Silent Hill: Homecoming Latest News - Xbox 360

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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Silent Hill: Homecoming News

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  • New 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screens

    Silent Hill: Homecoming reminds us why we don't take vacations to the sleepy little town in the fog with these new images. Hang out with Pyramid Head and co. when Konami's survival-horror game saunters-awkwardley onto the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, which has been pushed back to November. Click the image below for the Silent Hill: Homecoming image...

    Posted August 20, 2008| 5 Comments

    New 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screens
  • New 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Trailer

    Even though the game was delayed to November this morning, Konami's Silent Hill: Homecoming (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) is looking good. Here's the new trailer straight from Leipzig! Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version

    Posted August 20, 2008| 6 Comments

    New 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Trailer
  • 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Pushed To November

    Konami's latest survival horror title, Silent Hill: Homecoming, won't be making its debut this September, as the company announced today that the console versions will simultaneously launch with the PC version this November. Currently, all versions of the game will feature the same content, according to Konami. Silent Hill: Homecoming,...

    Posted August 20, 2008| 9 Comments

    'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Pushed To November
  • Konami PS3 Revenue Up, Thanks 'MGS 4'

    Yet again, on behalf of Konami, Snake's saluting one for the homies. After Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots topped the June video game sales charts, Konami revealed a 16.7% revenue increase on their first quarter financial results. Old Snake's final mission has catapulted to three million units shipped since its June debut, which would...

    Posted August 5, 2008| 52 Comments

    Konami PS3 Revenue Up, Thanks 'MGS 4'
  • Hands on: 'Silent Hill: Homecoming'

    I’m a huge fan of the Silent Hill series. Silent Hill 2 was the first videogame that genuinely scared me, and I’ve like all the other iterations of the series, so I was really looking forward to the current-gen Silent Hill. While it’s hard to get much more than a general impression from a brief time with a pre-release version...

    Posted July 18, 2008| 8 Comments

    Hands on: 'Silent Hill: Homecoming'
  • 'Silent Hill Homecoming' Details

    Konami brought us more chilling details on their highly anticipated survivor horror tite, Silent Hill Homecoming. Combat is now more fluid, no more clunky pipe swinging antics that plagued the last games. Also (Thank you Konami) fixed camera has been taken out of the game so players can grasp the environment more and prevent any cheap attacks...

    Posted July 16, 2008| 4 Comments

    'Silent Hill Homecoming' Details
  • 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screens

    We just received a bunch of Silent Hill Homecoming shots. We're big fans of this survival-horror series and can't wait for the PS3 and 360 version coming this fall. We're also fan of that scary nightmare-nurse's nightmare boobies. Gallery

    Posted May 21, 2008| 6 Comments

    'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screens
  • More 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screenshots

    To say we're excited about the next Silent Hill game (Silent Hill: Homecoming) is an understatement. The PS3 and 360 title should be out before the holidays, but we've got pictures today. Compare and contrast: Xbox version PlayStation version

    Posted May 16, 2008| 6 Comments

    More 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screenshots
  • 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screenshots

    Check out these fresh-off-the-presses screenshots for Silent Hill: Homecoming. To say we have high hopes for the first current-gen Silent Hill game is an understatment. We're ready to be scared. Full Gallery

    Posted April 25, 2008| 9 Comments

    'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Screenshots
  • 'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Announced

    The next Silent Hill game for the PS3 and 360 will be called Silent Hill: Homecoming and will come out at the end of September In Europe. The news that a fifth SH game was coming isn't new, but the title and date are. No North American release date has been announced yet. According to Konami: Silent Hill: Homecoming introduces another...

    Posted April 21, 2008| 7 Comments

    'Silent Hill: Homecoming' Announced
  • 'Silent Hill' To Be A Film Trilogy

    At this weekend's Spike TV Scream Awards, writer Roger Avery revealed that the Silent Hill movie franchise was going to end up as a trilogy. Or, at least Sony is planning on making it that way. Avery won't be involved in the process of writing Silent Hill 2 unless director Christophe Gans returns, which we're pretty sure won't happen. Anyway,...

    Posted October 22, 2007| 20 Comments

    'Silent Hill' To Be A Film Trilogy
  • Hands On: Silent Hill: Homecoming

    Posted: July 14, 2008

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