Today Hideo Kojima revealed his newest game, Death Stranding, which stars Norman Reedus. You might wonder, how does Norman Reedus feel about all of this after the saga and cancellation of Silent Hills? Welp.
Hideo Kojima has formed his own studio, but we don’t know what he’s working on yet. Guillermo del Toro was supposed to collaborate with Kojima on Silent Hills, but we all know how that turned out. The two are about to be interviewed by journalist Geoff Keighley and it’s being livestreamed.
Don’t worry, Guillermo. You are not alone.
With Silent Hills dead, maybe Allison Road can deliver what P.T. promised; the developers are asking for nearly $400,000 on Kickstarter. They’re hoping to release the game in December 2016, but given the spotty track record of crowdfunding games hitting those dates, don’t be surprised if that slips.
Silent Hills might be dead, but Kojima sure as hell ain’t letting the memory fade away.
Pop quiz! Did you know it’s possible to see Lisa, the disturbing ghost from P.T., in the basement room that you start the game in? I didn’t.
“We are still friends and working into doing something together, but that’s not going to be [Silent Hills].” In an interview with IGN, film director and producer Guillermo del Toro expresses his desire to keep working with Metal Gear designer Hideo Kojima after Konami’s cancellation of their project, Silent Hills.
Forget Konami. We have Allison Road, a new horror game that is heavily inspired by the Silent Hills demo.
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.
The man behind Pan’s Labyrinth and Pacific Rim has had two big-deal video game projects crumble into nothing all around him. He’s kind of doubtful about ever trying to make another one. Can you blame him?
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.
Sorry, folks—the recently-announced (and much-anticipated) horror game Silent Hills is not happening.
Following yesterday’s news that Konami would be pulling Silent Hills teaser P.T. from the PlayStation Store next week, director Guillermo del Toro told the audience at a San Francisco Film Society event that his collaboration with Hideo Kojima is no longer a going concern.
Pour yourself a damn fine cup of coffee and see how director David Lynch directly influenced 17 games, including Zelda: Link's Awakening, Silent Hills, and Life is Strange. Click annotations throughout to skip spoilers.
I'm a sucker for found footage films. Ever since The Blair Witch Project wrecked an entire summer for me, the genre has been my go-to source for quick'n easy jump scares. Now, an editor has taken a playthrough of P.T. and transformed it into a horror flick I'd "happily" watch.
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.
As they always say, the sincerest form of flattery is when someone remakes your stuff in Unreal Engine 4. This time, the remakee is Hideo Kojima's P.T., and the remaker is level artist Jonathan Vallieres, this being his first, 2.5-month UE4 project. Video's below, and you can find lots of WIP shots here.