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Silent Hill HD Collection by Konami




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Violence
Silent Hill HD Collection is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 33.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Action , Horror

Product Details:

Silent Hill Re-Mastered Collection combines two classic spine-chilling Silent Hill titles from the past and brings them to the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360. Introducing Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3 with enhancements including true high-definition graphics, this offering gives new fans and old fans the opportunity to experience the early era of Silent Hill as a true genre-defining experience with the added value of two games.

Silent Hill 2 follows the sad story of James Sunderland as he woefully enters the sleepy town by a mysterious letter from his deceased wife. Seeking the chance to see her again beckoned by guilt and remorse, he stumbles upon his these fears manifested through unseen evil and ominous characters leading him to the asylum of another world. The fight against the truth that his wife has died, James must escape the lumbering demon Red Pyramid (a.k.a Pyramid Head) along with his mystified fears that have taken the form of living monsters within the haze that is Silent Hill.

Serving as a sequel to the original Silent Hill game, Silent Hill 3 centers on the forces of the demonic cult that spreads the insanity of the otherworld through Claudia, a cult member attempting to bring Harry Mason's daughter, Heather, into Silent Hill. With a subplot and themes involving the loss of innocence and childhood, a web of intrigue is spun by Claudia with intentions to birth a new god.

Key Features

  • Experience the two classic Silent Hill titles Silent Hill 2 & Silent Hill 3, that defined the Survival Horror genre in its early inception
  • Both titles re-mastered to HD at 720p for improved graphics
  • Completely updated in-game voiceover directed by series vocalist Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and soundtrack score enhancing the storytelling and ambient music within each re-mastered game
  • Full PlayStation Network Trophies support integration
  • Silent Hill 2 & Silent Hill 3 critical acclaim from the previous console generation

Game Informer Rating:

Rated 8.0 out of 10 by Game Informer.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from I love Silent Hill games but..... I love any Silent Hill games, but I feel like I wasted my money on this collection. I had fun playing the games, but once I really get into the game it bugs out. I heard the monsters coming, but my game is frozen. Other than that, I loved it!
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hardly Had Any Problems For Me I heard that the HD collection contains many bugs and errors, but while playing the two games, only one problem occurred for me. A few hours into SH3, the cut scenes got a little buggy. heather will be moving her lips and not saying anything, or she will be saying something but her lips will not move. That's the only problem that I had, and it's only a little bothersome. Overall, it's a great collection, if it works. See if you can get it new, because I got mine new and it didn't have any bugs. Also, there might be a patch for it but I'm not sure.
Date published: 2015-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from SH2 has been fixed. Silent Hill 2 has been fixed after many patches. The lip sync is on now (Even though I use the Old Voice acting), there are no more frame rate drops, and the fog looks much better. I can't say the same for SH3. Silent Hill 3 on the PS3 is still awful!
Date published: 2015-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game for horror fans but with minor issues As a big psychological horror fan and a huge fan of the Silent Hill series I was really glad to see this happen and was not disappointed at the release except for the early issues that came with it. Before the patch was released it almost seemed like the dev team did not even test the game before it was released considering the FPS had horrible lag and drop problems and the fog was basically transparent in SH2 but once it was out most of the problems were fixed and now go completely unnoticed by most people. This game is great for old fans of the franchise and anyone who is new to Silent Hill or the horror genre, having a great story for both and difficulty levels to match the skills for any player. My recommendation is that if your are a horror fan or want to get into the horror genre you should pick this up but only if you have PSN/Internet on your PS3 to be able to get the patch because if not you will experience all of the original bugs/glitches of the initial release and it will end up not being a very favorable experience.
Date published: 2014-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like your games. Your games are the bomb and I go there all the time. And me and my dad go there every day ever since I was a kid
Date published: 2014-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome Horror Game Collection! This collection is a great way for people to replay these horror games in HD upscale or for those who haven't played the originals, to finally play them for less. First thing to remember about this is that it is just an HD upscale to the newer platforms, so essentially they are the same game at their core, though a few new features are added (such as new voices). If you like the old style horror gameplay where you have minimal aiming of firearms and slightly clunky controls you'll like the gameplay which I personally like, it makes it more about survival than combat. If you don't then I wouldn't recommend this collection to you, though they are still good games. The only thing that could have made this better would be to include Silent Hill 4, but due to space constraints and pricing that wasn't possible. All in all, a very nice PS2 Collection in HD.
Date published: 2014-01-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needs some more work to actually be a collection Silent Hill 2 and 3 were the greatest games of the series. So what did Tomm Hulett, associate producer for Konami do with them? He put them in a collection, of course. But what exactly is missing here? Well, they're both beta game versions since Konami lost the originals, and are plagued with bugs. Silent Hill 1 and 4 are absent as well. Even if people didn't like Silent Hill 4 that much, you would still need to include it in the collection be complete. The first Silent Hill was a PlayStation game, so I can understand the difficulty in porting it. When I played through Silent Hill 3, I noticed the part where you need to mix bleach and the other chemical in the bucket to drive off the bugs wasn't even there. I could examine the fan switch, but this part was gone entirely. The graphics are possibly the only strong point of this. They do look much better than the originals. The soundtrack is the same, yet some actually sound effects in the game are missing. When James walks down the corridor in the apartments after getting the handgun, you're supposed to hear a scream. But you don't hear it in the HD version. The new voices aren't that great either. It sounds like all the voice actors gargled nails and drank acid before doing the role. The only new voice I liked was Troy Baker for James. The gameplay is similar to the originals, except you can actually move the camera this time. This means a lot of things that the original developers didn't want you seeing- they're visible now. Some of the fog was removed as well in cutscenes, and you can see where the game world ends in one of them. The game does, however, to some extent, manage to capture the feel of the original games. This is not the best form of which to experience these games, so I recommend picking up the originals (if you can find them) and playing them through before going with this one, if you still want to by that time.
Date published: 2013-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from An abomination by every means of the word. The silent HD collection is the worst HD collection ever released as a video game. From the partially fixed technical issues by the patches released, to the lack of unlockables from the originals,to the changes in voice acting,glitches,texture issues,and numerous other complaints. The point is that the HD collection is abysmal to the original versions in every way. And remember if you play this game,you didn't play silent hill. Just play the originals on PC, or else buy a ps2. But do not by any means purchase this collection. Unless of course you're a huge silent hill fan and would like to see close up comparisons to your superior games, and possibly get some trophies or achievments for your troubles, that is...... if you can withstand the torture of this trainwreck.
Date published: 2013-07-09
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