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P.T. Silent Hills Decoded Radio Broadcast Points at Possible Alien References
Who would have thought that originally revealed as P.T. by Hideo Kojima will turn out to be a new Silent Hill game? As the events of playable trailer unfold, it seems like Kojima has more surprises up his sleeve than we thought.
The playable trailer offers many mysteries to uncover; one of them is a radio transmission in what appears to be Swedish. Now, if the transmissions are to be believed, the game indeed has something to do with aliens or species residing outside the surface of Earth.
Here’s the decoded radio broadcast:
Close your eyes.
Let your ears listen, to the radio.
Do you hear my voice?
Can you hear your own soul’s scream?
Let us choose
My voice that tells the future
Or your tortured (inaudible)
Well, what do you choose?
You can choose.
Your life, your future.
Wise as you are you might already have discovered it.
Yes, the radio drama from 75 years ago was true.
They are here on our earth and they monitor and see all.
Don’t trust anyone. Don’t trust the police.
They are already controlled by them.
That’s the way it has been for 75 years now.
Only our best (inaudible)
You have a right. A right to become one of us.
So, welcome to our world. Very soon the gates to a new dimension will open.
Most people know that The War of the Worlds was broadcasted in 1938, around 76 years ago which seems to imply that the game will most certainly have something to do with aliens.
Of course, long-term Silent Hill fans already know that this is not the first time a Silent Hill game is having reference to alien forces.
Previous installments of the game had a couple of alien references and UFO Easter Egg endings.
To what extent Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro are planning to add aliens remain to be seen, but adding them as enemies would be a decent addition.
In related Silent Hills news, Hideo Kojima has confirmed that fans should not expect the game until 2016.