Rumour: Climax working on Silent Hill remake for Wii

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 26 February 2009 10:22 GMT


VG247 understands that UK developer Climax is working on a Wii remake of an the first Silent Hill.

Konami has declined to comment on the talk.

Few specifics are known as yet, but apparently motion control’s been included for torch functions.

The first Silent Hill, designed by Keiichiro Toyama, was released for PlayStation in 1999.

Climax is working on two Konami games, as shown on the firm’s website. The remake is the Wii and PSP project you can see there.

A 360 and PS3 game is also in the works for Konami, but this is an “original ground breaking next-gen game,” according to a Climax job posting.

Climax was unavailable for comment at the time of writing. You didn’t see us here, right?

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.




  • BloodForge developer diary outlines the creation of Crom

    Climax has put out a new developer diary for BloodForge in which the team discusses how it went about creating Crom, the warrior out for revenge in the game. The team also talks about the game’s overall design influences as well as the audio and visual elements. Game’s out on XBLA April 25, and you […]

  • Climax voices interest in developing another Silent Hill

    Climax, developer of the out-in-America, en-route-to-UK survival-horror remake Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, isn’t done popping out and shouting “Boo!” at gamers just yet. Speaking with ONM, the developer said that it’s more than willing to take another crack at the spectacularly spooky series.


Silent Hill