Silent Hill HD Collection is coming to PS3 this autumn and those that are looking for the definitive way to experience two of the best PS2 games ever made in the purest form; this collection is the best way to do so.
Its been so long since I played that game and I remember these parts in the pictures. :D Can't wait for this collection.
Wait, it says "two games", and only mentions the PS2. Are they not re-mastering Silent Hill 1?
No, they're not. It would be too hard to visually upgrade a PS1 game, they would be better off doing a remake in the future.
I would love to see a remake of the first game, but I guess I'll have to wait :(
@solidsnake222 there is a remake of SH1 called Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, good game :)
Shattered memories was a "re-imagining", not a true remake. There were some different gameplay changes that didn't quite work very well, not to mention that I'm quite certain the PS2 version was a port of the Wii version. I want a 100-percent faithful remaster of the first game, complete with the original soundtrack on the Blu-Ray.
Looks fantastic. A huge visual upgrade.
nice upgrade!!! can`t wait to play these amazing games again.
hmmm, I think someone is just showing shots from the PC version. There is nothing official about that link or youtube video by random person. I'm sure it will look similar to the PC version on PS3, just locked at 720p
no, they;re not fake http://www.vg247.com/2011/0...
hmmm I tho that the games will not improve visually but I guess I was wrong the HD version looks much better it's not just a 16:9 stretching now makes much more sense to buy and enjoy this amazing games once again on your PS3 and HD TV :)
who is actually doing this HD remaster? Is it Konami or some other company?
James looks kinda cell-shaded on the HD version
lol I thought the same thing, but it's not to a point where it bothers me personally, because regardless the game looks insanely sharper.
Hm that reminds me SH 2-4 had releases on the PC...
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