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While it's wonderful to finally have these games again, the glitchiness is an absolute nightmare. My roommate was playing SH2 the other night and had to quit because James was basically having a walking seizure and wouldn't interact with anything. The copy we bought was brand new, still shrink-wrapped and everything, so I doubt it's the disk.
I love the fact that these games have been revamped and reloved, though some of the voice actors could've been much better (Heather in particular kills me, she sounds horribly squeaky and like a bad tween girl protagonist) a few of them are solid improvements IMO (namely James, Laura and Mary Elizabeth as Maria/Mary).
A poor HD collection overall, with numerous technical issues, and arguably worse visuals than the PS2 originals, overall, thanks to poor contrast and lower resolution textures. Additionally, the original voice acting and soundtrack for SH3 aren't available here. Recent patches improved the framerate greatly, but otherwise, these are the worst versions of these games available. However, if this is your only option to experience these games, I personally think it's better than never playing them at all. In that case, I would (hesitantly) recommend this collection. Both games are playable, and even still very much enjoyable in spite of the HD collection's many, many faults.
It is ok. I remember playing both these Silent Hill games on the PS2 and how much I loved them, but playing the HD collection just seemed off. They really kind of messed up the graphics and sound on these games. It just didn't have the same appeal as back in the day. But both games are worth playing if you haven't played the originals before.
For a few months now I've been back on the Silent Hill games...we've been separated for far too long(laughing).Anyways I was going to buy this game locally and of course the store didn't have a factory sealed copy so I chose to acquire a fresh/non shelf-worn copy of the Silent Hill HD Collection. The clerk at the counter briskly warned me 'you will be disappointed',the guy seemed like a game snob so I paid no attention.
SO IS IT WORTH BUYING? Yes and no...I'll clarify. I did notice the cinematic voice overs had a slight delay but I didn't care that's not what you buy a game for but yes the originals didn't suffer this issue. The fog in your roaming environment isn't quite as thick as the original versions but it's still effective and lends atmosphere to the game. These things I can overlook in a $29.99 game bundled with two Silent Hill games that are out-of-print...my problem was Silent Hill 2.There will be off and on times in SH2 where I'll try to attack an enemy and the glitch kicks in-you can't move,attack,pause the game, or even exit out to quit the game to restart. Completely functionless. Basically you stand there like an idiot while a monster tears you to shreds. The second bug I've encountered a few times only is running-making a long sprint down a hall occasionally I've seen the character stop, more like a glitch/stutter effect. To conclude it's nice to come back and play the earlier Silent Hill games so I can't say the collection is entirely a waste of money. But when overall controller function issues kick in?yeah that's a problem there's no excuse for. It's a shame too because I've got my heart set on Konami releasing a bundled version of all of out-of-print SH games and I was hoping this would keep me satisfied for a while...just not like this for future reference.
I liked the games but the HD version slows the game play down, mostly when I run pass an enemy the game will go slow. I also didn't like the new voices in both the games, some were good, but the original is diffidently better. I wish they didn't tweek it so much.