Silent Hill 3 heads to PC

Creepy.

Konami is doing the decent thing and porting survival horror classic Silent Hill 3 to the PC, with an October release date expected for European and US punters.

PC owners have been starved of decent adventure games of late, and will welcome the swift port, which is set to be lavished with a few enhancements, namely higher res graphics, and the ability to save anywhere.

But if you can’t wait until October, then the game is due to debut on the PS2 on May 23rd, and the disturbing adventure has been picking up blanket praise from all quarters. We’ve already spent a few terrifying hours in its company and look forward bringing you a full review in the week leading up to its release.

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