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Experience The Silent Hill Experience

The Silent Hill Experience for the PSP (PlayStation®Portable) system has shipped to retail. What the heck is the Silent Hill Experience? TSHE incorporates media from the Silent Hill video game series such as comics, music and videos as well as exclusive interviews and content from the upcoming Silent Hill motion picture.

“A first-of-its-kind product for the PSP system, The Silent Hill Experience combines several forms of media into one enticing package and gives fans insight into the acclaimed video game series with comics, music and behind the scenes content,” said Wilson Cheng, Product Manager at Konami.

Using a 3D interface, The Silent Hill Experience combines a selection of media that give users additional insight into the storyline and characters from the acclaimed Silent Hill video games as well as the upcoming motion picture. Featuring both “Dying Inside” and all-new “The Hunger” comic book series, users can experience several hours of comics that are designed specifically for viewing on the PSP system with animation and music. The Silent Hill Experience also features a music player with twenty tracks from series composer Akira Yamaoka, as well as cinematics from previous Silent Hill video games.

The Silent Hill Experience is available exclusively for the PSP system and carries a SRP of $19.99

4/4/2006 Aaron Thomas

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