Silent Hills Taking A Page From H.G. Wells And Orson Welles
When you don't have a ton of details about an upcoming game, sometimes you have to do some translation.
Here's a clip of a creepy Swedish radio broadcast that describes a world that is, evidently, rife with aliens. Those who have heard about the famous Orson Welles radio performance from October 30, 1938 should take note.
"The radio drama from 75 years ago was the truth," so says the video, and the timeline does match up with Welles' performance. The latter generated mass panic when the US listening audience thought it was a real newscast; in fact, it was a piece of fiction based on HG Wells' 1898 classic sci-fi novel, "The War of the Worlds." In the new "Silent Hills" games, it seems the focus will be on aliens:
"They are here, on our Earth. And they oversee and see all. Don't trust the news. Don't trust the police. They are already controlled by them. So has it been for 75 years now."
8/20/2014 10:30:39 PM Ben Dutka