Konami's canceled 'Silent Hills' featured a horror manga grasp
Konami did not simply waste the skills of famed director Guillermo del Toro when it canceled Silent Hills — it additionally tossed apart a legend of the comedian guide world. Del Toro has revealed that horror manga grasp Junji Ito (of tasks like Gyo and Hellstar Remina, above) was purported to be collaborating on the undertaking. It is unclear simply what he was engaged on, however his tastes for unnerving imagery and warped storylines are possible good clues as to what you have been going to get. And that is an actual disgrace: Ito’s strategy is an ideal match for the psychological horror of the Silent Hill collection, and he may need helped the brand new title escape the widespread tropes of the style. Let’s simply hope that Ito shapes different video games sooner or later.
JUNJI ITO, undisputed grasp of horror in Japan (together with Hino and Tsubaki) and our collaborator in SILENT HILL (S) pic.twitter.com/D9ypKBhVk5
— Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) September 27, 2015
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SOURCE: Guillermo del Toro (Twitter)
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