The PC remakes of Hideo Kojima's PT keep on coming - and this one's got VR support.
Fus ro damn, we need to rethink this mod thing.
Ian takes the plunge to see if you can still get it back.
27th April 2015
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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.
UPDATE 17/05/2016 5pm: James Brady's Silent Hill stage is now available to download. Here's a link.
I don't know how we got here. A sense of expectation as thick as fog hangs in the air of this hot, dark room. Not for the first time, I wonder how this is happening. How it is I am here, shoulder to shoulder, with my people, waiting, watching a cyclical stream of digital faces - faces I feel I know better than my own - flickering across the screen.
When Konami cancelled Silent Hills, horror video game fans united in disappointment. That disappointment is revived with the news it would probably have been better than we thought.
Film director and aspiring game maker Guillermo del Toro has decided not to create another video game.
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.
Well, look at that. Another week draws to a close, meaning it's time for another episode of The Eurogamer Show.
P.T. is gone, no more. Its metabolic processes are now history.
UPDATE 27/04/2015: Konami has confirmed Silent Hills has been cancelled.
In a brief statement, Konami said development on the game had ceased.
"Konami is committed to new Silent Hill titles, however the embryonic 'Silent Hills' project developed with Guillermo del Toro and featuring the likeness of Norman Reedus will not be continued," Konami said.
P.T., the "playable teaser" to advertise the upcoming horror game Silent Hills, will be removed from PlayStation Network on Wednesday, 29th April.
Kojima Productions' logo been removed from the official Silent Hills/P.T. website.
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.
At Tokyo Game Show today Konami released a concept video for horror game Silent Hills - and it's pretty disturbing.
In the video, below, we're thrust into a corridor that soon goes very wrong.
There are maggots. Lots of maggots. Imagine playing this game with virtual reality headset Project Morpheus!
Sega is cutting cheques for consumers who felt Aliens: Colonial Marines was wildly different to the marketing videos used to promote it, but while that particular battle is over, the war of words between the publisher and Gearbox Software, which developed the game, certainly isn't. This week brings fresh squabbling to light. The respective parties presumably wish they could just dust off and nuke the whole sorry episode from orbit.
Ever wonder what Kojima Production's first-person horror teaser P.T. would look like if it were narrated by that charming omniscient voice from The Stanley Parable? Well wonder no further as YouTuber it's a mirage has made a video of just that.
Kojima Productions' Silent Hills teaser, P.T. is weird. Properly weird. That's in keeping with series tradition, according to Silent Hill aficionado Dan Whitehead. But there's another peculiar tradition P.T. keeps alive: an obscure reference to aliens.
If you've played P.T. - the teaser for Konami's forthcoming Silent Hills, a project being produced by both Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro - is pretty terrifying, as those of you who have played it will no doubt attest. There's one thing better than being scared, though, and that's watching someone else going through hell.
It's been a fantastic year for Sony and the PlayStation 4, with a whopping 10m consoles sold. But there have been bumps along the road.
The Last Guardian remains missing in action years after it was announced. It's been in development for so long it's becoming a bit of a running joke.
There's also the issue of the delay to Evolution's racing game DriveClub. It was once due out alongside the PS4 in November 2013. Now, it'll launch almost a year later, going up against the likes of Forza Horizon 2, Project Cars and The Crew.
"What's at stake?" someone once asked me when I explained my social anxiety about inadvertently saying the wrong thing to a stranger at a party.
UPDATE 13/08/2014 8.29pm: Hideo Kojima has revealed a few more details about Silent Hills at the Metal Gear Solid Gamescom press conference.