First multimedia DVD focusing mostly on material from Silent Hill such as artworks and renders. It contains exclusive up to date music video 'Caramel Mix' as well as 'Ki-no-ko' and 'Fukuro' (both of which appeared on future media discs).
Lost Memories: The Art and Music of Silent Hill
Released only in Japan, it is a second and most popular multimedia DVD. A region 2 DVD with most of the content found on "The Art of Silent Hill" is included here. Divided into seven sections, it contains full soundtracks, trailer collections, artworks, renders and creature galleries from all three games as well as additional music videos: Ki-no-ko, Fukuro, Usagimu and a video with Heather performing the song "You're Not Here" from Silent Hill 3 Original Sound Track.
The Silent Hill Experience
The Silent Hill Experience is a UMD (Universal Media Disc) which was released as a promotional item for the film for the PSP console. It contains a collection of digital comics, music from the games, music videos associated with the series, and several videos and trailers from the games and movie. The Silent Hill Experience offers six comics from the series. One is a standalone comic, Silent Hill: The Hunger, which was created specifically for use in this medium and is only available as part of this collection. The other five are an adaptation of the five-issue Silent Hill: Dying Inside limited series. Silent Hill Experience also contains an assorted variety of other material. Featured on the disc are several music videos (Fukoro, Usagi, and Ki-no-ki), the trailers for each game (Silent Hill 1-4) as well as the movie, and an interview with movie director Christophe Gans and series composer Akira Yamaoka. Also featured on the disc are the UFO ending from Silent Hill as well as the UFO and Dog endings from Silent Hill 2.