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Silent Hill Downpour (Xbox 360)

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
74 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B0058H1WH0
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.5 x 19.1 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 30 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,235 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Staying true to the franchise's original roots, the game returns with another third person horror experience, and an all new thought provoking storyline. Players will once again find themselves face to face with their deepest sins and fears in the strange world of Silent Hill.

The survival horror experience begins after a prison transport vehicle careens off the road, leaving lone inmate Murphy Pendleton stranded in Silent Hill. Gamers will encounter mind-bending puzzles, as well as horrific creatures and otherworld terrors using everyday objects from wooden chairs to glass bottles to fend off their enemies. The natural response, fight or flight is left to the player as they unravel a… more » dark, thought-provoking storyline which will appeal to fans of the early, classic Silent Hill series, as well as anyone who enjoys a deep, psychological horror experience.

In addition to the main storyline, players will also be presented with variable side quests along the way that can change depending on their play style, revealing unknown evils within the town

 

  • All new and updated Silent Hill experience that visually stands on its own with the current competition. Utilizing Unreal 3 technology, the game brings the town of Silent Hill, its characters, the creatures and the alternate hell world into vivid and spectacular display
  • Free-roaming and deep exploration that will take players into all-new 'Side Quests' unlocking areas within the game, special items and bonus content
  • An ever-changing game world including day and night 'Normal' world and 'Otherworld' world, all manifested and sourced from character actions throughout the game
  • First-time ever 3D technology will bring Silent Hill a step closer to the player with three-dimensional immersion

Manufacturer's Description

Silent Hill: Downpour marks the series’ return to PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360, and brings a completely original storyline which follows Murphy Pendleton, a convict stranded in the foggy, malevolent world of Silent Hill. Pendleton begins the game lost and alone in the woods on the outskirts of the fabled town, when his prison transport bus crashes...

What happens after this is up to the player, as Silent Hill: Downpour reveals a new, expansive environment that is similarly claustrophobic and where the player is never truly alone.


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4.2 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JDouglas on 12 Dec. 2014
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The eighth installment to the never dying series isn't as terrible as made out to be. When you get past the concepts of an idiot finding themselves lost in one of the world's least child-friendly places, a dark past which Silent Hill's unique therapy sessions unearth, and a wannabe boss monster, the game is a good attempt at being Silent Hill: Downpour.
The only problem is that if Silent Hill was never mentioned or referred to whatsoever, the game itself might as well just be a developers attempt at survival horror. It could be called a different game entirely if people would stop stapling the name to any available signpost or road sign. Even the main town map.
But I digress. The story, which is what Silent Hill is best at, especially in Silent Hill 2, is below par for the series which is a shame. The familiarity of the back story is my main gripe. I'd like to say to the developer's "Enough with the tragic back stories already" but then you would be left with simply an empty town whose weather forecast is never anything less than foggy. In this case there is a chance of a downpour (if you see what I did there). I give it 3/5 stars.
The game-play is an improvement in terms of combat in that you can run away without beginning a monster conga when down on bullets or degradable weapons. The flashlight can serve as a reminder of how injured the protagonist is (blood streaks appear on the light shone on walls, floors), and eventually used for a UV light. Besides this it's still just lights up the place, but I liked these new features. The way you could clip or un-clip the flashlight to your belt in the game seemed the most forgettable aspect. I give this 3.5/5 stars.
The monster designs are still good, although not as original as they could be.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By ABeeps on 2 April 2012
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Downpour is sort of a return to form for the Silent Hill Series and a very welcome one.
It takes and modernizes the formula of the first two Silent Hill titles in which the whole town is yours to explore.

The main story is fantastic, it's an original story that does not involve any of that memory loss nonsense that had become an overused cliche in the Newer Silent Hill titles. You play as Murphy Pendleton. A prisoner who is being transferred to another prison. There is a disruption on the bus which causes it to crash and Murphy winds up in Silent Hill where he will have to face his Demons (Literally!) in order to get out of town.
I'd go into the story more but it would be spoilers a plenty. Let's just say that he had his reasons for getting arrested in the first place and leave it at that because I really think this is the kind of game you need to go into without knowing the details.
In typical Silent Hill fashion, you'll encounter other people within the town and also in the traditional Silent Hill fashion these characters will be vital to the story but at the same time will not be there very often, you're generally left to your own devices.

A nice new Feature of the game is side-quests, and there are plenty of those scattered all over town. Combined, these take up more time than the main storyline itself but are essential if you want to get the full story on both Murphy and the town itself. You'll also notice nice little nods to previous games in the series, such as music from the original four games playing on the radio and on jukeboxes, photos and paintings of established Silent Hill locations and characters, memos that will seem very familiar and puzzles that pay tribute to the games in the right way.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By P Howorth on 5 April 2012
my favourite Silent Hill game to date.
I have every Silent Hill game and I'm a fan of each and every one of them, because none of them are the same, they constantly try new things and give out new storylines in such a unique way.
people seem to be saying this one isn't that great, because its not as good as silent hill 2, which i finished recently for the millionth time, due to the prehistoric controls and the fact i know what's lurking around every corner and the truth behind every aspect of the game I've lost appreciation for it.
and that's where Downpour is so good. it's new, it has new controls and new features and it's the perfect blend of storytelling and survival horror. the combat is horrific, and the enemies are very rare to come across. with other silent hill games you get used to enemy's movements and how to kill them, they might as well not be there, but in this game the enemies are smart and frantic to a ridiculous degree, you throw your weapon around skill-lessly and just pray it's gonna hit the enemy before they hit you. every second from them appearing to your final blow, is more tense than.. the ending of american psycho.
as for the story, I have no idea what's going on but I want to find out, I sympathise with Murphy and I want him to be happy. that's why i keep turning the xbox on and pushing through the fear to find out why this seemingly nice, ordinary man, was hated by EVERYONE in prison, and why he's in Silent Hill?!? i still haven't finished the game because the suspense is killing me and I love every minute of it!

if you're considering buying this game, do! just sit in the room with your curtains shut, lights off, turn the brightness alll the way down and really get into it, I've even stopped playing Skyrim for it!
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