No Japanese release for Silent Hill: Homecoming

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 10 September 2009 07:40 GMT

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Konami’s suspended the Japanese release of Silent Hill: Homecoming.

That Japanese note just tells fans to “look forward to future titles in the series,” according to Kotaku.

At least you’ll be getting to see Silent Hill 6 before too long. You know; the one involving original Team Silent members in an effort to get back to proper survival horror roots?

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