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Submitted by Aclay 1097d ago | opinion piece

The Five Things Silent Hill Downpour Got Right

1UP- March 2012 became known as Konami's "Month of Horror", with three major Silent Hill entires set to spook series fans and newcomers alike: Silent Hill HD Collection and Silent Hill: Downpour on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, and Silent Hill: Book of Memories for the recently released Playstation Vita.

Unfortunately, March turned into a "Month of Disappointment" for many fans with Book of Memories' release pushed back to a vague "Spring 2012" while the much anticipated HD Collection turned out to be a technical downgrade instead of the high-definition upgrade fans were promised. But some would say that being disappointed by a release isn't anything new for Silent Hill fans; for many, it's even expected. (PS3, Silent Hill: Downpour, Xbox 360)

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