Last we heard, October was going to be a big month for the Silent Hill fan. We'd expected Silent Hill Downpour and the Silent Hill HD Collection in time for Halloween. We'll how does a dark and spooky St. Patrick's Day sound?
I liked what one of the developers of the next, creepy Silent Hill recently had to say about guns. His team's new game will have guns, but not the way most games have guns.
The first set of screenshots released for Konami's Silent Hill: Downpour only featured two shots of a gondola creeping across a chasm. That's nowhere near enough gondola. Thankfully this next set gives us a couple more.
The next Silent Hill won't feature the musical stylings of series mainstay Akira Yamaoka. Dexter composer Daniel Licht is filling the void in Silent Hill: Downpour... and doing a pretty good job of delivering the same musical vibe.
The psychological horror series Silent Hill appears to be on a return to its roots with the next entry, a dark, stormy and flashlight-lit scarefest that's very different from the more cerebral and most recent entry, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.
Konami has put the psychological horror series Silent Hill in the hands of a new developer, Vatra Games. Konami confirms today that the third-person frightfest, Silent Hill 8, will be hitting the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2011.
Konami rebirths another of its 8-bit classics—admittedly, we may be a little fast and loose with that accolade—revealing an update to its 1985 side-scrolling stab-a-thon Rush'n Attack, currently in the works for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.
There's a new Silent Hill game in the works at a new developer and it's coming to the Xbox 360, PlayStation and PC. Beyond that details on the next entry in Konami's psychological horror series are hazy. Wait, foggy.