Siren: Blood Curse Remaster Possibly Coming to the PS4

 
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Siren: Blood Curse Remaster Possibly Coming to the PS4

Highlights

  • Cult horror game Siren: Blood Curse has recently been rated for South Korea.
  • It was last available on the PS3 eight years ago.
  • Being rated again could imply a possible PS4 remaster.

This generation of games will go down in history as the one with the most remasters ever. With almost every game getting a shiny new re-release from the likes of Uncharted and Batman to lesser known games such as Gravity Rush, it seems that Sony isn't quite done bringing its entire roster of exclusives to the PS4 in one way or another.

According to the Game Rating and Administration Committee, a South Korean content rating board, Siren: Blood Curse, a Sony first-party exclusive horror game has been rated today according to Gematsu. Odd considering that this episodic release hit digital shelves in 2008. In fact, at the time it was released in Asia and Japan as well as South Korea as Siren: New Translation for the PS3. And yes, it was also rated in South Korea at the time as well.

(Also see: Batman: Return to Arkham Exclusive to PS4 and Xbox One, Promises Improved Graphics)

This could imply that Sony is remastering the game for the PS4. Reason being, receiving a new rating eight whole years after the original seems odd and no platform appears to be attached to it at the moment. Not such a bad thing considering that the Siren series of horror games has been criminally overlooked by many horror fans who prefer getting their fix with mainstream fare such as Resident Evil.

However yet another remaster from Sony just makes us wonder if there are any new games in development at the company. Aside from well, God of War 4 that was leaked a couple of months ago.

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Rishi Alwani

Rishi writes about video games and tech. Legend has it he bleeds pixels.

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