Remember how the first three months of the year were packed with amazing horror games, enough to throw even the most insatiable horror fan into a horror overdose-induced coma? Well, while this remains true, January is looking a little less appealing now that the Silent Hill HD Collection has been pushed back into March, to release alongside Downpour and Operation Raccoon City. No reason for the delay has been revealed just yet, but I hope it falls somewhere in the ‘extra polishing’ category.
For those keeping up I’ve provided a revised release schedule for the horror games coming out up until March, which you can find after the break.
February 7 – The Darkness II (360, PS3, PC), Resident Evil: Revelations (3DS)
March 13 – Silent Hill: Downpour (360, PS3)
March 20 – Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (360, PS3, PC)
TBA March – Silent Hill HD Collection (360, PS3)
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