Five years after the release of PT, we take a look at five horror games inspired by the terrifying playable teaser.
Following Konami filing for a renewed Silent Hill trademark, some begin speculating that Silent Hill could be making a comeback.
Gamers who deleted the now infamous P.T. demo from their hard drives now have a way to redownload the short horror experience and get it back.
A fan-made recreation of the Silent Hills teaser P.T. created using Media Molecule's Dreams beta is making waves for its impressive faithfulness to the original demo.
A truly dedicated P.T. fan recreates the 2014 but since removed demo from scratch with VR capabilities and slight changes to certain aspects of the teaser.
After reports last week of the infamous P.T. demo from Konami being updated to be unplayable, the company reaches out to report the demo is still accessible to owners.
A recent Reddit report is making waves this Halloween night for claiming that a new "secret" patch is rendering installed versions of P.T. locked and unplayable.
The last five years has seen a resurgence in the horror genre for video games, with these 10 games standing out as the best horror games of the modern era.
Qimsar, the developer of a PC remake of Hideo Kojima's disturbing horror 'playable teaser' PT, ends development on the project after being contacted by Konami.
YouTube channel 98DEMAKE creates a playable version of the horrifying Silent Hills playable teaser P.T., if the game was made with technology from 1998.
With Konami's removal of Silent Hills' Playable Trailer known as 'P.T.' from the PlayStation Store, fans decide to remake it on PC, with one using Unreal Engine 4.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have built an impressive library of scary horror games over the years, with these 10 games the scariest you can play on the consoles.
A gamer creates unique mod for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain that shows Norman Reedus and Hideo Kojima enjoying a special moment dancing in the rain.
A fan of Silent Hills mods Norman Reedus and the ghost from P.T. into Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain for a strange reunion between the characters.
Hollywood director and friend of Hideo Kojima, Guillermo del Toro, rips into Konami on Twitter, slamming the company for its decision to cancel Silent Hills.
Chris Kesler, formerly of Lilith Ltd., announces that he will finish development of the P.T. spiritual successor Allison Road with his new studio Far From Home.
Resident Evil 7 producer Masachika Kawata discusses the upcoming game's similarities and differences to the popular Kojima-developed Silent Hills playable teaser P.T.
Filmmakers Oddest of the Odd release a short film titled 'Silent Hills P.T. in real life' on YouTube, in tribute to Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's axed Silent Hills game.
Although gamers are disappointed that Hideo Kojima's Silent Hills project is no more, longing for the cancelled game shouldn't overshadow the excitement for Kojima's next title.