Konami patches Silent Hill HD Collection
- Posted July 11th, 2012 at 09:21 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 4 Comments
Konami has finally patched the PlayStation 3 version of its Silent Hill HD Collection.
The survival horror bundle was released in March 2012 but was plagued by several nasty bugs, including dodgy voice-synching and poor frame rate.
However, Konami’s Tomm Hulett confirmed on the Silent Hill community forums that a patch is now available for download.
But what does it fix? By the sound of it, everything. Specifically, Hulett confirmed that the update remedies not only the voice-synching, but also addresses frame rate, fog density and various other audio/visual problems.
A patch for the Xbox 360 version has yet to be announced.
Silent Hill HD Collection offers spruced up versions of Silent Hill 2 and 3, and includes all-new voice overs plus Trophy and Achievement support.
Don Oliveira | Other_
- 10:55am EDT - July 11th, 2012
It's about time I just into this.... seems like the best time!
- 12:44pm EDT - July 11th, 2012
the worst thing that ever happened to Silent Hill is Tom Hulett, Team Silent gave us 4 awesome experiences I mean the real silent hill games SH1-2-3-4,when this guy appeared Team Silent's legacy turned into a mess and killed the best horror series of all time, I have the originals so I don't care about awful quality HD collection patches or whatever this guy offers.
PSgamer28 | breakend28
- 9:00pm EDT - July 11th, 2012
I agree with everything everyone above has said except for DiditalBeast's reply about RE4 It isn't crap from just a game stand point but from a true survival horror fan and true RE fan POV it is CRAP!
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