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SIREN: Blood Curse

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wownd10405, Metacritic
22 February 2014
  • Summary: All graphics system changed, but still good to write down plate was impressed with the finish. I personally had more fun predecessor, but the fear of this game is really the best you can say.
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YoutubeTGW, Metacritic
21 February 2014
  • Summary: The graphics are good. I only have a complaint about how dark everything is no matter she brightness setting the camera control is just ridicules. I try my best to enjoy it...
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GamersLikeABoss, Metacritic
16 December 2012
  • Summary: I bought this game cuz now days have very rare horror games that is happening in Japan. Horror games based in Japan always scared me and i love how the style goes. I was looking forward to play this game and see how cool the story is. But...it really disapointed me is that the story is very VERY confusing and it doesnt make sense. The graphics have good quality but the game its very hard to play.
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hollowfication, Metacritic
27 August 2012
  • Summary: this is worst game i got this game for 20 bucks i thought hey why not said zombie game so i tried it biggest mistake it took 15 hours to finish and guess what???? nothing the no reward no nothing it was pathetic worst game the zombie talking when shot them they die pop back up 10 mins later crap
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Overall 10

Not interested in holding your hand

Rita A. Lasalle "Rita Ann", Amazon
14 April 2012
  • Summary: Objectives can be unclear. The map can be more of a burden, than an asset. The story makes little sense to me (though never dull). The combat system is a chore to execute (comes with the genre i suppose). And trial and error seems to surface rather frequently, removing tension and fear, and replacing those feelings with frustration and annoyance. Based on those issues, this game deserves a poor mark, right? Well, not exactly.
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Overall 6

A compentent survival horror, but little more.

kessler, Amazon
13 April 2012
  • Summary: Survival horror is a genre of games that seemingly died out in recent years. When most modern gamers think of a horror game, they would probably envisage thoughts of Dead Space or maybe even Resident Evil 5. Actual survival horror games of this generation, games that actually manage to scare, are very few and far between. Amnesia The Dark Descent was released on PC in 2010, which did truly manage to scare in a way that few other games ever had.
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Overall 8

Classic Survival Horror Formula, With Some Modern Tweaks.

Jeffrey Lasalle "Jeff LaSalle", Amazon
2 April 2012
  • Summary: With most games in the genre making the shift towards action horror, Siren: Blood Curse instead retains what made survival horror so appealing in the first place. It would have been easy for them to appease the action/shooter fanbase, and cash in like so many others have. Thankfully, the often under appreciated Siren franchise does not sellout.
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TheHorrorAnthem, Metacritic
30 March 2012
  • Summary: What a truly fantastic Survival Horror, and when I say Survival Horror, I mean it. Siren: Blood Curse, also known as Siren: New Translation in Japan, is the first and honestly one of the only true Survival Horrors of the modern generation. Written by the same writer as none other than the Horror game Omega, Silent Hill, Blood Curse brings us the confusing yet constantly intriguing tale of an American TV crew, a young American high school student, a little girl around age...
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predikador, Metacritic
27 March 2012
  • Summary: the best survival horror of the new generation, and one of the best of history games. Its absolutely scary and so hard. i know it isn't a game for all people, but if you can, test it, won't disappoint you
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Overall 10


Wackajuice, Amazon
27 February 2012
  • Summary: Unbelievable. 4 years old, the most immersion and scariness to experience on the system! Broken up into episodes, you feel like you are competing in a reality-horror TV series. What a blast, replay is great as well. It's a world you wanna re-visit, as long as you know how to escape first!
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