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Silent Hell:Intro/preview

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Jul 6, 2005 | 7:46 AM EDT

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i just wacthed it 5 times without realizing
but im a forbidden siren fan


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm looking forward to it :)

Even though it's gonna be like Silent Hill, I don't Care, I care for how good it is, not how often it's been used


Rated 1 / 5 stars

The hell?

I was all excited about seeing a flash related to Silent Hill and you didn't do anything with it!

The ONLY original thing in this flash (and barely original at that) is that you named it "Silent Hell".

You changed ONE letter, and then ripped this right from the beginning of SH2. There was no animation even, just text scrolling.

If you're trying to make it original, then make it original. Come up with a decent name, and stop ripping stuff from games that got it right. If not then state that this is simply a tribute to SH2 and that's all. Even then, it's pretty boring to watch for anyone who has played the game(s).


Rated 2 / 5 stars

What was that?

I really like Silent Hill 2, but that was just the same thing as the game was, it wasn't funny or very interesting (unless you've never played the game). And I think you dragged a little at the end, because the words that were being said wern't timed right with the text. There wasn't very much animation either, just pictures, text, and fog. Oh well, even if I didn't like it, it's nice to see someone make a silent hill movie (because their aren't many of them).


Rated 2 / 5 stars

I liked the shots

You got some harsh reviews mainly because, you're taking something straight out of another person's copyrighted work. You took the exact words, music, everything....which really isn't cool. Even if you're only doing it in the intro. I did like the pictures you created tho, nice mirror effect. It just dragged on at the end....and I wasn't sure if it was over or not. If you're going to print the words the announcer is saying, have them coincide with when they're being spoken. That just seemed sloppy.