Your typical Let’s Play has commentary and gameplay. This is not your typical Let’s Play.
It's not enough to have multiple endings in a video game to make it feel like a satisfying conclusion to the hours you'd just spent making your way there. There's a real art to constructing an ending, and throwing three options you can click your way to with one button doesn't suffice.
Next February, figure maker Gecco is releasing this 25cm Silent Hill 2 Bubble Head Nurse figure. It's priced at ¥9,800 (US$123—though, you can find it cheaper).
*shudder* Now this is frightening. You are looking at a Silent Head 2 Pyramid Head statue. You are looking at the stuff of nightmares.
We reported late last year that Silent Hill 2 was getting an HD makeover. As a fan of that game, I see myself as a bit of a purist and snob. Honestly, I think it comes with the territory. So I kinda scoffed at the idea of someone re-dubbing the entire game for it's re-release in the Silent Hill HD Collection.…
At its pre-E3 event today, Konami revealed that Silent Hill 2 and 3 also would be getting the HD collection treatment, and a new entry in the series is being built for Sony's NGP handheld.
Iconic whatever-the-hell-he-is Pyramid Head from Konami's horrific Silent Hill series is being immortalized in solid resin—along with a friend—for your video game statuette collection needs. But high quality Pyramid Heads don't come cheap.
Roger Avary of Pulp Fiction and Killing Zoe fame wrote the first Silent Hill movie. He was slated to write the second one. Then, the unthinkable happened.
The sequel to 2006's Silent Hill will begin shooting in Toronto this coming spring, the film's producer says.
As pre-production on a sequel to 2006's Silent Hill movie plods along, a few new details are being offered up as to the direction the film is going to take, courtesy of producer Don Carmody.
Roger Avary, who received an Oscar for Pulp Fiction and who wrote the Silent Hill movie, is headed to jail for gross vehicular manslaughter. He was sentenced to a year in prison and five years probation.