It's called Silent Hill: Nostalgia.
Meet Joe Romersa... Soul of every Silent Hill fan should tremble with hearing this name. Being a talented songwriter and vocalist he's the one behind song lyrics in Silent Hill 3, Silent Hill 4: The Room and all fresh Silent Hill: Zero. "Hometown" and "Cradle Of Forest" flowing through our ears with his deep voice... plus he's voice acting for anime and gaming industry, does sound engineering, plays multiple musical instruments and even composing his own music - Jack of all Trades, you say? it seems to be... Game-OST has shaken hands with this persona and eager to share impressions with you. Read here... with your eyes wide open.
a silent hill ij-based rp
P R E M I S E
For the people who are taken to the Otherworld of Silent Hill, life afterwards (indeed, if there is life at all) is changed dramatically. Their fates have been interwoven into the town forever, and eternity can last a very long time.
There is an Afterlife beyond death for these people -- yet it is not Heaven or Hell. Instead, the town they could never escape has reclaimed them, and will hold them inside forever.
The town is very similar to the way it was when they visited: misty and cold, with a thick, heavy fog falling over the town. Snow falls at times but never accumulates, and the streets are dim without the aid of the sun and patrolled by hellish monsters fueled by the town's dark background. And then, at times, untriggered and unpredictable, the town will change -- dark and hot, where rain falls and the aid of a flashlight is the only light one can hope for. In this world, the monsters are larger in number and far more deadly -- and shelter is the best thing to seek.
Your character, after their death, (whether in-game or after their escape from the town) finds themselves back in Silent Hill -- this time forever. If there is an escape from the town, why look for it? What will it lead to? Heaven? Hell? Or simply nothingness?
But being in Silent Hill presents problems, too -- namely, survival. Food and supplies must be found, a stand against the monsters must be taken, and alliances must be formed. If this is punishment from God, then it's one sick version of Purgatory.
We're a brand-new community looking for players! Many parts are still open! Please stop by and give it a look! RP community, associated links of interest and email contact are located at: Silent Afterlife. Thanks for checking it out!
Edit: I'm advertising the Silent Afterlife community here on behalf of some friends of mine. If you want to find out more about the RP and its premise, please make sure you email the SA moderators with your questions, don't direct them to me. Thank you!
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Saw somebody selling this on ebay and thought I'd post it here. If it's against the rules then please take the post down. I am not selling this item and have never seen this poster before and curious to know if it is authentic.
The Jacob's Ladder influences are becoming more and more evident.
On the PC version of Silent hill 2 How can on change the Viewpoint to first person. i have played with all the controls and options I thought I changed them but nothing seemed to have done anything.
Does anyone know how to do this?
Christopher Gans, French director of Brotherhood of the Wolf and the first Silent Hill film, has been quoted as saying that that writer Roger Avary (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction) and fantasy author Neil Gaiman (Mirror Mask, Sandman) will be getting together to work on the script for a sequel to this summer's Silent Hill movie. No details on the story as of yet and it is unclear whether Gans will direct the sequel as he is currently working on a movie adaptation of Japanese demon killing game, Onimusha.
Avary and Gaiman sound like an ideal team to work on a Silent Hill script. Gaiman excels in the extraordinary and bizarre, while Avary has a penchant for the bloody and violent, both of which are the main ingredients of the Silent Hill franchise. If Gans ends up signing on to direct, this could be one of those rare instances where the sequel outshines the original.
Hmmmm, this could actually turn out to be really really good.
Anyways though, I was just wondering what you guys would want it on if you had a choice on what console it's on? Since PS3's price tag still makes me cry. Plus, no one has posted in a while, so I thought I'd say something. :3