Silent Hill 4: The Room
Silent Hill 4: The Room
June 17, 2004
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The song "Camp Chilly Wa-Wa (Day 4)" from the soundtrack to The Pink Panther's Passport to Peril, and the song "Resting Comfortably" from the soundtrack to Silent Hill 4: The Room were both constructed from the same sample pack, "Distorted Reality 1" by Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments. You can hear two samples used to make "Resting Comfortably", called "LOST HORIZON" and "TALK BOX BEATS", while listening to "Camp Chilly Wa-Wa (Day 4)".
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The Pink Panther's Passport to Peril - "Camp Chilly Wa-Wa (Day 4)":

Silent Hill 4: The Room - "Resting Comfortably":

Silent Hill 4 sample comparison (features "LOST HORIZON"):

Spectrasonics Distorted Reality 1 (YouTube link to "TALK BOX BEATS"):
Attachment This is one of the few Silent Hill games to not include a UFO ending. A Channeling Stone can be found in the game's data, suggesting that a UFO ending was planned but was later dropped.
The game started out as a diffrent game called "Room 302." It is unknown what was changed and when the change was made, but it is believed that the Silent Hill name was added to make sure it would sell.
Attachment Walter Sullivan, the game's antagonist, was actually foreshadowed in Silent Hill 2. Walter is first mentioned in a newspaper scrap citing how he killed twins Billy and Miriam Locane, and then killing himself promptly after. This is referenced heavily in the plot of Silent Hill 4, not to mention that the enemy "Twin Victims" are personifications of the twins.

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