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Konami Dates Silent Hill HD Collection, Downpour, and Book of Memories

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".

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