Silent Hill: Homecoming
Silent Hill: Homecoming stays true to its survival horror origins while keeping pace with modern innovation. It's still a slow-paced ramble through a fog-laden town and a nightmarish alternate dimension, but with a beautiful new coat of paint, one of the best stories in the series and a comfortable control scheme. Unless you've got nerves of steel, this game will at least send chills up your spine and at most scare the crap out of you. Sure, it feels similar to its predecessors, but the familiar mechanics and scares still give us hours of monster bashing fun.
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