Silent Hill: Homecoming Spooks Up Steam Release, Finally!

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Hey PC gamers! Remember when Silent Hill: Homecoming was supposed to launch on Steam the same day it shipped for PS3 and Xbox 360? Yep, that was back on September 30th, and while the console versions came out without a hitch, the PC version was nowhere to be seen and has since remained mysteriously missing in action. But today comes with good news for all you horror fans out there, as the latest installment in Konami’s venerable survival-horror franchise finally makes its debut on Steam. To make up for the delay, a 10% discount is also being offered to those who purchase the title within the next five days. Not much, but it’s better than nothing.

I have no clue how well Homecoming adapts to the mouse-and-keyboard world of PC gaming, but I sure enjoyed it on consoles. Check out my review of the Xbox 360 version from last week for more.

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