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Silent Hill 4: The Room gets a digital resurrection on GOG

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Silent Hill 4: The Room has returned to PC, which would have been a surprise if it hadn't already appeared on the PEGI website (opens in new tab). I'm pretty sure rating sites solely exist to leak games now—I'm not complaining, as it makes my job a lot easier. 

Anyway! Like the trio of Metal Gears that arrived a week ago, Konami has rereleased Silent Hill 4 via GOG (opens in new tab), where you can pick it up for $9.50. And once again it looks like a pretty straightforward digital port, though it's aged pretty well in the 16 years since it launched. 

It's a bit of a weird one, at times evoking the classic Silent Hills, but also stripping out tricky puzzles and splitting the game between third and first-person perspectives. It's clunky and terrifying and you will get very annoyed with the inventory system. The premise of a man trapped in an apartment that also contains portals to a fucked up alternate reality is a good 'un, though, and for less than 10 bucks it's worth a punt. 

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord (opens in new tab) has also arrived on GOG, with a 20 percent discount, and if you grab it before the end of GOG's 12th anniversary sale (opens in new tab) on October 9, you'll also get a free copy of the original Mount & Blade. 

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