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Answered 2009-11-03 02:01:24

if you like getting scared a lot,get silent hill 2,that game will probably scare the crap out of you.


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Silent Hill:Homecoming is the best and scariest by far.

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There will be a second Silent Hill movie, called Silent Hill: Revelation. However, it is a continuation of the first Silent Hill movie, and based off of what seems to be the third game.As for making a movie based off Silent Hill 2 the game, no.

Silent Hill - video game - happened in 1999.

They call it silent hill because its roughly based off the silent hill game series.

The first Silent Hill game was released on January 31, 1999.

Silent Hill - video game - was created on 1999-01-31.

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Silent Hill is a good game. And its a real place,because once there was a girl named Brooke Smith she was my best friend.Then she moved to West Virgina and told me she was going to silent hill.So she went to silent hill and showed me on video chat there,next thing you know you see a zombie behind her.

There is infact a new game, Silent Hill 8. But no new info is concevied of the game. If you go on Silent Hill Wiki and search it it might have more info on it than last time.

Silent Hill 4 is the fourth part of the Silent Hill horror survival computing game series. It is developed by Team Silent, and published by the games company Konami.

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In the Amusement Park, Near The Very End Of The Game, Aswell As Silent Hill 3, And I Dont Think It Makes an apperance in silent hill 2

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Technically there is no band for Silent Hill. Akira Yamaoka composed all the music for Silent Hill, including all o fthe game and the film.

No, Silent Hill is not a silent movie.

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Silent Hill 2 was released in September 24, 2001. The game now is playable on Consoles (PS2) and on PC.

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