puzzles good graphics one for the collection

 Don't Be Fooled

| | See all Kiff182's reviews (41)

I got this because its a cheap Ps3 title and fancied some hours on my Ps3. I liked the idea of mixing the gameplay with proper footage but after 10 mins of playing this game you can see the flaws.

The control system does actually seem simple enough but just doesn't work at all, its jerky and just doesn't respond well. The images and previews i'd seen of it looked well done, but graphically its so grainy i found it almost unplayable, I can't honestly tell you what the story line is like because i didnt get that far in it.

My one piece advice would be not to be fooled because of the low price because even at this price its still a bit of a waste of money.

 lots better than res 5

| | See all bikerdood's reviews (14)

i realy enjoyed this game,,i am a silent hill resident evil fan and if u like a good scare this is the game 4 u,,,its a stealth zombie game,,,and 4 a survival horror this as got 2 b the most goriest game i played 10/10 sony :) 4 a different game .............

 Good

| | See all dazsto's reviews (73)

Although siren blood curse is a million miles away from the survival horror greats such as resident evil and silent hill it is still a pretty decent game. It reflects the popular japanese horror genre and is a cult game over there. It is a different survival horror approach with it being more emotion based and less about weapons to massacre anything in sight. The camera controls are a little clunky and sometimes annoying but overall it is a really entertaining game one that i played with the light on! Definatley worth its low price and a good choice for anyone who wants to try something different

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Rating18+ (PEGI)