Guillermo del Toro and THE WALKING DEAD’s Norman Reedus Involved in New SILENT HILL Game

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Guillermo del Toro and Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) will be involved, in some capacity, in the new Silent Hill game.  I know that’s vague in regard to their roles on the project, but that’s all that has been announced thus far.  From the below video we can assume that Reedus will voice a character in the game (as well as give license to his visage), but I’m foggier on Del Toro’s involvement since his title card just has his name.  Did he write it?  Is he a producer of some kind?  No idea.  Also from the title cards, we can make an educated guess that the name of the game is Silent Hills. Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima is working on it as well.

That’s about all of the info we have, and most of it has been gleamed from a Silent Hills teaser video that sprung from what had been advertised as a demo for another game.  Since the announcement was made in an interactive manner, the following video contains some commentary from the woman playing it.  You may want to lower the volume on the speakers.  Hit the jump for the Silent Hills teaser.

Teaser via Kotaku:




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  • Yurine

    The demo fucked me up, I wonder if the game is going to kill me.

  • Ari

    Guillermo del Toro is the new ‘produced by Steven Spielberg’ mark of shame in any project he’s involved. What a greedy fat nerd…

    • DeathoftheEndless7

      Producers give people money to make movies. Greedy indeed.

      • John

        According to interviews, the only project where del Toro’s role was purely financial was Splice. He usually either takes on an advisory creative role in a new filmmaker’s debut (Julia’s Eyes, The Book of Life) or hands projects of his own that he doesn’t have time for to new filmmakers (Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Beauty and the Beast).

        He’s been vocal about his desire to get involved in video games for years, so not sure what this “mark of shame” bloke is on about. Hopefully Kojima’s involvement means Silent Hills won’t go the way of Sundown and Insane.

      • John

        According to interviews, the only project where del Toro’s role was purely financial was Splice. He usually either takes on an advisory creative role in a new filmmaker’s debut (Julia’s Eyes, The Book of Life) or hands projects of his own that he doesn’t have time for to new filmmakers (Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Beauty and the Beast).

        He’s been vocal about his desire to get involved in video games for years, so not sure what this “mark of shame” bloke is on about. Hopefully Kojima’s involvement means Silent Hills won’t go the way of Sundown and Insane.

      • John

        According to interviews, the only project where del Toro’s role was purely financial was Splice. He usually either takes on an advisory creative role in a new filmmaker’s debut (Julia’s Eyes, The Book of Life) or hands projects of his own that he doesn’t have time for to new filmmakers (Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Beauty and the Beast).

        He’s been vocal about his desire to get involved in video games for years, so not sure what this “mark of shame” bloke is on about. Hopefully Kojima’s involvement means Silent Hills won’t go the way of Sundown and Insane.

    • DeathoftheEndless7

      Producers give people money to make movies. Greedy indeed.

  • Sterling

    Was it just me, or was that one of the most annoying voices and commentary you’ve ever heard?

    • LEM

      It was mental.

      • Grendal Sven

        That bitch’s voice gave me a headache! It took me a minute to figure out she was a commentator.

  • LEM

    It can’t be any worse than “Walking Dead:Survival Instinct”.

  • LordWankerton

    Pip pip cheerio that was smashing baby completely mental it makes me randy.

  • Grendal Sven

    I’m throwing my money at the screen but nothing is happening! Make it happen, NOW!

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