Recently the Inquisitr broke the sad news that Konami was not releasing the eagerly-anticipated game called Silent Hills. Gamers the world over are now left wondering what to do in the wake of this news. Here’s some suggestions:
- Sign The Petition To Keep Silent Hills In Production
Change.org has a petition running to try and save this game this game from the scrap heap. So far More that 26,500 people have signed. Here’s what they are requesting:
Hearing the cancellation of one of the most anticipated horror games is about the most heartbreaking thing horror fans had to swallow this year.
Since the first sight of the P.T Demo it was instant love, and it burned into the minds of everyone that this had to release at some point.
Although the reasons are not yet announced I am begging you along with countless others: Please continue the Development on Silent Hills, if the issue is money related, we would love to see a Crowdfunding campaign like Kickstarter to ensure you are getting all the financial help there is! We´d love to see it happen at some point and want to thank you for all the great games you have released so far!
- Buy a PlayStation 4 Console That Still Has The Demo On It
As reported earlier, you can buy PlayStation 4 consoles on eBay that still have the demo version of Silent Hills on it. But beware, these consoles are in demand and the current asking price for one is in excess of $1,000.
If you think that price is a bit steep considering you already have a Playstation 4 and you deleted the demo off it, have no fear because you can:
- Download The Silent Hills Demo Again
If you had the Silent Hills demo, played it and then deleted it, there is no need to worry, because, unlike people who own a Playtstation 4 and have not downloaded Silent Hills, you will still have access to it in your library according to GameSpot. However, this may change, so you had better hurry before your Silent Hills demo is really gone for good.
- Try Other Games Like Silent Hills
If you haven’t already, you can play the original game, Silent Hill. There is also a fan-made Silent Hill game called Silent Hill: Alchemilla. You can check out this game for free from here. According to Kokatu, Silent Hill: Alchemilla is built on Valve’s Source Engine and you will need a Steam account to play. There are also several older Silent Hill games offered by PlayStation and you can check them out here.
What will you be playing now instead of Silent Hills? Let us know by commenting below!
[Image credit: Konami]