After Metal Gear Solid, it is now the turn of another famous franchise of Japanese publisher Konami to have the right to granted the HD label. The Silent Hill HD Collection is however only composed of two games, namely Silent Hill 2 and 3, which is a shame considering that the first game is completely linked to the third and that Silent Hill 4 was also released on PS2 and Xbox at the time. Also disappointing are the framerate issues these HD remakes suffer from, as you will sometimes see in our videos. If you can get past the technical problems and the archaic controls - Resident Evil 1 style -, Silent Hill 2 and 3 are still two phenomenal games you need to play at least once in your life.
@Sdarts: That's still bad news for the PC version of Quantum Break. It will already have an uphill battle to fight on the W10 store. (7 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: if it's a code i'm 99% sure you'll be able to sell it.... (8 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Also, I was thinking that XBO owners who get the free PC version's code, could sell to those sites or on Ebay, or something similar. And maybe get $20 back, so it would be like $40 for QB. (11 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Sreuly they are not that stupid... I doubt you can gift or sell the code to be honest. (13 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Would love to read it if you can get the link, but I can search for it as well. (15 minutes ago)
I belive Microsoft didn't believe it would sell many copies on PC to be bothered by it. Specially considering the high-end system requirements. (15 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: There's was a pretty informative thread on CDKeys on NeoGAF a while ago.. I'd have to hunt for it (16 minutes ago)