Silent Hill: The Terror Engine
by Bernard Perron
Publisher: University of Michigan Press 2011
Number of pages: 172
Silent Hill: The Terror Engine, the second of the two inaugural studies in the Landmark Video Games series from series editors Mark J. P. Wolf and Bernard Perron, is both a close analysis of the first three Silent Hill games and a general look at the whole series.
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