Konami's classic horror series Silent Hill is now backward-compatible on Xbox One, Microsoft has announced - in the form of the Silent Hill HD Collection, and Silent Hill's largely unloved fifth outing, Homecoming.
UPDATE 17/05/2016 5pm: James Brady's Silent Hill stage is now available to download. Here's a link.
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A sequel to 2006's Silent Hill movie started shooting in Toronto today, producer Davis Films has announced.
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.
Roger Avary may return to write the Silent Hill film sequel after all, according to comments made by renowned novelist Bret Easton Ellis.
Konami has konfirmed that the next instalment in the Silent Hill series will be released on 27th February.
Silent Hill Homecoming is already out in the States for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. It's "fairly decent", according to our review.
Also coming on Feb 27th is Castlevania: Judgement for Wii. It's a fighting game with 3D environments and a spanky online mode. There's more on the gamepage.
Developer Double Helix believes Silent Hill: Homecoming will be "at least as compelling as some of the previous games" in the spooky series, despite being the studio's first attempt at the IP.
Konami has told Eurogamer that Silent Hill: Homecoming has been pushed back to February 2009 in Europe.
Konami has said Silent Hill: Homecoming will be released in Europe this September.
Konami has finally taken the spooky wraps off next-generation chiller Silent Hill V.
The fifth episode of the gruesome Silent Hill series was confirmed today, but is being designed with next generation console hardware in mind.