After a car crash in Silent Hill, with his daughter Cheryl, Harry Mason wakes up and see that Cheryl disappeared. In search for her in the town, he starts to find more than he was looking for.

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Dahlia Gillespie (voice) (uncredited)
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Harry Mason: performance capture (uncredited)
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Michelle Valdez (voice) (uncredited)
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James Sunderland (voice) (uncredited)
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John (voice) (uncredited)
Mona Marshall ...
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Dr. Michael Kaufmann (voice) (uncredited)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ...
Michelle Vasquez (voice) (uncredited)
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Cybil Bennett (voice) (uncredited)
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Lisa Garland (voice) (uncredited)
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After a car crash in Silent Hill, with his daughter Cheryl, Harry Mason wakes up and see that Cheryl disappeared. In search for her in the town, he starts to find more than he was looking for.

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Drama | Horror | Mystery

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12 February 2010 (UK)  »

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This is the last Silent Hill entry Akira Yamaoka was involved with prior to his resignation from Konami Digital Entertainment Inc. around the end of 2009. He has stated he would return to work on future titles if asked. See more »

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After suffering a head injury from crashing her ambulance, Lisa returns to her apartment to take a nap. As a nurse, she would know that due to risk of concussion, sleeping after sustaining a head injury is a bad idea. See more »

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Harry Mason: I'm looking for my daughter. She's missing. I convinced myself she'd be here...
Michelle: She's a Midwich student?
Harry Mason: No, no. She's just seven. Her name is Cheryl.
Michelle: Cheryl Mason?
Harry Mason: Yeah.
Michelle: There was a Cheryl Mason when I was here. She was above me at school.
Harry Mason: Must be a different girl, same name. She's seven.
Michelle: I'll show you. Come look...
[Michelle leads Harry to a row of pictures of alumni, including a pretty, but beleaguered-looking teenage girl]
Michelle: There you go. That's an old photo. You say she ran off?
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Follows Silent Hill (1999) See more »

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Acceptance
Lyrics by Joe Romersa
Vocals by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
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Scary as a box of kittens
1 April 2010 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

I've been a Silent Hill fan since the first game and I never, ever thought that a brilliant franchise like this could end this badly. Shattered Memories is a pointless and utterly boring game not worth even if you are a dedicated fan. I won't waste my time or the reader's going into much detail, but suffice to say in this game nothing happens. You just have to run from a location to another and look around for keys and souvenirs, alwas not very far and lazily pointed out by the game itsel with a white arrow. The run-for-your-life sequences are so frustrating that you dread them, but for the wrong reason. Using a camera to photograph invisible things has already been done (in a better way I should say) in Fatal Frame, so nothing new here. The game is so boring that you can't be bothered to even pay some attention to the storyline, let alone the characters. The only noteworthy point is the music, but despite being better than Silent Hill Homecoming, is not remotely on par with the earlier works of Mr. Yamaoka. Probably the musician himself was not very happy to waste time on a piece of crap like this. The only merit of this game is to make look better the previous two western-made chapters (Origins and the awful-but-not-so-much-now-that-SM-is-out Homecoming). Shattered Memories is a joke. And a bad one. Konami and climax decided that Silent Hill fans don't deserve any quality. Pity, I won't buy any other future SH game and people should really stay away from this franchise.


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