Silent Hill Origins Officially PS2-Bound

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Another PSP title is getting the PS2 port treatment. As had been rumored, Silent Hill Origins is in fact being ported to the PS2, bringing the horrifying tale of truck driver Travis Grady’s stint in Silent Hill to a wider audience. Konami’s press release this morning doesn’t provide any release details or state much in the way of upgrades, other than the PS2 version getting updated controls.

“Console gamers can now expect the same chilling, suspenseful and fear-filled experience that handheld gamers encountered when we released Silent Hill Origins on the PSP system,” said Anthony Crouts, Vice President of Marketing for Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. “This is their chance to learn more of the mystery and mythos surrounding Silent Hill that’s been hinted at in earlier games and made the series such a success.”

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