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PSN Horror Sale This Week: Save on Siren Blood Curse, Dead Rising 2

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41w ago - Sony PS Plus Content Manager Chris Howe of the PlayStation Store announced that they will be starting a PSN horror sale this week where fans can save on Siren Blood Curse, Dead Rising 2 and more!

To quote: Hi everyone! It's that time of year when the nights start to creep and the ghosts and ghouls come out from their dark corners. If that's not enough to send a shiver down your spine then why not check out the Horror Sale starting today at PlayStation Store!

Here you will find up to 75% off some of the most terrifying games to have ever graced our screens, including Siren Blood Curse, Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut and inFamous: Festival of Blood.

These games will go on sale from Wednesday 16th October. What are you waiting for? Are you too scared?

PS3 games:

Deadpool
Was 59.99/AU$89.95/£49.99, now 34.79/AU$52.17/£28.99

DOOM 3 BFG Edition
Was 39.99/AU$49.95/£29.99, now 14.79/AU$18.48/£11.09
Additional 25% discount for PS Plus members

Dead Rising 2 Off The Record(Not available in Germany)
Was 14.99/AU$17.95/£10.99, now 8.99/AU$10.77/£6.59
Additional 15% discount for PS Plus members

Devil May Cry HD Collection
Was 29.99/AU$39.95/£19.99, now 14.99/AU$17.95/£10.99...
 

New Siren Blood Curse Trailer is Now Available

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315w ago - Siren Blood Curse is hitting the PSN Network this month in an episodic release, and until it's available RubberRepublic has shared a trailer video of it via YouTube.

The video's caption reads: The game takes the player to a remote Japanese mountain village where a strange ritual ends in bloodshed, a ghostly siren wails - and for an American film crew trapped on the mountain, a nightmare is unleashed.

Steel yourself for a terrifying ordeal as you fight to stay alive against the savage Shibito... Check it out below!




 

Q&A session with Siren: Blood Curse's creator, Keiichiro Toyama

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319w ago - From the official PlayStation Blog today: By now you might've read about Siren: Blood Curse, an episodic survival horror game coming this summer on PlayStation Network. We also posted the first trailer right here on the PlayStation.Blog.

To give the Blog readers more insight into this game, we held a Q&A session with Siren: Blood Curse's creator, Keiichiro Toyama. We have translated this Q&A for your reading pleasure. We hope you enjoy the creepy insight into the storyline and strategy behind Siren: Blood Curse.

How has Siren: Blood Curse evolved from the PlayStation 2 title? (Is it scarier? More involving storyline?)

With Siren Blood Curse, the leap in visual presentation has helped to convey a tangible sense of fear and makes the player feel as if they've truly been pulled into a nightmarish world. The new split-screen Sight Jacking system also helps give the game a more active pace than the previous titles. When it comes to story, Siren Blood Curse manages to preserve the level of depth and mystery from the previous SIREN games while presenting it in a manner that makes it easier to follow.

How has the story of Hanuda developed? Does Siren: Blood Curse bring a conclusion to the storyline?
 

New Details on Sony's PS3 Horror Game - Siren: Blood Curse!

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323w ago - This is a direct translation from the original Japanese Famitsu article linked above. Siren: New Translation is the Japanese release title for the game available in Japan on 7/24 this year for 5980 yen. Siren: Blood Curse will be the US release title.

-Those that weaved the nightmare:
The "Siren" series has always been based on various Japanese cultures and folklores. The base concept for this new game is "looking in from a different cultural perspective", with new characters giving the first game of the series a new translation. This is a introduction to two of those new characters that will appear in the game.

Prologue:
August 3, 2007. An American television crew has suddenly lost contact while covering their story in the deep mountains of Japan. The well-beings of the missing crew are still unknown. Up until the crew completely lost their contact, they were reporting on "found traces of human sacrifice" in the remains of a village which supposedly was wiped out by a land-slide in 1976. The name of that village was Hanyuda...

A bull-headed cultural anthropologist Sam Monroe:
A cultural anthropologist who works at an easy job at a third rate university. His stubborn personality always gets him into trouble by being perverse on his own believes and understanding of things....
 
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