Game Creator Talks Siren: Blood Curse
Full downloadable titles are starting to become more appealing as time goes on, and perhaps one of the most promising is Siren: Blood Curse.
If you're a survival/horror fan, you definitely need to head on over to the official PlayStation blog, where game creator Keiichiro Toyama answered a bunch of questions and provided a horde of new details on the upcoming title. He talks about ideas on providing gamers with a series of downloadable episodes, and what exactly makes this particularly game uber-creepy. Perhaps the most interesting question that was asked was the first one- "How has Siren: Blood Curse evolved from the PlayStation 2 title? (Is it scarier? More involving storyline?)" In response to this, Toyama said:
"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 theyve 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."
There's a lot more from the Q&A session as you can see, and we have to say, the game is shaping up quite nicely. The responses are more detailed than we would've expected, and those screenshots are impressive for a downloadable title. Expect to see Siren: Blood Curse some time this summer, and make sure to check out our in-depth preview.
Related Game(s): SIREN: Blood Curse
6/14/2008 Ben Dutka