A few months back we featured the most bloodcurdling games to be unleashed this fall. We then graded each fright fest depending on what we assumed would be the scariest. The big surprise though is that half of the games featured - including FEAR 2 - either won’t be released by year’s end or - like in GhostBusters and Fatal Frame’s case - don’t even have release dates.
They don’t like outsiders in Hanuda. Buried in the mountains of rural Japan, the once-peaceful village has become home to a religious cult attempting to resurrect an ancient demon, and in the process its residents have become Shibito; shrieking, murderous zombies who bleed from the eyes and skewer trespassers with pitchforks. And guess what? You’re there, you’re lost and it’s raining blood.
If you like your horrors dark and gory, Siren looks like it'll be the game for you. See what we mean?While Resident Evil 5 has action-orientated scenes of Chris Redfield exploding buses and spraying machine gun fire into swarms of zombie-beasts (or whatever they are), Siren looks like it simply wants to mess with your head and turn your stomach inside-out."The horror-survival title is set in the Japanese village
We've had some rough nights - isn't that what freshman year of college is for? But we've never woken up in the middle of the night to find ourselves in a remote Japanese village where it just happens to be raining blood. Yet, that's what an American named Sam finds himself doing in the beginning of Siren: Blood Curse, the latest in Sony's quietly demented survival horror series.Sam is just one of seven playable characters, most of
Siren: Blood Curse is coming to PlayStation Network in twelve "TV-style, suspense-packed downloadable episodes this summer," Sony has confirmed. Pricing, or a specific start date, has yet to be made available.The official line on the story is: "The horror-survival title is set in the Japanese village of Hanuda, where a TV crew from America arrive to research the legend of the Vanished Village where human sacrifice is said to have
Siren: Blood Curse is the new official name for the latest in Sony's horror series, coming to PS3 later this year.
Thirty-seven new shots from PS3 title Siren: New Translation bring new meaning to the term "scared shitless." The images, posted on Japanese gaming website Game Watch, appear to confirm that the game will feature an American television crew, a LOT of zombies and nurses. Zombie nurses. Siren: New Translation is the third title in the franchise, succeeding Siren and Forbidden Siren 2. It's not