Silent Hill: Homecoming

No Japanese release for Silent Hill: Homecoming

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 […]

Silent Hill: Homecoming headlines

  • Silent Hill: Homecoming dated for Feb in Europe

    According to this MCV report, Konami will release Silent Hill Homecoming on February 27 in Europe. Better late than never. Wii fighter Castlevania: Judgement will also arrive on February 27. Eledees: Adventures Of Kai and Zero has been given a date of February 20 date. Other Konami titles, such as Rock Revolution and the Wii […]

  • Euro Silent Hill slips into 2009

    According to this CVG story, the European version of Silent Hill: Homecoming isn’t coming out till next year. Konami’s given no reason for the slip, and there’s no new specific date given. The title’s already out in the US. Scarier by the second. More through the link.

  • Curry lambasts 'unacceptable' Australian ratings system

    In the wake of yet another refused classification in Australia, this time for Silent Hill: Homecoming, Interactive Entertainment Association of Australia head Ron Curry has said that the country’s lack of an 18 rating system “makes no sense” and complained that such restrictions would never be applied to other media. “With the average age of […]

  • First Silent Hill: Homecoming reviews sets off alarm bells

    Oh dear. The first Silent Hill: Homecoming review’s in, and the results aren’t pretty. OXM’s given the Konami horror a less than stellar 65 percent. Snip: From its leaden, cheap-shots-aplenty combat to its wild-goose chase through gray, same-y hallways filled with useless, placebo doorways to a story that takes much too long to get off […]

  • Silent Hill: Homecoming refused classification in Australia

    Pathetic. According to this XboxOz360Gamer story, the Australian OFLC has refused to classify Silent Hill: Homecoming, effectively barring the game from sale in the country. Apparently Australian people can’t cope with adult videogame content, which is why Australia has no 18 rating for games. Getting 18-rated games from other PAL countries must be really tough […]

  • New Silent Hill: Homecoming videos posted

    IGN’s put up a bunch of new Silent Hill: Homecoming videos, and it’s not looking halfway bad. The horror still doesn’t have a fixed date, but it’s promised for 360 and PS3 before the end of the year. Take a look.

  • New Silent Hill Homecoming screenshots

    IGN has them. There are 11 new screens of Konami’s horror title for you to look at. Remember, release date is now November. By Mike Bowden

  • Silent Hill: Homecoming slips to November

    Konami announced at the company’s Games Convention press conference today that Silent Hill: Homecoming has slipped to November. The highly anticipated horror title was originally supposed to ship late September on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC but unfortunately we’ll have to wait another few weeks. No reason for the delay was given. Thanks, DarkZero By […]

  • LittleBigPlanet will suck, says GameDaily

    GameDaily has published a top ten of “games that will probably suck,” and LittleBigPlanet leads the charge at number one. “Despite the cute characters, this is nothing more than a glorified version of PowerPoint fuelled by gamers hoping to make their own ‘presentations’,” says the piece. “Talented players will create interesting and perhaps fun designs. […]

  • Silent Hill: Homecoming PC confirmed

    Kotaku had a little look at Silent Hill: Homecoming this week, and can reveal that the game will now release on PC as well as 360 and PS3. Fans of the series will also be buoyed by the fact that Pyramid Head makes a return in this, the fifth iteration of the series. More through […]

  • Konami belatedly announces E3 line-up

    Konami has issued a press release detailing all the games it will show this week. Better late than never. Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (DS) Castlevania: Judgment (Wii) DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 (Wii) DanceDanceRevolution Universe 3 (360) DanceDanceRevolution X (PS2) New International Track & Field (DS) Lost in Blue Shipwrecked (Wii) Rock Revolution (360, PS3, Wii, […]

  • PES 2009 and Silent Hill Homecoming and new Konami games confirmed for Leipzig

    Konami’s confirmed Silent Hill Homecoming, PES 2009 and “a massive area dedicated to the ever-popular Dancing Stage franchise” for Games Convention 2009. The firm will also “use the event to unveil a selection of new, unannounced titles for the first time, with regular showings, Q&A sessions, and product demonstrations within a dedicated stage area.” “Konami […]

  • Silent Hill V dev seeks to allay fan fears over changes

    Speaking to, Silent Hill: Homecoming lead designer Jason Allen has moved to allay fears that the latest in the Konami horror series won’t bear the trademark aspects of previous games. Homecoming is the first Silent Hill title to be developed in the US. “The Silent Hill series is all about narrative, exploration and atmosphere; […]

  • More Silent Hill: Homecoming shots

    On GamesRadar. There’s been quite a lot of these recently, despite the fact the game’s not out until September. This lot’s from the UK Official Xbox mag, apparently.

  • Five new in-game Silent Hill 5 movies posted

    After the break. They’re a mix from both the 360 and PS3 versions. There seems to be a lot of indecision about whether or not this is going to live up to the earlier games in the series, but the fifth Silent Hill outing certainly doesn’t “bad” by any stretch. See for yourself. Thanks, Blerk.

  • 11 new Silent Hill V screens

    Konami just put out 11 new shots of Silent Hill V, a mix from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions. After the break.

  • Silent Hill V officially titled "Homecoming"

    Konami’s titled Silent Hill V “Silent Hill: Homecoming,” according to the press release you can find after the link. The sixth installment in the classic video games series, Silent Hill: Homecoming introduces another protagonist to the mythos. The story follows Alex Shepherd, returning to his hometown of Shepherd’s Glen to investigate the sudden disappearance of […]