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Siren Blood Curse (PS3)

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation 3
40 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B001FB56MU
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 31 Oct. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,285 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

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.

  • 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

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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Lornie on 20 Feb. 2009
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Last week I bought Siren Blood Curse after reading online that it was a semi scary game and a decent game overall, man did I get a very pleasent surprise.

I put in the game and I didn't get a tutorial, a 10 minute long cgi intro or anytime what so ever to brace myself for what comes flying at you. The game cleverly throws you in the thick of it making you panic and hurry along the first level and from there things pick up greatly.

The game is a horror based in Japan (surprise) on some abandoned island where some village rituals use to go on (another surprise) and you play a series of american tv workers, teenage boys, little girl etc... lots of characters to go through which is great.

The story itself is not worth telling because that ruins the fun of the game and its worth finding out by playing it.

Anyway... this island is riddled with darkness, the skys are red, the water is full of blood and the island is mobbed with Shibito. Now these Shibito are creepy and just plain horrible. Basically they're zombies, who have a small portion of intelligence and their basic instincts are to rip you to pieces. Their voices are phased and destorted (like classic Evil Dead) and they will hunt you and never stop.

The Shibito are quite clever in my opinion. They'll go about their daily tasks etc until they spot you. Then they're literally roam around the entire map until they find you. Turn your torch off and hide under your bed because they're clever AI. Not only do they like to hunt you but they also love to taunt you. Level 3 you have to sneak out of this abandoned hospital as this little girl and having one of these sucker chase you shouting "Im going to find you, I saw you!" etc was tense!

The graphics for this game are stunning.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 14 Sept. 2008
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I purchased this game through the Playstation Network and I'm glad to see they are now releasing this game onto Blu-ray disc as it truly deserves it. I'm going to be buying this game for the second time because I like it that much and as a download it also eats up quite a large amount of space on your HD.

Siren: Blood Curse takes you on a terrifying adventure set in Japan. An American TV crew find themselves deserted on an island where they have come to investigate and document the legend of Hanuda, a "vanished village" where human sacrifices are said to have taken place thirty years prior. Each are eventually split up and have to face the dangers of the island alone. Another character, a teenager named Howard is also on the island and you will get to play each and every character in the game throughout your journey.

Sam and Melissa are a seperated couple who have come to the island and their daughter Bella has been brought along by Sam which Melissa isn't happy about. You get to play as Sam and Melissa and even play as Bella in a terrifying hospital level which involves creeping around in stealth.

The occupents of the island appear to be Japanese zombie-like creatures which vary in strength and difficulty as you progress. There are also some larger and very obscure and frightening enemies later on in the game. Each of the enemies and the characters show off some amazing graphical details and the game looks absolutely stunning. A fantastic part of the game with a huge enemy shaking a bus as you try to make your way through stood out as a really memorable part of this game for me which is one of many great atmospheric and frightening moments within the entire 20+ hour adventure.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ben Dunne on 2 Feb. 2012
I'm a massive survival horror fan. I love the way these games don't let you just run around like a lunatic and shoot everything in sight. They require thought. Do you press forward in the game or do you go back to look for ammo or health knowing such a move may well end up with you losing your head from your shoulders? It's a truly mature genre for the mature gamer. While I have enjoyed the recent resi games and dead space, they have taken away a huge part of the 'survival' in survival horror opting for a more gung-ho approach. And in some cases,(looking at you resi 5) they have even taken away the horror too.
That is why i'm so delighted I discovered Siren Blood Curse. Not only is it at times truly terrifying, but if you go in trying to kill everything in sight your in for a big shock. The enemies are relentless monsters that will stop at nothing to cut you into tiny pieces. Your only choice is to play tactically, hiding in lockers, shadows or whatever you can find. If your lucky enough to find a weapon, you have to hope your able to sneak up on an enemy because fighting face to face will usually result in death, especially when your up against more than one enemy.
To help you out, your given the ability to sight-jack enemies. Sightjacking let's you see the world from the perspective of another enemy. What they are doing, whether they can see you from their view point, so on. You would think knowing where your enemies are at all times would lessen the horror, but in some cases, it actually does the opposite. Say your hiding in a closet after running from an enemy, seeing that same enemy slowly approach the closet your hiding in from their perspective is one of the most terrifying experiences in gaming you will ever have.
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