The P.T. “interactive teaser” used to announce Silent Hills has been seriously effective both as an example of clever marketing and as a solid, standalone horror game that was terrifying before the world gleefully discovered its true purpose. Or, at least it is until you run into stuff like this.
In this video from YouTuber NSX Hosni, we’re treated to a more humorous side to the otherwise deeply unnerving game that can only be experienced when one of its best scares decides to break.
If you’re in dire need of more Silent Hills reading material, you can check out our list of reasons why you should be excited for it. If you fear you may have missed out on some major news to come out of Gamescom last week (there was a lot), you can use our rundown of the biggest horror headlines from the event to get caught up.
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