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Silent Hill 2: Restless Dreams Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: If you were a fan of the original Silent Hill you should find yourself right at home and pleased with this continuation of the series that picks up right where the first one left off. Silent Hill 2: Restless Dreams is more of the same thing you would have liked about the original, just in a more defined and detailed environment. The town has never looked better, sounded more frightening, or just plain scared the crap out of you like it does on the Xbox.
Excerpt: It was two o' clock in the morning - half-eaten pizza rolls on the table, the sound of my friend's cat playing with his string toy on the floor, the lamp that would only light half the room, my leg twitching as I nervously adjusted my seated position over and over, and then the school, dear god the school.
Excerpt: Remember that hotel you and your parents used to stay at when you were a kid? The sunshine, the laughter, the fun… Now imagine you're there. Alone. At night. The rooms are ransacked, the walls are caked in blood, and the sound of ripping flesh is coming from somewhere nearby.
Summary: När Konami utannonserade denna specialversion av Silent Hill 2 till Xbox påstod de att det skulle innehålla fyra till sex timmars extra speltid. Det är en ganska grov överdrift. Det nya minispelet Born From A Wish där du får spela som Maria borde de flesta klara på lite drygt en timme. Förutom detta är det mest små kosmetiska detaljer som skiljer den här versionen från den till PS2. "Varning.