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(Wii Review) Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
The Entertainment Depot
16 July 2014
Summary: Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is an interesting and often fantastic reimagining of the original Silent Hill . The controls can be a little finicky, but they also allow a greater sense of interactivity with the environment.
Excerpt: It's fair to say that the Silent Hill franchise has suffered a bit of an identity crisis over the past half-decade or so. Silent Hill 4 toyed with a first-person perspective for half of its duration, forcing the player to skulk around in a dingy apartment (at the time one editor - who shall remain...
Excerpt: Following a blackout after a car accident, Harry Mason awakens to find that his young daughter has mysteriously disappeared. With this premise, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the storyline of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is as near to the original 1999 PlayStation game as you could possibly...
Excerpt: he timing of this game could not have been better. Much like the Silent Hill of , the town I live in is going through a bit of a cold snap. None of my friends have yet to turn into ice sculptures and glaciers aren't blocking my path to work, but it is butt-cold and my thermals are in the wash.
Summary: " Silent Hill: Shattered Memories' " narrative does a great many innovative things, giving the idea that the way you behave, not simply your choices, actually matter. Removing combat and managing to make just existing in the world an unsettling experience, it feels like a distinct departure for the...
Summary: Harry Mason wakes up after a car accident to find that his daughter Cheryl is missing. He'll wander the snowy streets of Silent Hill searching for answers of her disappearance, but when the world freezes over, he will need to escape the lumbering demons that haunt his steps.