Silent Hill: Downpour

Global Total as of 12th Jul 2014 (units): 0.38m
Platform: PlayStation 3Also on: Xbox 360
Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment Genre: Adventure

Total Units

North America: 0.18m 48.6%
+ Europe: 0.11m 29.1%
+ Japan: 0.04m 11.5%
+ Rest of the World: 0.04m 10.7%
= Global 0.38m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Silent Hill: Downpour Konami Digital EntertainmentNorth America13th March 2012Retail
Silent Hill: Downpour Konami Digital EntertainmentEurope30th March 2012Retail
Silent Hill: Downpour Konami Digital EntertainmentJapan08th November 2012Retail

Game Overview

Silent Hill: Downpour is a survival horror adventure for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was developed by Vatra Games and published by Konami Digital Entertainment.

The game was released in North America on March 13, 2012, and in Europe on March 30, 2012. Downpour was not released in Japan.

http://gamewise.co/games/34745/Silent-Hill-Downpour

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Comments

vodkasosa1000 (on 20 July 2013)
why are the sales so low? I thought
silent hill is the 2nd most popular
horror game.
Monteblanco (on 16 June 2012)
Just finished the game and, to my
surprise, it was pretty good. Despite
some lost frames in the second part of
the game, this was a solid Silent Hill
title. Too bad it didn't made a bigger
impact.
Heavenly_King (on 09 May 2012)
This game surprised me in a good way. I
bought last week for 20 bucks and I was
amazed by how well they capture the
essence of previous Silent Hill games.
I have to admit that the monster design
is quite meh, and that the camera while
you are fighting can be a bit
schizophrenic, but overall the game is
really great. The graphics can be a bit
of a letdown if you are expecting to be
awed like with Silent hill 3 or the room
graphics by the time they were released
on PS2. But they get the job
done.

My score: 8.5/10
-girgosz- (on 03 May 2012)
AngryAztec: Have you senn The Journey
sales?
AngryAztec (on 26 April 2012)
It's kinda depressing to see that the
current batch of "core gamers" these
days are more willing to support
craptacular franchises like CoD and
it's yearly "upgrades" (basically
they pay full price for new maps and
slightly enhanced version of the game
they already owned), than to support
games that try to deliver a rich gaming
experience. Silent Hill: Downpour bad
sales sends the wrong message. That
gamers want action and nothing but
action games. Too many twitch gamers
these days.
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