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E3 2011: New Silent Hill HD Collection unveiled

This week has definitely been an exciting week for Silent Hill fans. Not only has Konami showed off the upcoming Silent Hill: Downpour game at E3 2011, but the publisher has also unveiled the new Silent Hill HD Collection and a new game for the Sony PS Vita called Silent Hill: Book of Memories.

As Oliver on the website notes, the Silent Hill HD Collection is due to be released for the PlayStation 3 sometime later this year, and will include both the Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3 games in one package. It will of course come with HD graphics and few enhancements as well.

According to the publisher, the two games have been completely reworked and include PlayStation Network trophies and new voice talent. Meanwhile, Silent Hill: Book of Memories will be the first Konami title to be launched on the upcoming Sony PS Vita handheld device.

The game is said to link together past and present Silent Hill events, and will feature a new story and soundtrack. As many of you will already know from previous reports, the Silent Hill: Downpour game places players in the shoes of convicted criminal Murphy Pendleton, who ends up stranded in Silent Hill.

You can view a new trailer and several screenshots of the upcoming Silent Hill: Downpour game over on the website. What do you think about the launch of a HD Collection?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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