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Silent Hill Homecoming by Konami




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Intense Violence
  • Language
  • Sexual Themes
Silent Hill Homecoming is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 44.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Action , Horror

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Silent Hill: Homecoming is the latest entry into the Silent Hill franchise. The story follows Alex Shepherd, returning to his hometown of Shepherd's Glen to investigate the sudden disappearance of his brother. From Shepherd's Glen to the foggy streets of Silent Hill, Alex must face the darkest of horrors in order to find his brother. Struggling with his own grip on reality, Alex must unravel the mystery behind his nightmares, discover the truth behind his brother's and father's disappearances, and confront the evil that has taken hold of his own flesh and blood.


  • Enter the next chapter of Silent Hill as you delve deeper in the tormented history of the town and learn of the evil that surrounds Toluca Lake
  • Silent Hill: Homecoming is the 1st Silent Hill game on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
  • From the murky fog to the ominous shadows, all-new next-gen graphics bring Silent Hill to life like never before
  • Survive the denizens of Silent Hill with an all-new enhanced combat system that gives you a wide array of attacks and counters
  • Solve the treacherous and deadly puzzles of Silent Hill to discover its darkest secrets
  • Silent Hill: Homecoming will feature an all-new soundtrack by acclaimed series composer Akira Yamaoka
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME!!!!! Played this game a few years back & honestly couldn't put the controller down! Absolutely loved it! Definitely one of the best in the series! One of my favorite SH games besides SH 2, SH 3 & SH 4. Great multiple endings & story line. Not to mention the gaming controls & updated camera angles were amazing! None of that horrible fixed camera stuff. Loved the over the shoulder camera like they used in Dead Space. The atmosphere alone was pretty good. Not quite as foggy & sullen as SH 2 or 3, but nonetheless a fantastic horror ride for any TRUE Silent Hill fan! All in all, Homecoming is simply....GREAT!!!!
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not good as a Silent Hill game, but still alright Despite all of the negativity it gets, Silent Hill Homecoming is not a bad game. As a Silent Hill game, however, not really. While it does have a charm of the originals, it's only because it has a very similar story to Silent Hill 2. The gameplay is fun and easy to get a grip of, except this time it's more action-based and takes the scariness out of the enemies, since you can easily dodge their attacks. At times it can even be annoying with a certain enemy since you absolutely need to dodge and then attack, which doesn't work a lot of the time since it sometimes uses an attack that hits you while you're dodging. The graphics are amazing, though, and you can see enemies in grotesque detail much easier. The sound is great as well, although some soundtracks seem frightening. The voices are done well, not amazingly, but they're still alright. But while it is good as a game in general, it does worse as a Silent Hill game, like Silent Hill 4. For example, the story, as I said before, is a clone of Silent Hill 2's. It even has Pyramid Head in it which doesn't make any sense because Pyramid Head was in Silent Hill 2 as a manifestation of James' repressed frustrations and guilt. So I have no idea why he's there in Homecoming. In Silent Hill 2, the nurses were very, how should I say, promiscuous, as another manifestation of James' repressed frustration. These types of nurses are also in Homecoming, although Alex shows no hints of such frustration. However, when you stop comparing it to other Silent Hills, the game actually shows a little merit as an actual game. It has fun action-y gameplay, the soundtrack is great, and the story, while a rip of Silent Hill 2's, is actually okay, but does need a lot of work. I would recommend this to a friend, but only because I personally enjoyed it, so I would be biased in recommending it. If you play this game before another Silent Hill, don't judge the entire series on this game. The other games are actually much better than this.
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good, but very hard I bought Silent hill: Homecoming for the PS3 wanting another horror based game since I already own all three Dead Spaces', Since I don't own Alone in the Dark, since Condemmed 2 didn't really work since the PS3 would just crash when I'd try and except it's sounds patch update, I've already played the first two Bioshocks a million times and since Bioshock infinite isn't out yet. And oh boy, it did not dissapoint me, Homecoming is a blast. It's even creepier than I expected, I have played Silent hill 4: The room on the PS2 but that didn't compare much to this one. The graphics were good, since it was the first installment for the PS3/360 they weren't as good as they could be but not bad. The sounds were good, got under my skin a few times. The gameplay was good, the fighting controls and regular movements were nice. The enemies in the game were a little difficult and I found myself dying a lot just from regular enemies, mainly because gun ammunition was so miniscule and you rarely came by it so you're using knives and axes a lot. This is what made the game really hard. Most of the boss fights, ironically, weren't too hard, except for one that took me like fifteen tries, but I'll let you find out which one that is if you play it. It's hard but fun at the same time. My next purchase is definetley Silent Hill: Downpour (the next game in the series) because of Homecoming. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2013-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Silent Hill: Homecoming This is my second Silent Hill game and I must say, I LOVED IT! You are basically this guy named Alex and you have to find out what happened to your little brother, Josh. This game really gets good if you keep playing it and you'll find it fun like I did. I'm not a Silent Hill fan but I'm towards becoming one (since they're awesome). I felt like they put in a lot of detail in this game and they give you tons of weapons for your adventure.
Date published: 2013-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A true survival horror without the retro gameplay I've always been a fan of silent hill 2 and 3, but this is definitely my favorite in the series. The music is hauntingly beautiful, as Akira Yamaoko always makes it, the dialogue and story is intriguing, the graphics are decent, and there were plenty of scary moments where I nearly fell off my bed. My favorite thing was probably the combat system. I had to use patience and strategy before sizing up the enemies. The intensity of not knowing if I would be prepared for whatever leapt out at me kept me on the edge, but made me feel just safe enough that I wouldn't want to turn off the console.
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best so far This Silent Hill tittle deserves a 2nd place in this series. I love it since the beginning and I love the graphics. I love the game is developed for a 3rd generation PS3. I don't want a game being so hard to play like Silent Hill 3 or 2. I honestly like the story line and I would love Double Helix take place of all the development of this series in the future. I recommend this game to everybody that is looking for a Silent Hill that can be enjoyed.
Date published: 2012-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nearly Perfect Silent Hill: Homecoming is an over all amazing game, it puts a new twist on the same series and does it excellently. Though it was a bit too much of a twist (being that it was very different from almost all other games in the series) it still keeps you interested, with challenging puzzles, amazing boss fights, and a really engaging story. I would recommend this game to both older fans of Silent Hill who have played the other games and new fans who are just getting into this awesome series.
Date published: 2012-07-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty good but not worthy of SH title well its my opinion but it wasnt really that great of a game. didnt have the silent hill feel to it. Gameplay, graphics, and story are good, but the composer is what made it awesome.
Date published: 2012-04-01
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