Silent Hill 1 Walkthrough Part 15 – PS1 – Good Ending – HD – Kaufmann Side Quest!
Saving Dr. Kaufmann from a monster in “Annie’s Bar” is important, afterwards use the code 0473 to enter the “Indian Runner”. Inside is a safe key as well as another code – 0886. Go to Norman’s motel and get the “magnet”, then to room 03 nearby and use the magnet to get the “motorbike key” under the moveable drawer. Finally go back to where the magnet was and go into the garage where the motorcycle is to get the vial.
Silent Hill 1, the Playstation 1 survival horror King is a game I am well aware of, but outside of watching others play – and the demo, I have no experience with. A somewhat blind playthrough if you will, but unsurprisingly… having some knowledge of Silent Hill 1 doesn’t make it any less horrible to play. One of the few game series that truly scares me enough to turn the game off. Silent Hill’s walkthrough will go down in history on my channel as a giant achievement for myself, and should I brave this game to its credits, then maybe I can grow the stones to play future Silent Hill’s, and someday even Fatal Frame. Right now, let’s focus on Silent Hill 1.
Like Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill is a late generation Playstation 1 title that managed to blow away gamers everywhere. I could tell from the moment I touched the demo it was going to be special. Didn’t expect it to be as scary and claustrophobic as it turned out to be, however. Props to Team Silent or their masterful talent in creating a fantastic and legendary game.
I recorded this on ePSXe 2.0.5 and as you can see, it looks sharp and beautiful. Fully recommend for anyone that has the censored Irish and UK version. This is how Silent Hill should be played.
This Silent Hill walkthrough will be the Good Ending as I hear from fans it makes the most sense as being the canon ending, and canon means a lot to me.
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