Playstation Romania press release hints at a new Siren game for PS4

#1
The press release: http://ro.playstation.com/news-and-features/ps4announsero/index.html

Via ReNeGaDe124:

Sorry to bump an old thread, but I cannot make a new one because I'm a junior.

Sony Romania made a press release today regarding the launch of the PS4 in my country. Among those details they mention that a new Siren game is in development: http://ro.playstation.com/news-and-features/ps4announsero/index.html

Here is the translated text that mentions it:

Sony Computer Entertainment studios from all around the world are developing over 30 titles and among them are games like InFamous™: Second Son, The Order: 1886, Siren, Hell Divers, Shadow of the Beast and Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture.
 
#10
Please Sony do it!

Siren was one of the greatest horror games last gen, in fact the only ones that were better were PC /Mac indie horrors like Amneshia.

A PS4 Siren would probably be pure nightmare fuel though and I don't know quite how intact my sanity would remain after playing through it.
 
#24
Sony should have thrown a few bucks at Konami to get Silent Hill for one entry and give it entirely to Team Siren.

"Play 1-3, then make your own imagining of the series".
 
#26
Could work... survival horror for next gen is pretty much an open goal right now. No competition anywhere... unless you want to call Evil Within survival horror I guess (I wouldn't).

Hope this is true.
 
#29
Sony should have thrown a few bucks at Konami to get Silent Hill for one entry and give it entirely to Team Siren.

"Play 1-3, then make your own imagining of the series".
I know it'd never happen, but this.

Anyway, I'm not sure if a PS4 Siren game would be my cup of tea. Blood Curse has been on my backlog for a long time, but I don't really feel compelled to play it.
 
#31
Sony should have thrown a few bucks at Konami to get Silent Hill for one entry and give it entirely to Team Siren.

"Play 1-3, then make your own imagining of the series".
The creator of Silent Hill currently leads the Siren team (Toyama). So he'd have a pretty good idea of what to do with the series, but I don't think that'd ever happen. Sony doesn't seem to want to put their developers on series that they don't own. Which is very smart after what happened with Crash and Spyro.