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Main Menu (after finishing the game once)
How the nightmare begins...
Before the game actually starts, you play a part through your nightmare, a part of your future.
Heather, female protagonist of the game.
It all started with an appearance of a strange detective that needed to speak with you (note that the shirt Heather's wearing can only appear once you've finished the game).
The strange red symbols mark places where you can save your game status.
Roaming through your inventory.
Escaping through the back window of the ladies' room.
Running through a tight back alley (hence blurred picture).
Heather's first confrontation with a monster.
Storage rooms are known to have so well needed supplies.
Once you kill some creature, it will stay there for as long as you play. No matter if new ones appear, the body count will just increase.
Unless you're playing on easy, watch out for stepping near the edges.
Your first boss fight will be with a familiar creature from the originator of the series.
The use of light will attract the monsters, but will also help you aim more precise.
Heather will doodle across the maps she'll have, so you'll always know if there's something of interest in any of the rooms.
Watch out for the trains in the subway. They appear when you least expect it.
Cinematics are very detailed, yet they don't seem to step out from the actual ingame graphic. Truth is, ingame graphic is that good, actually.
Entering your appartment. Keys are automatically used on locked doors.
Solving some puzzles.
Look, someone left handgun bullets on a bookstore counter.
Be prepared to meet very few but weird characters on their own.
Following the footsteps of your next target.
Heather, in her room.
Although in most of the rooms you'll be able to use 3D camera controls, some backgrounds will be there as static.
Claudia will be one intriguing character that you'll need to remember your connection with.
Alternate world is always much more gruesome than the normal one you're in, but accept you'll be in it a lot.
Town of Silent Hill will still look pretty much the same, foggy and very familiar, but with new creatures roaming the streets.
Driving towards the Silent Hill. Rain effects on a car are nicely done.
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