Here's something to make you feel like life goes by far too fast - It's almost 2 years to the day since P.T. got removed from the Playstation Network for good. That meant, even if you'd downloaded it previously, there was no way for you to get it back if you decided to delete it.
Dedicated dataminers have discovered unused content from Kojima Productions' lovely promotional horror game P.T.
Ah, P.T. Hideo Kojima's wonderful "playable teaser" was designed to spark a new Silent Hill game starring The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus into life. But despite being a wonderful game in its own right, Konami pulled it from the PlayStation Store after superstar designer Kojima split with the company and Silent Hills was canned.
Film director and aspiring game maker Guillermo del Toro has decided not to create another video game.
Video game developer Farhan Qureshi has recreated much of Kojima Productions' now defunct horror game P.T., the playable teaser for the since cancelled Silent Hills game.
Still mourning over the loss of Silent Hills in between checking whether the PT demo is still playable on your console or not? Good news - even if PT's scares have been relegated to the history books, there's still a way to experience that infamous 'L' shaped corridor without forking out a couple of grand for a pre-installed PS4 on Ebay. Ian's hunted down a fan-made homage in Minecraft, and it's surprisingly eerie. It also contains squids, so there's that. Enjoy!
As Konami continues its attempt to erase Hideo Kojima from history, one developer has stepped into the breach.
P.T., Kojima Productions' playable teaser for its now defunct Silent Hills project, is no longer available to re-download in the US, even if you had it in your library.
P.T. is gone, no more. Its metabolic processes are now history.
Spoiler warning: This article contains lots and lots of spoilers for P.T. and the movie The Cabin in the Woods. They're both brilliant and we don't want to ruin them for you, so check them out before you read on.
P.T., the "playable teaser" to advertise the upcoming horror game Silent Hills, will be removed from PlayStation Network on Wednesday, 29th April.