All's well that ends well, really. Alright, so we didn't get Silent Hills in the end, but Hideo Kojima has returned to the limelight, and Death Stranding comfortably looks like one of the most fascinating projects in Sony's portfolio. Heck, it's even got actor Norman Reedus and director Guillermo del Toro in it – two people who...
Silent Hills is dead, long live Silent Hills
Silent Hills is as dead as a doornail, but that doesn't mean that game directors Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro won't be working together anymore. In fact, the two are already sharing ideas and planning a new game. "I love working with Kojima-san. We are still in touch," del Toro told IGN. "We are...
Director breaks silence on canned PS4 title
Guillermo del Toro, the famed Mexican film director behind acclaimed flicks such as Pan's Labyrinth, has broken his silence on, er, Silent Hills in an interview with IGN. Regular readers will know that Konami ruthlessly killed the promising PlayStation 4 survival horror earlier in the year – and no one...
"It breaks my greasy heart"
Two titles are dominating the headlines this weekend for polar opposite reasons: Call of Duty: Black Ops III for its impending announcement – and Silent Hills for its seemingly inevitable cancellation. Hot on the heels of demo P.T.'s imminent removal from the PlayStation Store, acclaimed film director Guillermo del Toro...
Famed director Guillermo del Toro's debut video game inSANE is not in development at THQ anymore for, well, obvious reasons. But that hasn’t stopped the high-profile movie maker from shopping the title around to other publishers, with one “very, very big company” purportedly showing interest in the project. "We are in talks with a...
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