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Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:The 1999 PlayStation classic, Silent Hill, is retold on the Nintendo Wii Silent Hill:Shattered Memories. Players can experience a newly adapted version of the first game's haunting events that tailors gameplay around the remote and nunchuk. Relive Harry Mason's frenzied quest to find his missing daughter Cheryl amidst the supernatural dangers of the town of Silent Hill. He's armed with a cell phone, a flashlight, and his wits to get him through a terrifying and cryptic adventure.
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