Editor's Note:

Titled "Forbidden Siren" in Europe.

Added on: May 02, 2003

[edit] Background

The coastal village of Hanyuda has been turned into a living nightmare by the oncoming of a mysterious crimson sea that has transformed the locals into living dead. Playing as Kyoya Suda you run into a beautiful and mysterious girl and set out to find the cause of the strange events occuring in Hanyuda.

[edit] Features

  • Survival horror game based on H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos novels.
  • 'Sightjack' the viewpoint of the characters and enemies, seeing the world from their eyes.
  • Advanced Enemy AI where characters will join forces to hunt you down.
  • 78 episodes set over three days.
  • Use everyday items as weapons in your struggle against the enemy.

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Siren for PlayStation 2 Unleashed

New survival title promises to "sightjack" gamers into an alternate world of fear, mystery and suspense

Apr 20, 2004, by Leo Chan | 0 comments

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May 16, 11 12:00am
Very different gameplay because the strategy is to ration ammo, think creatively, and hide adequately to survive, not blaze thru shooting. Siren
Soquid Snake
Feb 18, 11 1:50pm
This is a horribly plagued game, in every way imaginable. 2/10. Siren
Nov 26, 10 12:48am
I have GOT to get THIS game. Siren
May 17, 06 4:12pm
The Hardest Game Ever! Siren
Jun 04, 04 2:08pm

Ok this game is cool. Its a good horror game. Wait, O.K. horror game. Doesn't come...

Jake Rockwell
May 20, 04 5:29am

What you have here is basically two games in one; the game you end up with will depend...

Apr 16, 04 2:21am

Underrated, but definitely a sure-fire winner if you're looking for a classic survival...

Mar 30, 04 6:16am

Essentially a horror version of Loony Toons PSone game 'Sheep, Dog & Wolf' - you play...

Mar 24, 04 10:56am

In the dark village Hanuda, lost in the most put off mountains of Japan, a terrible...

Dec 29, 03 2:05pm
added 10 new screenshots
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Release Dates
  • North America: Apr 20, 2004
  • Japan: Nov 6, 2003
  • Europe: Mar 12, 2004
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