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Siren: Blood Curse -- Episodes 9-12 Previews - PS3

Siren: Blood Curse -- Episodes 9-12
Game Description:A TV crew from America arrive to research and film an exposé on the urban myth of Hanuda, the Vanished Village, where human sacrifices are said to have taken place. Hanuda is a dark, eerie world, frozen in the 1970s and surrounded by a red sea. An ancient curse has been set upon the town and you, as the visitors, must save the remaining inhabitants including the beautiful Miyako. In order to survive you must defend yourself from the vicious Shibito, or living dead, and other terrifying monsters. Siren: Blood Curse is split into 12 episodes, each with an opening and ending sequence, and each comprised of parallel scenarios for multiple characters.
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    Playstation Network Exclusives

    Sony showcases games which will soon be available on the Playstation Network; Ratchet and Clank Future: Quest for Booty, Fat Princess, Eden, Pain: Amusement Park, Flower, Siren Blood Curse and Ragdoll Kung fu: Fists of Plastic.

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