You can get a whole bunch of puns out of the Japanese readings of 3.9. The favorite for mech fans is likely "za-ku," as in Mobile Suit Gundam's Zeon mech. Among the many celebrating the occasion was Masahiro Ito, monster designer, background director and art director for the first three Silent Hill horror games.
Every other Monday, the Man At Arms team of blacksmiths and craftsman build geek favorite weapons or invent their own. In the latest episode, the team takes on an epic build from everyone's favorite horror game Silent Hill with the Pyramid Head Blade. Get a look after the jump.
The good news: there's a new Silent Hill game on the way. The bad news: it's a pachislot gambling machine. Hit the jump to learn more.
Teased at various figure events earlier this year, the anticipated Fate/stay night[Unlimited Blade Works] Rin Tohsaka (2.0 version) poseable figma is now available for pre-order. The popular mage is joined by Persona 4 Arena's Ultimax Yu Narukami on Good Smile Company's September release schedule. Then, in time for Halloween, Silent Hill's Bubble Head Nurse is due, along with a re-release of the "Red Pyramid Thing."
We previously reported about the impending disappearance of P.T.—Konami's "playable trailer" demo for the recently-canceled Silent Hills—and it was officially removed from the PlayStation Store as of April 29. Hopefully you had a chance to download (or re-download) it before it was removed, because even those who have it in their library as a previous download won't be able to grab it again. Read on for more.
After it was revealed that Hideo Kojima's creepy, impressive P.T. demo would be leaving the PlayStation Store on April 29, word quickly spread that Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's anticipated Silent Hills was kaput. Konami has since confirmed and delisted from the NYSE, so read on for more.
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.