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Bitmob: Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Review

SM is welcome reimagining not only of Silent Hill but also the long stagnant survival horror genre. It doesn't have the loftiest goals and it is far from having the scope and depth of a triple-A title, but there are so many great ideas at work that you can only imagine what it would have been with the resources of a bigger project. It's the sort of game you wish was great instead of good and that you'd loved instead of merely liked. That's still a lot more than you can say of any Silent Hill since the first three.

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