GC 2008: Silent Hill: Homecoming Getting Simultaneous PC Release, New Media Available


Update: Konami's US branch has announced that the PC version of Silent Hill: Homecoming will arrive via Steam in September, suggesting the delayed November release for all three versions is just for Europe.

Original Story: Konami announced today that Silent Hill: Homecoming has suffered a delay, as the Double Helix developed survival horror game has been moved from September to November.

The company also confirmed that the PC-DVD release of the game will ship simultaneously with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. According to Konami, the PC version will be identical to its console brethren.

New screenshots were also made available, as seperate PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 galleries. Below you can find a trailer.

From The Chatty
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    August 20, 2008 7:35 AM

    What's up with the kid talking about "the key" and stuff? And why does it feel the trailer feel like a bad horror film?

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      August 20, 2008 10:21 AM

      Horror survival games are all about bad horror. Thank goodness Silent hill focuses on messing with your brain then jumping things out at you so much.

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        August 20, 2008 11:26 PM

        Good horror survival games aren't about bad horror.

        I agree with bigexplosions, this doesn't feel like Silent Hill so much as a low-rent Hollywood imitation.

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