If you haven’t seen Jacob’s Ladder, now is the perfect time to change that.
No household item stands a chance against the Great Knife, even if it takes a while to swing, or angrily poke with.
Your typical Let’s Play has commentary and gameplay. This is not your typical Let’s Play.
Konami, the company behind Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid and Silent Hill, does not appear to be a fun place to work. That’s according to reports in the Japanese press and new information shared with Kotaku by people close to the company. They describe a game development environment where Big Brother is always watching…
Sam Barlow has enjoyed an interesting career reviving video game trends and franchises, where Serious Sam, the psychological thriller, and Silent Hill are among his personal handiwork. To that point, unorthodox clings to his resume: His first major game was a single-turn text adventure in 1999, and here in the year…
There’s a new Silent Hill! It was just announced! Yay! But wait. Don’t get your hopes up, because they will be crushed.
After weeks of silence over rumors about Hideo Kojima’s employment and the deletion of P.T. from the Internet, Konami’s spoken up. But if you were hoping for answers, keep hoping.
You cannot download P.T. anymore, and you can’t sell a PlayStation 4 pre-loaded with the horror game, either.
The Internet’s angry at something new every day. With P.T., there’s a good god damn reason.
Konami might have cancelled Silent Hills, but contrary to an image floating around, they’re not going to disable your already downloaded version of P.T. I checked my copy of the game, and there’s no apocalyptic countdown timer.
The Silent Hills game that Hideo Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro were working on won’t be happening. And, come tomorrow, Konami’s pulling PT—the super-scary demo used to hype the game—from the Playstation Store. So, if you want to experience the only playable slice of Silent Hills ever released, you better grab it soon.
We’ve seen plenty of games filled to the brim with pixels, but what about crappy polygons? Back In 1995 promises to be “just like PlayStation or Sega Saturn in 1995.”
In case you forgot, Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima and horror movie maestro Guillermo del Toro are making a new Silent Hill together. If you're not excited/weeping in terror at the prospect, you might actually be one Silent Hill's soulless denizens. Sadly, it's still a long way off. Thank goodness for fan games.
Seriously, this is so spot-on.
I want to say that I can't believe people are still trying to break down P.T. But you know what? I'm not surprised. That's just how good the teaser is; it's making people obsessive about every detail.
Believe me, you really won't see it coming—for better or worse.
People beat the cryptic P.T. PlayStation 4 horror demo. They discovered that it was a teaser for Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's Silent Hills. End of story, right? Not even close.
Released as under the abbreviated name "P.T.", the playable trailer for Silent Hills features a lot of wandering down the same two hallways. This webcomic by Bryce Corbett captures the frustration of trying to figure out the game's puzzles: