This week we return to the town of Silent Hill in Shattered Memories, a reimagining of Konami's survival horror original. Tell the police everything as you try to win yourself a copy.
Thanks to Konami's Aussie distributor Mindscape, we have TEN copies of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for Nintendo Wii up for grabs this week. The game's also out on Thursday on PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable, but we don't have any copies of those to give away, sadly.
Each day this week we'll be giving away two copies. But how do you win?
If you played the original Silent Hill for PlayStation, you would know the message you saw whenever you saved your game: "Someday, someone may experience these bizarre events. Hopefully they will find my notes useful."
We want to know what notes you would write about these bizarre events. You know, in the hope that someday, someone will find them useful. Leave your notes in the comments below. The most creative, wittiest and cleverest two notes left will win.
No multiple entries, please. Today's draw will remain open until midday, Wednesday April 21. The winners will be announced at 3pm Wednesday and a new draw will open.
And the winners of Monday's draw are...
Jonmokoko, whose detailed note read:
"01/05/10 Just moved to a new place called Silent Hill. Pretty quiet. Must be a public holiday. Weather currently atrocious... fog like pea soup. 02/05/10 Still nobody around. Thought I saw my dead ex-wife. Should probably get my glasses prescription checked. 03/05/10 Must try to get in touch with my landlord. It seems every time the towns siren goes off (at hugely inappropriate times I might add)my walls melt into some kind of rusty hellish mess. Probably just needs another coat of Dulux. 04/05/10 Still no sight of anyone. Might go out to a club or bar to try and meet someone later this evening. 05/05/10 This place is rubbish. Finally found a bar after stumbling through this bloody fog with a piddly little flashlight only to have the bouncer (some twat with a big Triangular hat)hack off my bloody arm and chase me down the street. Should have moved to Raccoon City..."
and Iain Andrew, who penned this letter:
"To the residents of silent hill,
My name is Harry Mason I am looking for my daughter Cheryl.
All of my attempts to communicate with most of you have been useless, so far you all seem intent on murdering me. I was trying to look past your grotesque features and violent behaviour and simply find my lost daughter but you leave me no choice!
I have baked a multitude of delicious cakes and would be happy to share them with anyone that has information of the whereabouts of my daughter.
If you wish to receive your cake in exchange for information please meet me at the hospital cafeteria.
Kind regards, Harry Mason."
Congrats, guys, I'll be in touch once the comp has wrapped up.