Summary: Silent Hill 2 is probably one of the bets survival horror games ever made. You play as James Sunderland, whose wife Mary has just died 3 years ago or so it seems. James receives a letter from his dead wife asking him to meet her in the sleepy resort town of Silent Hill.
Summary: For one of the first ps2 games that came out, this game has great graphics, and a very chilling story line. A game were a guy is looking for his dead wife? I had to get it. Great game, a must have.
Summary: Let's get this straight: This is psychological horror. Not blood-n-guts horror. This game serves up horror in the not knowing what's around the corner, what's on the other side of the door, what's making that noise, and what the hell was that? style.
Summary: Good game, but not as good as silent hill 4 but as for silent hill fanantics (like myself) it is a excellnt game to add to your collection, especially to answer some questions about the whole silent hill franchise.
Summary: Granted I haven't finished it yet, but from what I've seen so far, die hard Silent Hill fans will be impressed with the newest installment of the critically acclaimed series. Travis Grady, an honest truck driver, finds himself drawn into Silent Hill (which tends to have a bad habit of collecting...
Summary: with the lead up to Silent Hill 5 this game is a must play to follow the story of Silent Hill. The game itself is ok, the camera angle messes with you a lot but the game is scary and the story is good.
Summary: Now my pros and cons may seem like I should have rated this game less than I did. The way I see it, though, is that I should not rate a game like this based on fun. This game is more of an experience. It's very atmosperic and creepy and it keep you interested in seeing what happens next.