Following up on the playable P.T. game that eventually revealed Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's Silent Hills, Konami has an unsettling concept trailer for the upcoming PlayStation 4 game. Watch the skin-crawling horrors of Silent Hills straight out of Tokyo Game Show 2014 after the jump.
Hideo Kojima wasn't expecting fans to unlock the mystery of the PT playable teaser—which contained the reveal of Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's Silent Hills game—for "at least a week." It ended up taking less than half a day, though, so Kojima has been following it up with some fun comments about the upcoming horror game. You might need a change of pants for this one. Hit the jump for more.
Metal Gear mastermind Hideo Kojima got sneaky once again with the surprise reveal of a new Silent Hill game hidden within an interactive demo for something called PT from "new developer" 7780s Studio. The "Playable Teaser" ended up revealing a new Silent Hill game from Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo del Toro, with The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus starring. More after the jump.
“Robbie”, the mascot of Lakeside Amusement Park in “Silent Hill”, gets the 1/6 scale PCV limited edition figure treatment from Gecco, complete with murder weapons and ghoulish grin. YATTAR JAPAN brings us pics and info after the jump!
Konami hasn't been barking about Silent Hill: Book of Memories too loudly, so it's no surprise that the new release date hit the Internet with such a whimper. The top-down PS Vita horror is now set to make its devilish debut on October 16, and you can prepare for its horrors with the launch trailer after the jump.
Just as important a question as any asked on the covers of Marvel's What If… comics, what would the world be like if Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima got his hands on the Silent Hill franchise? He may not be planning to direct survival horror anytime soon, but he did express interest in using his own FOX Engine to power an entry in the series. Read on for more!
After months of player complaints, Konami has finally released a patch for the heavily criticized Silent Hill HD Collection. The bad news is that owners of the Xbox 360 version of the game are getting the shaft, as Konami has admitted that technical issues and lack of resources forced it to cancel the patch for that version of the game. Hit the jump for all of the gory details.
Toymunkey Studios showed off some unpainted prototypes from their Silent Hill line at San Diego Comic-Con, and now we have a look at one of the debut releases with an especially horrifying coat of color. Peek through the closet at Pyramid Head after the jump!
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, the theatrical film sequel directed by Michael J. Bassett (Solomon Kane), is due out on October 26, and the trailer after the jump proudly displays its Silent Hill 3 inspirations.
This fall, the demented multiverse of the popular horror video game and motion picture franchise, Silent Hill, will come to life in a haunted maze at Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights events.
Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights attraction is adding a video game twist to its scares this year in the form of the Silent Hill franchise. Unfortunately you'll have to use your imagination, as the announcement clip doesn't really show any of the game-to-reality horrors to come. Pyramid Head is a guarantee, though, and for some that should be plenty pants-wetting in and of itself. Read on for more!
Opinions are split on the merit of taking Silent Hill in a top-down, multiplayer direction, but don't let that stop you from checking out the E3 2012 trailer for Silent Hill: Book of Memories.