A few weeks before the release of the game Silent Hill (2006), Konami released Silent Hill: Revelation on the PlayStation Portable as a followup to the film. It received mixed to negative reviews, which contrasted the negative statements about this game in reviews of the original Silent Hill. The PSP game is a prequel to the film with its main events happening before Silent Hill. The game featured downloadable content called The Room of Forgotten Memories, released in 2009 as part of the Silent Hill: Origins series. Although it was released for the original PlayStation Portable, it was ported and released for the PlayStation 3 as part of the reboot of the series, Silent Hill: Downpour.
Silent Hill (2010) is a prequel to Silent Hill: Origins, the seventh installment in the Silent Hill video game series. It also serves as a companion piece to the film of the same name. The game was distributed by Konami for the Xbox 360. The game received mixed reviews from critics, who stated that its features were impressive and original, but its oversimplified puzzles and inconsistent storytelling made for a frustrating experience overall. A standalone expansion pack titled Silent Hill: Book of Memories was released in 2011.
Silent Hill: Sense and Sensitivity is a 2010 motion-control video game developed by PlatinumGames and published by Konami for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as a prequel to the first two games. The game follows Alice, who has awoken alone in a silent and foggy town. Players navigate through a number of dark and gloomy hallways and rooms, interacting with objects such as doors, vents, and windows along the way. The game features a point-and-click interface, and players can examine various objects with a flashlight in order to better understand it. Various vignettes are included, including an encounter with a small child, a scene in which the player fights a creature resembling the Little Girl, and a nightmare sequence in a bed room. Although the game was released as a prequel to the second game by Konami, it is much darker than its predecessor. The game was a critical and commercial failure, and has a score of 31 out of 100 on a review aggregate site Metacritic. 7211a4ac4a