Smaller scale zombie carnage is coming to the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network next week as Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone becomes available for download. In the mood for a peek at the festivities? Of course you are!
You know, normally an announcement like this would have us doing back-flips in fits of joy. There's just one hitch ... we remember Konami's original Zombie Apocalypse all too well. Can the sequel get it right? Read on for the first screenshots and details.
Here's an unexpected bit of news that will have you either screaming in delight or screaming in anger. For years now one of the main things fans have always loved about the Silent Hill franchise is its music, including the theme songs that are usually sung in the saddest way possible by a young female pop artist. Well, things just got darker.
With Silent Hill: Revelation getting the lion's share of the love in the news lately, Konami has released several new screens for the next video game installment in the franchise, Silent Hill: Downpour.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., has unveiled new screenshots and key art for its all-new original IP, NeverDead for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, set to launch this fall. The images reveal the explosive action and combat as the game's hero and his female companion, Arcadia, take on the horrific, otherworld demons of the not-too-distant future.
The Silent Hill series is one of the few game franchises that is known as much for its music and sound design as it is for its gameplay. Akira Yamaoka's haunting score is legendary in the gaming world. Fans of the series know the main theme immediately upon hearing the first notes strummed on the mandolin.
With filming now under way in Canada for Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, the video game company that launched the franchise, Konami, has chimed in with its thoughts on the second film. From the Press Release
We're just a few days away from the highly anticipated flick Battle: Los Angeles exploding into theatres, and after you see the movie, you'll be able to take the fight home to your favorite video game console. From the Press Release
To go along with the screenshots they provided a week or so ago, Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., has released a one-and-a-half-minute preview of TV and videogame composer Daniel Licht's eerie score from the highly anticipated survival horror game Silent Hill: Downpour.
Sitting around on Facebook and you're sick to death of playing Farmville, suggesting people like ridiculous things, and starting your own fanpage for absolutely no reason at all? Then why not visit the official page for Silent Hill: Downpour and prepare your grave?
Fans looking forward to the eighth game in the famed Silent Hill franchise, Silent Hill: Downpour, have a good reason to be excited today as we've nailed down some details and screenshots for you guys!
It's hard to believe that we're already up to the eighth chapter in the legendary Silent Hill franchise, but alas, it is upon us and will be in stores later this year. Get ready for Silent Hill: Downpour!
With Castlevania: Lords of Shadow just around the corner now, we thought you might want to take a look at this very extended launch trailer for a solid idea on what to expect from this recent entry (hint: there's drool on my keyboard).
Some films lend themselves to video games very well. Some do not. You won't see Piranha 3D: The Game anytime soon, where you dodged dismembered penises as they fly at your screen. (No matter how much Uncle Creepy would enjoy that.) Saw, however, was an obvious match. Puzzles, mysteries, gore, all the good things in gaming except rocket launchers.
Ready to play another deadly game? The sequel to Konami's surprisingly good Saw: The Video Game (review here) entitled Saw II: Flesh & Blood is well on its way and we've got the details on when you'll be able to get your hands bloody!