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Silent Hill: Homecoming Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:Alex Shepherd is back, along with Alchemilla Hospital and zombie nurses. You must be back in Silent Hill. Watch as the world crumbles to pieces, literally (in a series first) in front of Alex's eyes. This time he tries to save his little brother, but instead is thrown into battle with horrifying creatures. Combat has been upgraded - Alex was a soldier, after all - so your attacks can be strung together in combos with evasive ducks and rolls. Don't get too comfy, though, because the AI has also been upgraded to counter Alex's proficiency. New monsters, new puzzles, and new dangers await you.
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