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Siren: Blood Curse priced, nearly ready for European debut

Jul 04 // SRVSLPS

Wishing for a little episodic horror in your life? Come July 24th, fire up your PS3, and the wait will be over. That's the day that Siren: Blood Curse makes its debut in all its downloadable goodness -- via PSN.

Although I'd like to have the option of owning the Blu-ray Disc version, like only Japan is getting, going for the episodic approach at £4.99 (about $10) per "chapter," or £19.99 (around $40) for the whole shebang doesn't sound half bad. Oh, did we mention that each chapter contains three episodes, and that there are four chapters in all? Sorry about that. One last detail though: Those prices are for our friends in Europe, and we still haven't been told what the game will cost us in the States.

If you weren't already sold on the game after viewing the screenshots Dale shared with us earlier, you can always test the waters and purchase content on a trial basis of sorts. Don't care for the first chapter? You can cut your losses now -- forget about purchasing the rest -- and save yourself some coin. Will this be the game that that knocks Silent Hill off its pedestal? Maybe not, but it still sounds pretty freaking good to us. Any takers?

[Via CVG -- Thanks, Justin]


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