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Each Silent Hill entry, following The Room, had a strange development process, leading to inconsistent releases and a disappointing HD collection.
The latest from Did You Know Gaming looks at the series' development history showing how the series was often changing hands at inopportune times, and explains why the HD collection, which included Silent Hill 2 and 3, had so many issues.
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