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Silent Hill: Book of Memories Screens Have Forgotten Something

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This is not the Silent Hill you know.

Headed for the PS Vita in early 2012, Silent Hill: Book of Memories is a multiplayer title with an overhead isometric view. Not exactly the lonely foggy world most of us remember. While the game exists out of canon, these new screens feature heavily-armed characters, at least for Silent Hill standards. Watch out, Pyramid Head, we brought friends this time.

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DISCUSSION

Nurses where and when they don't belong? Check.

Heavily armed protagonists? Check.

Camera angle that completely obliterates any sense of the unknown, any sense of dread, and ANYTHING Silent Hill? Check.

Complete and utter focus on combat to an extent that makes Homecoming look like a friendly tea party? Check.

Alright boys, we've westernized this enough, now it'll sell millions!

But really, Silent Hill is NOT Loaded. We don't need it to be. You wanna revive the Loaded series, be my guest— it was a cool idea. But not with Silent Hill.