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Posted on Friday, January 13 @ 13:50:00 PST by

After a concerning delay on Silent Hill HD Collection, Konami has finally released new dates for three Silent Hill titles, all slated for March.

Silent Hill HD Collection, featuring re-mastered, newly voiced versions of Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3, will be released March 6th.

Silent Hill: Downpour arrives March 13th and follows the convicted felon Murphy Pendleton as he explores the mystery of the foggy land, which "is the most expansive Silent Hill to date".

Silent Hill: Book of Memories for PS Vita has a stranger premise, which has players see their entire life story prescribed in a book that they can alter, thereby creating an ideal history. Releasing March 27th, it will also support multiplayer and cooperative modes.
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