New trailer for Silent Hill: Shattered Memories

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The release of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is fast approaching, with a release date for the Wii set for December 8th. The PS2 and PSP versions are still set as “following shortly.”

You’ll see a bit more of the gameplay we mentioned in a past post on the game in the video below, where you rely more on evasion than direct confrontation in battles. The latest trailer for the game is…honestly not that great. It’s a bit repetitive, in fact. Here, I’ll sum it up for you: run, flashlight, monsters, repeat. I think it might have done better with a different track off their OST. Still, though, that doesn’t take away from what looks to be an interesting spin on the Silent Hill franchise. I just hope it doesn’t involve run, flashlight, monsters, repeat antics.


New Footage Shows More Content From the Latest Silent Hill Video Game
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today unveiled a new game trailer for the latest iteration of the critically acclaimed video game franchise - Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for Wii™ - available on December 8th, with the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system versions following shortly. A re-imagining of the first game in the famed franchise, Silent Hill's debut on Wii will deliver a brand new user interface, all-new storylines, and a myriad of terrifying new gameplay features.

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories begins just like the original as Harry Mason is searching for his daughter through the snowy streets of the haunted Silent Hill where he will encounter a cast of unique characters. However, this time, players are equipped with only a flashlight and cell phone to get story information, solve puzzles and navigate the darkness while escaping the demons that lurk among them. In addition, a psych-profiling feature has been added to analyze players and adjust itself to their actions, making this the most customizable and terrifying survival horror title to date.
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