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Japan Studio's wacky PlayStation 3 survival horror Siren: Blood Curse may be sightjacking the PlayStation 4 in the near future. The title popped up on the Korean Ratings Board overnight under its Western name – it was dubbed Siren: New Translation in its native Japan and Asia – indicating that some kind of remaster may very well be on the cards.

Despite receiving some really positive reviews, this pseudo-PlayStation 2 remake never really got the attention that it deserved, originally launching as a PlayStation Store exclusive at a time when the PlayStation Network was nowhere near as popular as it is now. Perhaps the platform holder feels that more people should come face-to-face with the Shibito.

If it is being remastered, we'd definitely recommend giving this one a go – especially if you're a fan of old-school survival horror games. The Siren series was, of course, created by Keiichirō Toyama, who had a hand in the original Silent Hill. His team's now busy beavering away on Gravity Rush 2, which is due out later this year.

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