I took some screenshots from the TGS 2011 trailer
I went through the latest Downpour Trailer and saw some very interesting little bits!
During a stream today the Downpour Tokyo Gameshow 2011 trailer was shown. Now I haven’t seen it myself just yet and it hasn’t been posted online but I do know the much anticipated Korn opening theme plays through it. Luckily for us who can’t wait to hear it AestheticGamer was nice to rip the music and the sounds from the trailer and post it online:
Hmm not that bad, sure it’s different than previous opening themes, but I don’t think it was worth the preemptive hatred. I can see the song growing on me and may have more impact once I see the game visuals to go with it. Source (AestheticGamer)
Hopefully the full trailer will appear online within the next few hours When it’s up I’ll be sure to post it ASAP.
Woo a recording of the ustream trailer was posted on youtube by the Silent Hill Wiki Thanks for the heads up Ashley Vendoc!
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During the TGS 2011 Konami showed some video comparisons between the PS2 and HD collection versions of Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3! Now I know the PC versions already look this great but for someone like me who sticks to consoles to play my games this will be one HELL of an improvement over the originals. Even from this low quality video I can see a massive improvement…look how sharp the HD collection is versus the original! I can’t wait to see the difference for myself later this year! Actually I’m really hoping Konami will release a HD quality video of this comparison on their youtube page or even for download on their media site soon just so we can get a better view of the difference.
Now at the end of the preview it does give the HD Collection a 2012 release date but I believe this is just for the release in Japan. I’m still hoping that the collection will be released in North America and Europe before the end of the year as stated by various online game stores.
So what did you guys think? Is this upgrade worth $40?
Source (Konami on USTREAM)