Konami decided to delay Silent Hill HD Collection once again, but March keeps being the Silent Hill month, as the date was pushed to March 20.
From the Press Release
KONAMI’s Silent Hill franchise has captivated fans for more than a decade selling over 6 Million copies worldwide. Silent Hill transcends media platforms being a hit comic book series, numerous soundtracks from rock icons like KORN and a favorite of fright film aficionados with the Silent Hill movie in 2006 and the upcoming sequel, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D starring Sean Bean (Eddard Stark, Game of Thrones), Carrie Ann Moss (Gertrude, Chuck), and Malcolm McDowell.
Silent Hill Highlights for March
- March 13 – Silent Hill Downpour: Double the dementia with the release of Silent Hill Downpour game and soundtrack. Silent Hill Downpour follows the story of Murphy Pendleton, a convicted felon, who finds himself trapped in Silent Hill after his prison transport bus crashes. Silent Hill Downpour is the most expansive Silent Hill to date, as players can embark on side missions, explore the town and piece more of the mystery of Silent Hill together.
- March 20 – Silent Hill HD Collection: Experience the most fearful flashback ever with the Silent Hill HD Collection. Serving as a tribute to the core Silent Hill fans by taking the most famous games of the series, Silent Hill 2 & 3, and re-mastering them in high-definition graphics and adding new voiceovers.
- March 27 – Silent Hill Book of Memories: There’s no escaping the terror the fearful final Silent Hill release, with Silent Hill Book of Memories, available exclusively for the brand new PlayStation®Vita handheld device. Silent Hill Book of Memories will torment you wherever you go. The all-new game in the Silent Hill series, with a unique premise and storyline with the story beginning with a strange book that is received; inside that book is your entire life story and all of your memories. You discover that by altering what’s written you can actually change the past. You can write your own ideal history. And for the first time ever in a Silent Hill game, it will support multiplayer, so friends can share in the fright in a co-op mode.
- Silent Hill Downpour soundtrack composed by Award-winning composer Daniel Licht, best known for his Dexter scores, and featuring the title track “Silent Hill” by Jonathan Davis, from Korn, also hits shelves.