Silent Hill: Downpour
Konami has revealed that a brand new patch for Silent Hill Downpour is now available on the PlayStation Network. The patch will improve frame rate, fix bugs and much more! Read on to check out what all the new update has to offer.
Exclusive Interview: Devin Shatsky Talks Silent Hill: Downpour, Shattered Memories and HD Collection
Silent Hill is one of the most beloved gaming franchises ever, and March 2012 will see the release of three different Silent Hill games in one month! It's almost too much for fans to handle, but we're going to go ahead and give you even more goodness!
Every time a new game in the Silent Hill franchise gets released is like a holiday for the DC staff. Over the years we've built a love/hate relationship with the franchise, and now with the latest incarnation in stores, we headed into the ash and came back with a verdict.
Konami's Silent Hill franchise just got even better in 2012. Silent Hill Downpour, Silent Hill HD Collection, and Silent Hill Book of Memories are three great titles set to release back-to-back in March.
Konami has provided a bit more information on yet another great team member working on the highly anticipated Silent Hill: Downpour: award-winning composer Daniel Licht, known for his work on Showtime's "Dexter", who will be adding his eerie touches to the upcoming game.
Konami, bless its evil heart, has been terrorizing gamers for a long time with the Silent Hill video game franchise, and we have the skinny on what you can expect when from the series. In the interim stock up on extra pairs of underwear!
Film and television composer Daniel Licht will receive Composer of the Year at the Third Annual Russian Horror Film Awards on January 28, 2012, in Moscow. Other honorees include director Stuart Gordon (Stuck), director AJ Annila (Sauna), and actress Jodelle Ferland (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse).
One thing is certain: Konami is looking to make 2012 a banner year for the Silent Hill franchise with a gaggle of games on the way, and we've got the scoop on each of them! Dig it!
There were lots of huge horror-themed video games on display at this year's E3 that have been covered here relentlessly: Twisted Metal, Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, Rise of Nightmares, just to name a few.
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.
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.
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?