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Post by Eorl @ 09:30am 19/09/14 | 4 Comments
During the annual Tokyo Games Show Konami unveiled a new concept trailer for horror game Silent Hills - and it's plain disturbing to say the least.

Maggots is the keyword for this trailer. Lots of them. I won't spoil much else but you should definitely check out the video below for an idea on just what to expect from Silent Hills.

Silent Hills is being developed at Kojima Productions, with Metal Gear maestro Hideo Kojima and Hollywood director Guillermo del Toro both attached to the project. The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus plays the lead character.




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Khel
Posted 10:38am 19/9/14
Don't think I'm going to want to play this game really, it seems to be missing the point of Silent Hill. Silent Hill isn't about jump scares, and its at its best when the 'horror' is heard and not seen, or just glimpsed in the shadows. The best Silent Hill games (2 and 3 imo) were a lot more about the tension and half-seen glimpses of weird s*** and noises from something in the dark, and that static hiss coming from your radio telling you theres something nearby and you're spinning around in all directions freaking out cos you can't see anything but the sound is getting louder and louder and louder.

Even the monsters weren't really horrific because of blood and gore and maggots and whatever else, they were horrific because they were these messed up faceless perversely twisted versions of things from the real world. This game just looks like all the other Silent Hill games since Silent Hill 3, it just utterly misses the point.
Squall
Posted 04:44pm 02/12/14
I just finished playing PT with some friends. I think I would've puked, passed out, puked and cried if I played it by myself with earphones on.
Whoop
Posted 11:18pm 02/12/14
Don't think I'm going to want to play this game really, it seems to be missing the point of Silent Hill. Silent Hill isn't about jump scares, and its at its best when the 'horror' is heard and not seen, or just glimpsed in the shadows.
I've had more goosebump inducing moments from those freaky noises you hear, than all the jump scares. Playing The last of us, you'd hear the infected scurrying about before you saw them, and with the splicers in Bioshock.

Jump scares scare you for a second, then they're gone. Freaky noises have you on the edge of your seat until you find out WHO or WHAT made that noise, and you've smashed it into iddy bitty pieces.

I just finished playing PT with some friends. I think I would've puked, passed out, puked and cried if I played it by myself with earphones on.

I only play games with headphones on. Good positional audio has actually had me drop the controls (well, take my hand off the mouse) and spin around in my chair looking for the source of the voices. Turns out it's in game audio (I had the door open, I thought shady people were robbing me)
greazy
Posted 11:40am 03/12/14
What headphones do you use whoop?
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