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Submitted by Pozzle 1152d ago | interview

Guy Cihi clears the air regarding the Silent Hill HD Collection

The Horrorcast gets the chance to interview Guy Cihi, the original voice actor for James Sunderland in Silent Hill 2. (Guy Cihi, PC, PS2, PS3, Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill HD Collection, Xbox 360)

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SLLCKGT  +   1152d ago
As much I love SH2 I can never play it again. Same with Fatal Frame. Too much for a second play through
n4gisatroll  +   1152d ago
You are insane. Sh2 is a classic. It's like someone saying, they can't watch a great movie again, because it was made 10 years ago. It's asinine not to play it again in hd.
HarryMasonHerpderp  +   1152d ago
Awesome interview,was just picturing james
when guy was talking =)
whothedog  +   1152d ago
I loved SH2, gave me some interesting dreams.
Knushwood Butt  +   1152d ago
Interesting interview.

I'm only interested in playing the HD version with the original voices, so I'll be buying the game now.

Just hope they do the same for Silent Hill 3..

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