Think you're a big Silent Hill fan? Well you might be, but chances are you've got nothing on Whitney Chavis, whose Silent Hill collection is so big that it's actually set a Guinness World Record.
Before WayForward made the isometric multiplayer dungeon crawler, Silent Hill: Book of Memories, it had actually attempted to make a far more traditional Silent Hill adventure on DS.
This was back in 2006 before the studio worked on Contra 4. The developer didn't get beyond making a one-room prototype demo using the lead character and assets from Silent Hill 2, but you can get a vague feel for what it was going for by watching footage of this canned project on WayForward's Twitch video below (starts at about 5:30).
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Silent Hill spin-off Book of Memories will launch for PlayStation Vita on 2nd November, publisher Konami has announced.
Three separate Silent Hill titles all hit US shelves in March, publisher Konami has announced.
First up on 6th March is Silent Hill HD Collection on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, which offers remastered versions of Silent Hill 2 and 3.
That's followed on 13th March by Silent Hill: Downpour, again for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It's the latest console release in the long-running survival horror series, and the first from new developer Vatra Games. Take a look at a trailer below.
Konami US has announced release dates for three upcoming Silent Hill games.
The Silent Hill HD Collection on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (bundles remastered Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3) will be released on 24th January 2012.
PlayStation Vita game Silent Hill: Book of Memories will be released in February.
A brand new Silent Hill game, subtitled Book of Memories, is in development for Sony's NGP, publisher Konami has announced.