The third game in the Silent Hill Trilogy. The heroine of this game is teenaged Heather who is suddenly thrust into a strange alternate reality filled with demonic imagery and twisted ... See full summary »

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Heather Morris ...
Heather / Cheryl (voice)
Richard Grosse ...
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Claudia Wolf (voice)
Clifford Rippel ...
Father Vincent (voice)
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Leonard Wolf (voice)
Lenne Hardt ...
Confessor (voice)
Mike Matheson ...
Borley Mansion Guide (voice)
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The third game in the Silent Hill Trilogy. The heroine of this game is teenaged Heather who is suddenly thrust into a strange alternate reality filled with demonic imagery and twisted monsters. She quickly comes to find that the events unfolding around her have something to do with her past. Written by Bob McDonald

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Don't bother closing your eyes, because what you see isn't half as disturbing as what you don't. See more »

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Drama | Horror | Mystery

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6 August 2003 (USA)  »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Originally going to have a completely different story, but at the request of the fans, the story became a follow-up to the original Silent Hill. The original script may be used in a future game. See more »

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Douglas: You remind me of my son.
Heather: You said no one would cry for you...
Douglas: Dead people don't cry. Stupid kid got himself shot robbing a bank.
Heather: Why...?
Douglas: Maybe cause his pop was a penniless good for nothing. Sorry, I shouldn't of said you remind me of a guy like him.
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Crazy Credits

After fulfilling certain requirements, the game would end prematurely and show the player a cartoon "UFO" ending, followed by a karaoke song sung by the game's developers. See more »

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Referenced in Icons: Scary Games (2002) See more »

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You're Not Here
Music Supervised by Joe Romersa
Music by Akira Yamaoka
Lyrics by Joe Romersa
Sung by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (as Melissa Williamson)
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Great game, lived up to my expectations.
1 January 2008 | by (..) – See all my reviews

The third installment of the Silent Hill series will not disappoint any big Silent Hill fans, and that is a promise. While it lacks the depth and emotion of Silent Hill 2 and is less captivating, it is still a great game nonetheless and doesn't fail to hold your attention.

The game is a direct sequel to the first game. If you haven't played it, that game revolved around Harry Mason searching for his daughter in Silent Hill. Well, now that little girl has grown up and is a young teenage girl, who serves as the character you play as in the game. Like all young teenage girls she has quite a temper on her, but her heart is in the right place and she is determined to find out what is happening to her. Heather wakes up in a shopping mall after falling asleep in a restaurant, and is leaving when she is approached by a detective who goes by the name of Douglas Cartland. He tries to get Heather to come with him to speak to someone, but Heather vehemently rebuffes him and goes to the bathroom, where she escapes through the window. Thinking she is safe now, Heather goes through the back of the mall, only to discover that something has gone terribly wrong. Soon, her whole world has been shattered, and the only thing she can do now is survive.

The graphics are superb, and are much better than any of the other games (including 4) the plot is brilliant, and the characters are all extremely interesting, to the point that you really care about them, and that even goes for the bad guys as well. All in all, Silent Hill 3 is one fantastic game. However, like all games, it has it's pros and it's cons.

Pros: -The graphics. They are fantastic, and are the best of the entire series.

-The monsters are more challenging than any of the previous games, and are often much harder to defeat. This serves as more of a challenge to the gamer which is definitely a good thing.

-The weapons are fantastic. There is a lot more to choose from then in any of the other games. Also you can unlock certain weapons which is really fun.

-The characters are probably some of the best in the entire series, especially Heather, who is my favourite character of the series.

Cons: -The fact that you don't spend a lot of time in Silent Hill irked me slightly. Also, you don't get to run around exploring the town like you did in the previous games. It takes the fun out of it a little bit. However, you can pay a visit to Heaven's Night, the club from Silent Hill 2 just in case any fans of that game are interested.

-The camera angles can get quite annoying at times. Sometimes the camera goes allover the place. I can't really explain it, but you'll see what I mean when you play. It doesn't really cause too many problems though.

Apart from that, this game is well worth buying. I'm not sure that it's better than Silent Hill's 1&2, but it is definitely worth playing if you're a fan of this series, or even if you're not, you should still give it a go, but I'd advise playing the first game before you do. 8/10


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