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|caption          = PAL box art
 
|caption          = PAL box art
 
|developer        = From Software
 
|developer        = From Software
|genre            = Horror
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|publisher        = [[From Software]] (JP), [[Agetec]] (US), [[Nobilis]] (EU)
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|genre            = Action, Adventure
 
|wikipedia        = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuon Link]
 
|wikipedia        = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuon Link]
 
|gameinfo          = An experience like no other - this timeless, Japanese horror story creeps into your soul. The tune of Japanese Taiko Drums and the Dark Hymns of children are heard throughout the night. Residents wander like ghosts, and hungry demons creep in the darkness. The Heian-kyo Period of Ancient Japan where mysticism and magic will require you to reach deep within your soul to uncover the mysteries of the undead. A dark 3D adventure that comes to life in stunning detail with atmospheric lighting,...<br />
 
|gameinfo          = An experience like no other - this timeless, Japanese horror story creeps into your soul. The tune of Japanese Taiko Drums and the Dark Hymns of children are heard throughout the night. Residents wander like ghosts, and hungry demons creep in the darkness. The Heian-kyo Period of Ancient Japan where mysticism and magic will require you to reach deep within your soul to uncover the mysteries of the undead. A dark 3D adventure that comes to life in stunning detail with atmospheric lighting,...<br />
 
Kuon is based on an ancient type of Japanese horror story called Kwaidan. The setting is a dark and gruesome mansion in the Japanese town of Kyoto where mutated creatures and other horrors lurk. The game is set during the Heian Period (794 to 1185) of ancient Japan.<br>In Kuon's Yin Phase (Chapter of Shadow), Utsuki and Kureha arrive at the Fujiwara mansion to find their father. At the same time, during the game's Yang Phase (Chapter of Light), Doman's disciples, including Sakuya and her older brother, enter the manor to investigate the strange incidents occurring there. Utsuki and Sakuya become separated from their respective groups, and occasionally meet one another. (from Wikipedia)
 
Kuon is based on an ancient type of Japanese horror story called Kwaidan. The setting is a dark and gruesome mansion in the Japanese town of Kyoto where mutated creatures and other horrors lurk. The game is set during the Heian Period (794 to 1185) of ancient Japan.<br>In Kuon's Yin Phase (Chapter of Shadow), Utsuki and Kureha arrive at the Fujiwara mansion to find their father. At the same time, during the game's Yang Phase (Chapter of Light), Doman's disciples, including Sakuya and her older brother, enter the manor to investigate the strange incidents occurring there. Utsuki and Sakuya become separated from their respective groups, and occasionally meet one another. (from Wikipedia)
|reviewlinks      = [http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-2/kuon Metacritic]
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|reviewscore      = Metacritic: 57
   
|gamefaqslink      = [http://www.gamefaqs.com/ps2/918963-kuon Link]
 
|gamefaqslink      = [http://www.gamefaqs.com/ps2/918963-kuon Link]
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|reviewlinks      = {{ReviewLink|[http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-2/kuon Metacritic]|57/100}}
 
|eu_rating        = 16+
 
|eu_rating        = 16+
 
|na_rating_text    = Blood and Gore, Intense Violence
 
|na_rating_text    = Blood and Gore, Intense Violence
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