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Silent Hill: Homecoming

Silent Hill: Homecoming (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Action (Horror)
Developer: Double Helix Games

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/30/2008
EU
02/27/2009
AU
05/12/2009

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Staff Reviews

Silent Hill: Homecoming review

Reviewed May 10, 2010

Gary Hartley says: "Shepherd’s Glen looked every bit the next-gen reincarnation of Silent Hill, then new protagonist Alex Shepherd turns up in his surplus army coat, frizzy hair and a rugged stubble beard, looks you deep in the eyes and proclaims in a bold, confident voice “I’ve completely missed the point!”"
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Reader Reviews

Silent Hill: Homecoming review

Reviewed May 19, 2009

jill says: "Another new developer takes a shot at making a Silent Hill title, Double Helix. Do they bring in the support of hardcore fans of the series, or do they disappoint? Well, I wouldn't exactly call myself a "hardcore fan" of the series, but I am a pretty big fan of it. I think that this game is one of the more playable games in the series, overall. It is definitely better than Silent Hill: The Room, although who can say that is an achievement? "
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Silent Hill: Homecoming review

Reviewed October 24, 2008

Masters says: "Ironically, in coming home we are farthest away from a new path to the original waterfall. Rather than sate our thirst with some ingenious new angle to this business of Otherworldliness, new developers Double Helix serve up something that closely resembles the first game only in appearance, and not in spirit, choosing to ramp up the elementary combat and miss the point altogether."
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