It's safe to say that Sony played gamers magnificently when it first revealed that Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro were teaming up for Silent Hills. An innocuous-looking game called P.T. (short for Playable Trailer) emerged on the PlayStation Store and invited players to repeatedly explore a single hallway in a house full of puzzles and ridiculous jump scares. The final reveal with The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus helped people rediscover their love for the Silent Hill franchise, only for the project to be cancelled thanks to Kojima's now-famous falling out with Konami. However, with an obvious appetite for such a game, independent studios are attempting to keep the dream alive. Allison Road, which hit Kickstarter this week, aims to build on the foundations laid by P.T. and give gamers the first-person horror title they deserve.