Excerpt: Silent Hill: Origins was set to be a major Resident Evil 4 style reworking of the popular series, and would have more than likely eradicated the recurring problems that the series, for some reason, hasn’t been able to shake off or simply is too stubborn to do so.
Excerpt: I’m a big fan of survival horror games. Ever since Resident Evil I found myself looking forward to any game that promised a good scare. One of the first games that would probably come to your mind when you think of survival horror games is Silent Hill.
Excerpt: One of the most disquieting things about the Silent Hill series at the moment is that they aren't being made in-house anymore. Silent Hill 5 is in the questionably capable hands of the Collective, and Silent Hill Origins was produced by Climax, the studio that gave the world many licensed titles and...
Excerpt: The graphics is Silent Hill Origins are on par with the PS2 iterations that we've seen in the past - spooky, eerie, and appropriately terrifying. The world of Silent Hill , at least the outdoor world, is filled with a sweeping fog that shrouds horrifying creatures of all kinds.
Summary: Silent Hill Origins reveals many of the series' most hallowed secrets. Assuming the role of a lone truck driver trapped in Silent Hill while making a routine delivery, players must escape the city's horrific inhabitants and confront the strange hallucinations that have haunted him since childhood.
Excerpt: Travis Grady is a lonely trucker living quietly with clawing demons sealed away. One night he almost hits someone, gets out of his truck, sees a little girl. When she disappears and he heads off on foot towards the town of Silent Hill, we can almost hear those demons tearing at the seal.
Excerpt: Game: Silent Hill: Origins Genre: Survival Horror Platform: PSP So before getting into this review, there are two things you should know. First things first, I’m a little rusty on my Silent Hill mythology.