Neoseeker : News : Three Silent Hill games releasing in first quarter of 2012
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THM Nov 3, 11
Oh..Man..You know, I'm a survival horror fan..I can't wait for all...I'm surprised that Silent Hill HD Collection doesn't have Silent Hill 4 which I didn't finished because of the bug in my game disc. Plus, at some point in the future, Konami ought to re-make Silent Hill 1 on HD!!

For Book of Memories, I think it'll be like 'Killzone: Liberation' on PSP.

For 'Downpour', I really need it to play in the hot Sydney Summer

Roll on 2012!!!
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galerianx Nov 3, 11
Really January?! gahh
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Cain_Kousei_69 Nov 3, 11
The only good thing is the HD Collection, I'd buy that.
Book of Memories looks like a bland shooter not survival horror.
Downpour just looks like Alan wake 2.0.
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DarshD Nov 4, 11
I'm sooo getting the Silent Hill HD collection! Couldn't find it on PS2 here, hope it'll be released as both retail & DLC.
I'm also getting Downpour, because it has the SH:Shattered Memories RPG elements & it'll be something new
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DedValve Nov 4, 11
I'm skeptical about Downpour, Book of Memories isn't even Silent Hill but hey if Resident Evil Outbreak could pull off co-op while still staying RE then I won't completely blow this off.

HD collection is a must buy. Can't wait to get my hands on that.
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DarshD Nov 4, 11
quote Ded Valve
I'm skeptical about Downpour, Book of Memories isn't even Silent Hill but hey if Resident Evil Outbreak could pull off co-op while still staying RE then I won't completely blow this off.

HD collection is a must buy. Can't wait to get my hands on that.
Yup, SH HD is the BEST thing Konami ever did SH2 & SH3 are worth it!
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