(Video) P.T. Unseen Content - Silent Hill Full Map Explored - Town and Streets Area

Grenchel

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Very interesting. Always thought it was a recorded cutscene rather than it being real time. Always wanted to know if we could go further than what we were shown, so this is a very cool discovery. It's so intriguing to think that someone at KojiPro took the time to go that far into making the street feel kind of detailed, considering the cutscene is barely a minute long. Pretty cool nonetheless.

Question: Reading the comments, someone mentioned that PT takes place in the Northwestern part of the USA, is that true? Where did Silent Hill originally take its inspiration from, anyway?
Definitely northwestern American and Kindergarten Cop
 
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That looks amazing. But hey forum, don’t forget to shit on Kojima.
Actually it does look like shit...but if you want a video game that doesn’t look like shit made by Kojima I’d recommend a game that I’ve played that is actually released called Death Stranding...it’s pretty good
 
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Juan29.Zapata

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It's to prevent data mining. The black ops series does the same thing with zombies stuff
That's precisely why I thought it was pre-recorded, to prevent data-mining. But perhaps KojiPro saw the writing on the wall and just wanted fans to go crazy on the game. Surprised to see how long it take to data-mine a console game. Suppose it doesn't help that it's not even listed on the Store anymore.
Thanks and lmao.

But apparently Centralia was researched for the movie rather the game?
 
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Thanks and lmao.

But apparently Centralia was researched for the movie rather the game?
Mmm, seems you're right. I thought the town in the game canon was also inspired by Centralia. Then I don't think the devs ever said anything about what places inspired SH, besides the town supposedly being in Maine.


really all this does is just make me more upset that we got stuck with Death Stranding instead of Silent Hills
Same here. We lost SH and got DS. Yaaaaay 🎉🎉😑
 

Kindekuma

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You got to see the last canon representation of Silent Hill in Fox Engine.
Now the engine is being used for yearly PES installments and cash grab mockery games of beloved IPs. It hurts.
 

Hydrus

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I wonder if Sony can convince Konami to allow Kojimas studio to give it another shot some day. Maybe Sony can foot the bill. Konami doesn't have to do a single thing.
 
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Man, that's pretty amazing.

I wonder if Sony can convince Konami to allow Kojimas studio to give it another shot some day. Maybe Sony can foot the bill. Konami doesn't have to do a single thing.
I'll be honest, there is really no point. Naming aside, Silent Hills was looking to be its own beast.

Kojima has his own studio with a good of chunk of the team from Konami with him still and a fantastic graphics engine that despite being different does showcase their visual approach in DS that has that similarity with Fox Engine.

He can pretty much just make his own horror game without the attached IP. PT and this video already show a visual identity and design approach that was wasn't really like the multiple entries that came before it. With Kojima teasing he is watching horror movies to get more ideas for a potential next project, I'm excited he might still want to do a horror game still.
 
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That's precisely why I thought it was pre-recorded, to prevent data-mining. But perhaps KojiPro saw the writing on the wall and just wanted fans to go crazy on the game. Surprised to see how long it take to data-mine a console game. Suppose it doesn't help that it's not even listed on the Store anymore.
A pre-recorded video file is easier to data-mine than a maps and cut-scene data of a proprietary game engine. You can play most video files outside the game, but there's usually no way to open a map or play an in-engine cut-scene without hacking the game.
 

Temascos

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Even when falling through the world, she will still find you.

It's incredible how they put so much thought and detail into an area we never actually explore in any capacity, and even though nothing actually happens it's still chilling to go around it in the video. I hope Kojima and a good editor team up with a horror experience that builds on P.T in spirit.
 

BloodshotX

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I wonder if Sony can convince Konami to allow Kojimas studio to give it another shot some day. Maybe Sony can foot the bill. Konami doesn't have to do a single thing.
I think konami just isnt interested anymore, they are leaning more and more to pachinco machines. Even if they only had one toe in the water there would have been a new silent hill game (most likely outsourced ofc). The last silent hill release was in 2012 and Silent hills was announced in 2014. So thats a 5 year gap between announcing and 4 years between cancelling silent hills to 2019. In that gap they could have easily made a silent hill game ala downpour(im one of the view that liked the game it seems xD) and release it.

It saddens me to say but untill konami has a change of heart the silent hill series is sadly dead
 

dmr87

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So gooood, imagine seeing something in a window or crossing the street while out there.

It lives on in my PS4.
 

twinspectre

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Why people still use the name P.T? We already know the game was Silent Hills, I don't get the appeal of using P.T instead of Silent Hills.
 

Khrn

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Glad it didnt happen. Keep Kojima and his writing away from Silent Hill.
Agreed. I don't feel like playing Kojima's games due to how he treats women, trans people, and asexuality. The old Silent Hill titles had their problems in this department, but also some pretty powerful moments (like Angela refusing James' help and kicking her abuser).

Not judging anyone who likes him, but I've come to terms that Silent Hill is dead. Maybe, someday, a team will get together and work on a horror game with similar themes and a compelling narrative. I'm okay with waiting, since we already have so many games to play.
 
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Magnet

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I wonder if Sony can convince Konami to allow Kojimas studio to give it another shot some day. Maybe Sony can foot the bill. Konami doesn't have to do a single thing.
If I were Kojima, I would never want to be within a mile of anything Konami related again. Kojima can make his own horror game if he wants. The Silent Hill IP is not at all required for making a quality horror game.

Why people still use the name P.T? We already know the game was Silent Hills, I don't get the appeal of using P.T instead of Silent Hills.
Because the name of the game is P.T. Silent Hills doesn't exist as a game.
 

twinspectre

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If I were Kojima, I would never want to be within a mile of anything Konami related again. Kojima can make his own horror game if he wants. The Silent Hill IP is not at all required for making a quality horror game.



Because the name of the game is P.T. Silent Hills doesn't exist as a game.
So the "game" was called playable teaser? Doesn't make any sense to me :/
 

Asbsand

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So the "game" was called playable teaser? Doesn't make any sense to me :/

What is the job of a teaser trailer? It is to show you a glimpse of the concept that is about to become a product, not to demo the product. P.T. is all there was because all Kojima wanted to do with it was to create a movie teaser in a playable form.
 

twinspectre

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What is the job of a teaser trailer? It is to show you a glimpse of the concept that is about to become a product, not to demo the product. P.T. is all there was because all Kojima wanted to do with it was to create a movie teaser in a playable form.
The teaser already has a name, in this case Silent Hills just like Man of steel tease already has a name and it is not Teaser and that's it.
P.T was revealed to be a teaser for SH and this means it has a name. If they decide to tease Lord of Rings next movie and they decide to cancel the movie I'm sure you won't remember it as a teaser, but with its name. It doesn't sound right saying "I miss the playable teaser" instead you would say "I miss Silent Hills playable teaser" with the name of the game which is SH. Using teaser is just generic and people could say which teaser are you talking about. I hope it make sense :)
 

JaeCryo

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Amazing.

Knowing we'll never get it still hurts. I loved Death Stranding but still, I think I prefer that we'd have gotten Silent Hills.