تپه خموش یک سری بازی رایانهای در ژانر ترس و بقا است که توسط کیچیرو تویاما خلق و توسط شرکت کونامی منتشر شده است. نخستین بازی از این مجموعه در سال ۱۹۹۹ منتشر شدهاست. طراحی و ساخت این بازی را گروهی با نام تیم Silent (ساکت) که در داخل شرکت کونامی ایجاد شده بود برعهده گرفت و چهار بازی اول این سری را تولید کرد. تپه خاموش ۲ در سال ۲۰۰۱، تپه خاموش ۳ در سال ۲۰۰۳، و تپه خاموش ۴: اتاق، در سال ۲۰۰۴ منتشر شد. از ویژگیهای بارز این مجموعه، سناریوی منسجم، داستانی مبتنی بر نشانههای روانشناختی، و وحشتآفرینی عمیق است. شهر تپه خاموش نام شهری است متروک که تاریخچه آن را میتوان در لابهلای کتابها و خاطراتی که در نقطههای خاصی از این شهر پراکنده هستند مطالعه کرد. اکیدا توصیه می شود که افراد زیر ۱۸ سال از انجام این بازی پرهیز کنند.
داستان های روانشناختی و احساسی بازی معمولا حول محور شخصیت اصلی بازی است و معمولا در میان مبارزه با هیولاهای متفاوت و خاص این مجموعه بازی، مطلع می شویم که وی درگیری احساسی خاصی در ذهن خود دارد و دائما تصاویری از گذشته و خاطرات او را می بینیم که نشان می دهد شخصیت اصلی گذشته خود را به یاد می آورد و عمدتا این درگیری های احساسی به خاطر احساس گناهی است که او از کار خطایی در گذشته گرفتار آن شده است. حال این احساسات به زیبایی در بازی نمایان می شود. مثلا افراد بیگناهی که مورد ظلم شخصیت اصلی بوده اند در بازی به شخصیت پشت پرده همه خرابی ها تبدیل می شوند، یا خاطرات با اسباب بازی های خونی و نوشته هایی روی دیوار ها پدیدار می شوند و در بعضی از صحنه ها با شکنجه افرادی از تپه خاموش رو به رو می شویم که دستی در ایجاد این آشوب ها دارند ولی در میان راه از عمل خود پشیمان شده اند. این سری از بازی ها شدیدا بر پایه داستان بازی بنا شده اند و داستان بازی را میتوان مهم ترین عنصر زیبایی بازی دانست و یک عامل برای اثبات این ادعا این است که در هر قسمت از این بازی که بعد از قسمت قبلی خود منتشر می شد، غنی تر کردن داستان بازی بیشتر از ارتقای فنی، سبک بازی و گرافیک آن مورد نظر بوده است. این مجموعه شامل نسخه های یک تا چهار به علاوه نسخه بازگشت به خانه می باشد.
Main article: Silent Hill (video game)
Silent Hill is the first installment in the series and was released in 1999 for the PlayStation. In 2009, the game became available for download from the European PlayStation Network store for the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Portable and later, in the same year, from the North American PlayStation Network store. Silent Hill follows Harry Mason as he searches for his missing adopted daughter in the mysterious town of Silent Hill. Stumbling upon a cult conducting a ritual to revive a deity it worships, Harry discovers his daughter’s true origin. Multiple game endings are possible, depending on in-game actions taken by the player.
Silent Hill 2
Main article: Silent Hill 2
Silent Hill 2 is the second installment in the series and was released in September 2001 for the PlayStation 2. An extended version of the game was released for the Xbox in December of the same year as Silent Hill 2: Restless Dreams in North America and Silent Hill 2: Inner Fears in Europe, and for the PlayStation 2 in 2002 as Silent Hill 2: Director’s Cut, with a port of Director’s Cut to Microsoft Windows released in December 2002. A high-definition re-release of Silent Hill 2 was released for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 on March 20, 2012 as part of Silent Hill HD Collection. Silent Hill 2 follows James Sunderland as he searches for his deceased wife in Silent Hill after having received a letter from her informing him that she is waiting for him there. After searching in and exploring the mysterious town, he ultimately realizes her death’s true cause.
Silent Hill 3
Main article: Silent Hill 3
Silent Hill 3 is the third installment in the series and was released in May 2003 for the PlayStation 2, with a port to “Microsoft Windows” released in October of the same year. Silent Hill 3 is a direct sequel to the first installment in the series. A high-definition re-release of Silent Hill 3 was released for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 on March 20, 2012 as part of Silent Hill HD Collection. Silent Hill 3 follows a teenaged girl named Heather as she becomes caught in a conflict within Silent Hill’s cult and discovers her true origin.
Silent Hill 4: The Room
Main article: Silent Hill 4: The Room
Silent Hill 4: The Room is the fourth installment and was released in 2004 for the PS2, the Xbox and Microsoft Windows. The game follows Henry Townshend, who finds himself locked in his apartment as strange phenomena begin to unfold around him and other residents of the building. Originally not intended to be part of the franchise, Silent Hill 4 marked the ending of Team Silent’s contributions to the series.
Silent Hill: Origins
Main article: Silent Hill: Origins
The fifth installment, Silent Hill: Origins, known as Silent Hill Zero in Japan, was developed by Climax Studios and released in 2007 for the PSP, with a port for the PS2 released in 2008.It is a prequel with a plot that features Travis Grady, who becomes trapped in Silent Hill after rescuing a girl from a burning house. During his quest to find the fate of the burned girl, he encounters characters from previous installments and is forced to face his past.
Silent Hill: Homecoming
Main article: Silent Hill: Homecoming
The sixth installment, Silent Hill: Homecoming, was developed by Double Helix Games and released in 2008 for the PS3 and the Xbox 360 and in 2009 for Microsoft Windows. The plot follows Alex Shepherd, a soldier who has returned from a war overseas. Alex discovers upon his arrival that his father has gone missing, his mother has become catatonic, and no one can provide the whereabouts of his younger brother, Joshua. The game chronicles Alex’s search to find his missing brother.
Silent Hill: The Arcade
The arcade game Silent Hill:Silent Hill: The Arcade is an arcade game spin off of the survival horror video game series Silent Hill developed by Konami. The Arcade was first revealed at the 2007 Japan Arcade Operator’s Union trade show by Konami. The game was eventually released in Japan in August 2007, and during 2008 in Europe. The game PC version was released online in march 2014.
Being a rail shooter, Silent Hill: The Arcade is a large departure from the normal survival horror mechanics of the main series. Silent Hill: The Arcade deals with two characters, Eric and Tina, who have entered the town of Silent Hill and must battle monsters while uncovering the mystery behind Eric’s nightmares about a girl and a steamship.
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
Main article: Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
The seventh installment, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, was developed by Climax Studios and published by Konami Digital Entertainment for the Wii in December 2009, with ports for the PlayStation 2 and the PlayStation Portable released in January 2010. The game is a reimagining of the first installment and is not part of the Silent Hill canon. Shattered Memories retains the premise of the original game—Harry Mason’s quest to find his missing daughter in the American town of Silent Hill—but is set in a different fictional universe, following a different plot, with characters from the first game appearing altered alongside new ones. Gameplay takes place in two parts: a framing, first-person psychotherapy session with an unseen patient and an over-the-shoulder perspective of Harry’s journey through Silent Hill, periodically interrupted by the occurrence of a shift to an alternate dimension where he is pursued by monsters. Five endings are available, their achievement being based on in-game actions taken by the player, including a joke ending: all reveal Harry and his quest to be a fantasy of his daughter who is the adult session patient, caused by her denial of his death which occurred years ago; depending on the ending achieved, she either accepts his death and dismisses the fantasy or clings to the latter; afterwards, character traits of Harry and his family, which are subject to change in each playthrough of the game according to player in-game actions, from a period when he was alive, are depicted in a video clip.
Shattered Memories’ gameplay focuses on completion of psychological tests which alter in-game elements, while in the first setting, and exploration, puzzle solving, and monster evasion, when in the second setting. The game’s developers avoided integrating combat into the second setting’s gameplay, centering instead on a weaponless player character attempting to rescue themselves from powerful opponents, as they considered this to be more fear-inducing. The game received generally positive reviews, with its graphics, storyline, voice acting, soundtrack, and use of the Wii Remote as the Wii version’s controller praised by reviewers; Shattered Memories’ chase sequences and duration, though, were criticized by certain reviewers, because they deemed them potentially frustrating and short, respectively.
Silent Hill: Downpour
Main article: Silent Hill: Downpour
The eighth installment in the series, titled Silent Hill: Downpour, was announced in April 2010 and released by Vatra Games for the PS3 and Xbox 360 on March 13, 2012. The plot follows player character Murphy Pendleton, a prisoner who is stranded in Silent Hill after the prison transport vehicle he is being transported with careens off a road. It is the first game in the series to feature 3D (stereoscopic) graphics.
Silent Hill: HD Collection
Silent Hill HD Collection is a HD re-release of Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, featuring high-resolution visuals, new sounds, new voices and Trophies/Achievements for both games. Silent Hill 2 features the exclusive option to use both the old and new voices; however, Silent Hill 3 features only a new voice track, with the old voices unavailable due to legal reasons. Silent Hill 2 features both the main scenario and the sub-scenario for Maria seen in later re-releases, namely the Director’s Cut. This pack is also the first time Silent Hill 3 is playable on an Xbox brand console, as while Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 4 were released on Xbox, Silent Hill 3 was cancelled on the platform. The collection got mixed to negative reviews due to severe issues with both games, such as severe framerate problems, lockups and more. While the PlayStation 3 version was patched, the Xbox 360 patch was cancelled and Konami offered refunds to all Xbox 360 owners of the game.
Silent Hill: Book of Memories
Main article: Silent Hill: Book of Memories
The ninth installment of the series, titled Silent Hill: Book of Memories, was released in October 2012 for the PlayStation Vita. The RPG game, also serving as a spin-off, was developed by WayForward Technologies. Book of Memories utilizes an overhead isometric view, follows a new storyline and features returning creatures from the series’ fictional universe, as well as cooperative gameplay; the game is the first installment in the series to feature multiplayer gameplay. According to series producer Tomm Hulett, Book of Memories’ gameplay “will be largely different from the one established in previous installments in the series, focusing on cooperative multiplayer action rather than traditional psychological horror.”
OS: Windows XP/Vista
Processor: Pentium 4 @ 2.8 GHz (3.2 GHz for Vista)
Memory: 1 GB
Hard Drive: 10 GB Free
Video Memory: 256 MB (nVidia GeForce 7800 GT/ATI Radeon X1950)
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