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Silent Hill: Downpour - Xbox 360

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
185 customer reviews
Metascore: 68 / 100
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  • Explore the ever-changing game world
  • Unlock new game areas, special items and bonus content by venturing into all-new side quests
  • Uncover the deep and dark storyline of the latest Silent Hill thriller
  • Experience the spine-tingling chills and psychological terror
  • Immerse yourself in the desolate town of Silent Hill with intense visuals
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Experience the spine-tingling chills and psychological terror while exploring the sleepy town of Silent Hill as Murphy Pendleton. Uncover the deep and dark storyline of the latest Silent Hill thriller. Immerse yourself in the desolate town of Silent Hill with intense visuals powered by Unreal 3 technology that bring the town, characters, creatures and alternate hell to life. Unlock new game areas, special items and bonus content by venturing into all-new side quests. Explore the ever-changing game world that features day and night Normal world and Otherworld world that are manifested and sourced from character actions throughout the game. Get closer to the action with 3D technology for the first time ever. Lose yourself in the desolate and terrifying town with renowned story and music talent, including Silent Hill comic writer, Tom Waltz, original music directed and composed by Dan Licht and the theme song performed by hard-rock group, Korn.

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Return to the horror and desolate town in Silent Hill: Downpour. Marking its return to next-generation consoles, Silent Hill: Downpour delivers a completely original storyline, new soundtrack and more haunting moments that are sure to make your spine tingle.

Silent Hill Downpour
Go back to Silent Hill
Go back to Silent Hill
Meet mysterious characters
Meet mysterious characters
Explore an ever changing world

Explore an ever changing world

Synopsis

Having been behind bars for years, and receiving an extended sentence once already, Murphy Pendleton has become a liability during his stay at Ryall State Prison. Due to his storied past at Ryall, he is being transferred to Wayside Maximum Security Penitentiary. During his trip to his new gray-bar home, your bus is involved in a horrific accident. Once the twisted carnage of your prison transport bus comes to a stop, you are able to assess the situation. You find yourself stranded in the foggy woods near the town of Silent Hill. Knowing that this may be his one shot at freedom, Murphy sets off to explore the desolate town. Despite the town seeming vast and empty, he can't help but feel claustrophobic and that someone — or some thing — is watching him.

Take on the role of Murphy Pendleton, who finds himself alone and lost in the woods outside the lonely town. Explore the all-new environment that is expansive while feeling claustrophobic at the same time. Experience the bone-chilling terror of Silent Hill with vivid and spectacular visuals that are powered by Unreal 3 technology, bringing the town of Silent Hill, its characters, creatures and horrific world to life. Freely roam, explore the town and venture into all-new side quests that unlock new areas, special items and bonus content. Immerse yourself in the terror with an ever-changing game world that includes a day and night Normal world and an Otherworld world that are created from your actions during the gameplay. Understand that you are never truly alone in Silent Hill.

Key Features:

  • Experience the spine-tingling chills and psychological terror while exploring the sleepy town of Silent Hill as Murphy Pendleton
  • Uncover the deep and dark storyline of the latest Silent Hill thriller
  • Immerse yourself in the desolate town of Silent Hill with intense visuals powered by Unreal 3 technology that bring the town, characters, creatures and alternate hell to life
  • Unlock new game areas, special items and bonus content by venturing into all-new side quests
  • Explore the ever-changing game world that features day and night Normal world and Otherworld world that are manifested and sourced from character actions throughout the game
  • Get closer to the action with 3D technology for the first time ever
  • Lose yourself in the desolate and terrifying town with renowned story and music talent, including Silent Hill comic writer, Tom Waltz, original music directed and composed by Dan Licht and the theme song performed by hard-rock group, Korn


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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B003O6G47U
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 13, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,617 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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90 of 104 people found the following review helpful By I'm Right on April 9, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
God dammit Silent Hill, either come out with a completely horrible game or a really stellar game! I'm sick of the past 5 Silent Hill's just being "okay", and Downpour is no exception. I'm not going to go over the story because really it's better to experience rather than be told what it is. However it got some things right and some things wrong, lets go over them shall we?

Pros: The atmosphere is WONDERFUL! Not since Silent Hill 2 has it been filled with so much dread, when the town started raining I started getting nervous on how many monstrosities would emerge from the thick fog as I was frantically running around the town looking for shelter, and a moment like that without any combat or monsters is a really really good thing from a Silent Hill game, subtelty is a hard concept to pull off that the other past installments haven't really grasped.

The story is good, I'll keep this short for my afromentioned reason but the characters are much more lively and realistic than the other games (especially Homecoming), the facial animations were great and the characters were interesting enough. The story also ditches that cult BS (really we're not trying to play virtual Wicker Man) and sticks to someone's personal hell, which 2 has shown us can make for a strong story. When I got to the ending though the character (who looks a lot like Henry Townshed btw) completely contradicted his personality from the course of the whole game, and that felt a little inconsistent. Overall though the story is good, yeah.

The puzzles are also good, they don't slap you in the face with their simplicity and they're all unique and rather memorable.

The combat is perfect as well, items break and your character sucks at fighting, that's exactly how survival horror should be.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Freeze the Prophet on April 2, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
*CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS***********

So your probably like why give it 5 stars for fun.. but a 4 overall??.. well lets get into it..

As a whole Silent Hill Downpour is almost what you want it to be.. dark.. creepy.. intense moments of i dont want to go that way.. the puzzles.. its just missing one thing very classic to the franchise :(.. lets start with the puzzles..

~Puzzles: If your an old school player you know not to just run around aimlessly without taking the time to check out everything around you. Because you WILL miss clues, pieces to quests or puzzles, and mysteries all over the place.. the puzzles can be complicated. on easy they make the puzzles a cakewalk but on normal and hard the pieces to puzzles are scattered around the map.. not just laying next to or in the same area as the puzzle.. e.g: The movie theater puzzle.. on easy everything is in the theater.. on normal or hard you have to go outside looking for the part needed. But the puzzles are fun none the less with the creativity to majority of them.. Some Are simple as "ashes to ashes".. And then some require you go into hell for "dead mans hand"... lol my personal favorite one.

~EXPLORATION: In this game you have the ability to free roam to your hearts content.. theres no rush to get anything done..There is numerous side quests along side the main story line.. giving you multiple stories to get immersed in besides the one about the main character himself.. The open world addition to this game is awesome in my opinion.. The map is huge.. you think you have almost explored it all, then you realize theres an entire upper map and sides as well as underground! that you havent even touched yet!
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Brock Samson on March 16, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
The only thing that kept me from giving this an overall five was the lack of Newgame+. If you enjoy unlocking costumes and weapons for another play through then too bad, no Samurai swords or sexy beams to be found here.

Combat:
Fighting can be fun and challenging with breakable weapons. Block too much and snap goes the weapon, which is exactly why they did just that. If all you did was block until you had a chance to counter combat would grow stale. After awhile you learn not to keep your back to the wall and maneuver around groups of enemies to keep from being surrounded.
Puzzles:
Kinda disappointed with the difficulty levels. I tried it on normal because I didn't wanna get stuck anywhere too long, but once I tried it on hard the answers were the same. For some I didn't even need to figure out the combo for a door cuz it was still the same. Some puzzle hints became more cryptic and the answer slightly altered but I still felt cheated. So if you like brain teasers start on Hard for the puzzles.
Spook Factor:
I must admit this one was much more freaky than Homecoming. Hearing women crying or children laughing as you enter a dark room gives you that uneasy feeling. Then you see the item you've been seeking in the back of the room, knowing hell could break loose the second you grab it really freaked me out. However this occurs more in side-quests throughout the town than in the Nightmare world. All it really has to offer is being chased by some fiery orb thing, which becomes more annoying than anything else. Its kinda like "Oh, here's this jerk again...well let's get to it."

Lastly I have a few gripes about some decisions that were in the games creation. Whenever you die you are given full health after you load you're last checkpoint.
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