UPDATE 17/05/2016 5pm: James Brady's Silent Hill stage is now available to download. Here's a link.
Think you're a big Silent Hill fan? Well you might be, but chances are you've got nothing on Whitney Chavis, whose Silent Hill collection is so big that it's actually set a Guinness World Record.
A second Silent Hill movie is officially on the way, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Screenwriter Roger Avary and producer Samuel Hadida, who worked on the first film, have already signed up for the project.
Movie company Davis Films will start shooting next year, once they've finished Resident Evil 4.
Konami has confirmed to Eurogamer that it is reissuing old PS2 games to shops, as a keen-eyed EG reader suspected.
"They are proper reissues," a spokesperson told us. "Konami has put them out at budget price because of demand. They are re-manufactured. They are ours."
Those PS2 games are Suikoden Tactics, Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner, Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. And they will soon be joined by Silent Hill 2, 3 and 4.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced that the Silent Hill movie will be out on DVD, UMD and Blu-Ray this summer.
Roger Avary, author of the screenplay for the forthcoming Silent Hill movie, has promised that it'll be firmly based around the actual games.
Konami has confirmed to Eurogamer that a new compilation titled The Silent Hill Collection is coming to Europe as well as the US.
Movie director Christophe Gans, the man behind the forthcoming big screen adaptation of Silent Hill, has joined in the debate over whether games are art - and he's got a rather strong message for Roger Ebert.
Sony Pictures has released a new teaser trailer for the big screen adaptation of survival horror classic Silent Hill.
With six months to go until the movie hits US cinemas, some new stills from the Silent Hill film have been released.
Roger Avary - co-writer of Pulp Fiction, director of Killing Zoe and author of the screenplay for the Silent Hill movie - has revealed a few more details of what we can expect from the film, including news that it'll be "oestrogen-filled."
Xbox (also available on PS2, PC)
Is there a more freaked out series in gaming than Silent Hill? It's the game where you've lost before you've even begun, sending you on mostly hopeless quests to find the muddled truth of your deranged state of mind. Nothing is ever the way it seems, but as confusing as that might be, most of the compulsion to carry on is trying to work out what on earth it all means. With the fourth in the series having already been released in Japan (complete with English language version included as standard), we were in the unusual position of having completed the game before we got to chat with chief designer Masashi Tsuboyama and producer Akira Yamaoka. But given that The Room hasn't been as well received in Europe as the previous three titles in the series, we were curious to get to the bottom of the dramatic change of direction.
PS2 (also due on Xbox, PC)