After having a whole load of fun and super interesting podcasting discussions last month, I’m hoping you’ll join me in William IV, Truro on Tuesday 21 October from 7pm for our latest meetup. Continue reading
I’m returning to Silent Hill this weekend, when I (on Twitter advice) break out Silent Hill 2 from my PS2 collection. As I’ve already said, this is part of the site’s Halloween coverage.
At the moment, I’m mainly hoping for three things from this game:
1) That it’ll be better written and acted than the original
2) The puzzles make more sense
3) The plot is a tiny bit more coherent (but not too much)
The first game did manage to scare me when I played it last weekend. However, it wasn’t for the reasons I thought it would be. While it was incredibly eerie and had gruesome details a plenty, it was the lack of agency and character control that scared me the most. And that camera… I felt sick in a few places. You can read my full pile of shame write-up on Silent Hill here.
Due to the responses to this Tweet:
I will be playing the PlayStation 2 version of Silent Hill 2. I think after I’ve played it, I might check out for myself why the HD remake is so bad…
Maybe I should just become a detective. That’s what you do when you finish two amazing games like this in the same month, right? Right?
Next month is October and things are going to be getting incredibly spooky over on Hex Dimension. My main contribution for the month will see me play Silent Hill 1-4 through for the first time as a four week special Pile of Shame.
I’ve never been too scared to play the series. I’ve just never gotten round to playing it. As a big Resident Evil fan, it’ll be nice to deal with a game series that has a far different take on the horror genre.
In theory I will be blasting through a game a week. Moving between some of my older consoles and some of my newer ones where needed. I think things are going to be interesting, however due to time being an issue I am being allowed to use game guides as and where needed. And no, I won’t be trying to get lots of different endings this time round, but maybe I will when I go through the games another time.
See you in Silent Hill.
It’s not because I’m addicted to Tumblrs, but the amount of knitting I’m doing has increased so much, that I’ve decided to set-up a new Tumblr. Welcome to:
I’m currently focused on making a Tri-Force cushion cover, the image in this post is its back and I recently started work on the intarsia pattern that will form the Tri-Force itself. So yeah, if you like geeky things and knitting (or even crochet, ’cause I’m posting some of that too) please do follow it.
Normal (what that is) posts will resume on here next week. Have a nice weekend.