Controversial Silent Hill 4
In the dashing 2000s for the gaming industry, each studio did not have its store, and Epic Games did not even try to compete with Valve with its Steam. Then, in 2004, Silent Hill 4: The Room was released, and not only on consoles but also on the PC. At that time, horror did not make it to the digital shelves, but now it got a second chance – and was released in the tube service GOG.
Controversial Silent Hill 4 Image
As usual, gamers guessed everything in advance. Silent Hill 4: The Room for PC has appeared on the site of the age-rating organization PEGI, which has been noticed by attentive users. The release date is October 2, that is, today. Of course, the horror game got an 18+ limit. So if someone previously could not get acquainted with the controversial classics, it’s time to give it a try.
It’s no surprise that The Room came out exactly in the CD Projekt service. After all, Konami has already added a number of its old titles to this store, including Metal Gear, Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2, and the Castlevania & Contra set.
Recall that the fourth part of Silent Hill with the subtitle The Room was released in September 2004 on PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC. Even though this game departs from the main story of the original trilogy, it received good reviews from critics. The average rating of a title on Metacritic is 73 out of 100, with the PC version being the worst received.