If you are fans of the survival-horror genre and are still wondering what the mysterious timer over at PlayStation Japan is all about, then we have some good news for you. The magazine Famitsu has confirmed that it’s actually about PS2‘s Siren being reworked for the PS3. Know more after the jump!
Remember our article about the creepy, mysterious timer just yesterday? Well, all speculation can probably end today as the Japanese publication Famitsu has confirmed that the timer is actually for the PlayStation 3 version of Siren.
Yep, you read right. We’re talking about Siren, the stealth-based survival video game released on the PlayStation 2 back in 2003. According to Famitsu, the new game is actually a re-worked version of the PS2 game.
The Japanese magazine added that the game will now be known as Siren New Translation and will be released on July 24. A demo, Famitsu mentioned, will be released this coming April 24.
This is actually good news for fans of the genre especially for those who have tried the first iteration on the PlayStation 2. However, there is still no word if Sony Computer Entertainment is planning on an international release. In the meantime, keep checking back here at QJ.NET for more updates on this game.