Tag Archives: JU-ON: The Grudge
Tue, Aug 18, 2009 | 22:58 BST
A new trailer for Ju-On: The Grudge has surfaced on the net.
It’s the Euro trailer, and it’s after the break.
Game’s out in October for Wii on both sides of the pond.
Sat, Jul 11, 2009 | 17:27 BST
Ju-On: The Grudge has a bit of humor included in the horror game by way of two meters that track your bravery and level of fright.
UGO got hands-on time with the Wii title and after failing a mission, this brief message popped up below the meters:
“A total wuss. That’s what you are. Zero courage. Why don’t you lock yourself in your bedroom and write poetry or something.”
According to an Xseed representative, players must input their gender and astrological sign into the game for customized ribbing should you fail a mission.
Like we aren’t called names enough in our daily lives.
Game’s out in October on both sides of the pond.
Mon, Jun 08, 2009 | 08:56 BST
AQ Interactive’s Wii horror title, Ju-On: The Grudge will make you jump a little. That’s according to Joystiq that sat down with the title at last week’s E3.
Also, for those unfamiliar with the game, there’s a trailer to hide under the covers to and a few screenshots to turn the stomach.
All through the link.
Fri, May 29, 2009 | 21:32 BST
XSeed has announced its E3 line-up and it includes two new games in development for PSP called Lunar: Silver Star Harmony and Half-Minute Hero.
Here’s the full thing:
- Lunar: Silver Star Harmony – Fall (PSP)
- Half-Minute Hero – Fall (PSP)
- FRAGILE: Farewell Ruins of the Moon – Winter (Wii)
- Arc Rise Fantasia – Winter (Wii)
- Flower, Sun, and Rain – June 16 (DS)
- JU-ON: The Grudge – October (Wii)
- Little King’s Story – July (Wii)
- Ragnarok Online – Winter (DS)
- Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga – Summer (Wii)
Details for each game are presented in the press release below the jump.
Wed, May 27, 2009 | 15:42 BST
Fri, May 22, 2009 | 23:40 BST
XSEED Games officially announced JU-ON: The Grudge today, and it’s scheduled for release in the US sometime in October.
Previously known to us as Feel, the Wii game is being toted as a “haunted house simulator” where instant scares are given priority over all other game aspects.
Using the Wii Remote as a flashlight, players explore haunted areas like an abandoned warehouse, a hospital, and a mannequin factory – proceeding forward even after being frightened and running away.
A second player can even take hold of another Wii Remote and push buttons to make in-game events happen immediately to the original player.
Choose that second player wisely then, we suggest.
Press release is posted below.