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Silent Hill HD Collection finally patched on PS3


Hey, remember Silent Hill HD Collection? It was released back in March and it was despicably disgraceful. Well, it's now July, so it's as ripe a time as ever to patch the PS3 version and bring it up to a standard that might be considered acceptable. 

The patch improves frame rate, voice syncing, and fog density, as well as missing music. A number of small audio and graphical improvements have also been made. 

I'm still in awe that Konami took the simplest quick-buck option it had -- an HD re-release of two great Silent Hill games -- and somehow found a way to completely f*ck it up. Even for Konami, it was an amazing mistake. Just ... wow.

Silent Hill HD Collection finally gets PS3 patch [Eurogamer]

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