Pixel Gate UK turns a negative into a positive by looking at the further effects of Silent Hills cancellation:
''Silent Hills, the game that looked set to do what Konami had been trying to do for years, is now officially dead…and that’s great news. It might surprise some people that there’s at least one person whose happy about the cancellation, but I have my reasons, and none of them are ill willed. Silent Hills was always going to be a victim of it’s own success, well specifically P.T’s success, cast firmly in the shadow of expectation of a industry that is unashamedly fickle.''
Hopefully it'll allow Kojima and Del Toro to make their own horror game on par with or scarier than PT.
The crazy thing is that people are actually canceling their MGSV pre-orders or saying they're going to buy used instead because this game got canceled, which is beyond stupid. The people who are doing that are causing more harm to people that spent years involved in making that game than good. They honestly think that just because they buy MGSV used (or not at all) it's somehow going to hurt Konami which is laughable. Hate to break it to you people, but Konami makes more money in Japanese pachhinko machines than in the traditional gaming market.
Why is it a good thing?honestly i think it's not.I'm pretty pissed actually
about the whole situation with Kojima and now not knowing if MGS:PP
is going to deliver a SOLID SNAKE experience.
No its not.