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Konami’s Silent Hill franchise first debuted on the Playstation in 1999, and established the series’ brand of psychological horror. It went on to sell over a million units and is considered one of the scariest games of all time. The follow-up sequel was equally well received and praised for its use of new 3D sound technology that added a new dimension to the gameplay. Silent Hill 3 arrived in 2003, then came the utterly unique premise of Silent Hill: The Room. A prequel, Silent Hill Origins, hit the PSP in 2007, closely followed by the global release of Silent Hill Homecoming in 2008, Shattered Memories in 2009, and Downpour in 2012. The Silent Hill franchise has also expanded into other entertainment genres including two major motion pictures and comic series.
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One of the first Silent Hill fansites ever on the web, this is Silent Hill Heaven. With over 200 pages of in-depth coverage across the entire series – including comprehensive coverage of all the associated media, including the graphic novels, soundtracks and DVDs and thousands of screencaps – this is the only Silent Hill resource you’ll ever need!
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Latest Silent Hill News
Listed below is the very latest Silent Hill news, featuring articles, reviews and snippets from all over the world, courtesy of Google News! Just click on the article heading to see the news in full at its source site.
- [Review] NECA's Contra Figures Need No Konami CodeIt's a sad state of affairs to see once-great franchises like Silent Hill, Contra, Castlevania and Metal Gear heading to Pachinko machines in Japan.... Read more »
- Oasis Games' PSVR Lineup Demonstrates the Texture of VR, if Not Its BreadthWeeping Doll plays about like you'd expect, say, Silent Hill VR to work. You find yourself in a grotesque, Saw-like environment full of rusted medical ...... Read more »
- Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children ReviewIn addition, the hollows are frightening and look like something out of Silent Hill. The Ymbryne looks similar to the birds they turn into and the Wights ...... Read more »