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Silent Hill Returns as a Cheesy Slot Machine

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In what will be considered one of the most upsetting reveals of 2015, Silent Hill is back, not as the survival horror game you wanted but rather as a cheesy slot machine that few will likely play. That’s right, instead of the next-gen Silent Hill game you’ve been praying for, you get a slot machine with icons based on the Silent Hill franchise! Unsurprisingly, Silent Hill fans are not amused, showing their disdain by disliking the Slot Machine’s reveal trailer by the thousands on YouTube and leaving nasty comments. They are upset that the once-respected franchise has been reduced to...

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Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Supports Silent Hills Petition

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Norman Reedus, best known for his role as Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead, has supported a petition to bring back Silent Hills. The American model, writer, director and actor tweeted his support, linking to a website that's all about stopping Konami’s ‘unfairness’ to gamers and calls upon them to act: “It’s time to show Konami that we don’t believe in their vision of our gaming future. We don’t believe that low budget games make for good entertainment. We don’t believe in mobile as the future of gaming. We don’t believe in gaming paywalls, or manipulation of gaming content in...

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Konami Shifts Focus From Console Gaming To Mobile Gaming

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Like several other great publishers, Konami has decided to shift its focus from console gaming to mobile gaming (e.g. smartphones), and there is a good chance that some of its big-name franchises (i.e. Metal Gear Solid, Dance Dance Revolution and Silent Hill) will come along for the ride. In an interview with Japan’s Nikkei, company president Hideki Hayakawa stated: “We will pursue mobile games aggressively. Our main platform will be mobiles.” The executive hinted that key franchises like Metal Gear Solid and Winning Eleven may go mobile and was enthusiastic about the idea of charging a premium for actual game...

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