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Silent Hill: Downpour

Silent Hill is a series that died with a slow gurgle in the back of its throat, wheezing through several iterations of life-support before the monitors blips ceased to do so. 1,230 more words

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Don't Think Just Rush'n!

Since the start of September I’ve been playing the first of only two games ever developed by Vatra Games out of the Czech Republic. It was Rush’n Attack: Ex-Patriot. 279 more words


Silent Hill Downpour (2012) Review

The Silent Hill series was once the pinnacle of survival horror in the gaming world. It had a ridiculously creepy setting, dark and complex characters and some of the best stories known to the genre. 1,380 more words

Playstation 3

Review: Silent Hill: Downpour

As mentioned before, I’m an avid fan of the Silent Hill franchise. Although I’ve felt that the franchise has been on a bit of a downward spiral since the release of… 2,169 more words


Silent Hill Downpour

An unexpected return home, the one offered by unknown developer Vatra Games. Forget the disastrous Homecoming. Albeit not perfect, especially in terms of graphics and controls, Downpour succeeds in offering the  72 more words


Silent Hill: Downpour Review

Konami’s Silent Hill has been around for a long time, scarring the masses with its unique brand of psychological horror since 1999, a horror that dealt not with Hollywood-esque monsters such as vampires and zombies, but with the darkness within a person’s heart and soul and the burdens he or she must carry. 1,293 more words

Xbox 360

Silent Hill Downpour Spotlight: Interview with Daniel Licht

Over at Konami’s Youtube channel we have an interview with Silent Hill: Downpour Composer Daniel Licht. In the video, Licht talks about his humble beginnings, his work on TV and movies, and how Downpour is his first video game soundtrack. 47 more words