Konami has confirmed to RipTen that Silent Hill: Book of Memories has been delayed, and will no longer release on March 27. Various retailers have a placeholder set for May 31, which oddly enough is a Thursday. Konami hasn’t provided a new release date, and has said to “stay tuned for a more formal announcement.” This this the second delay for the game, which was originally scheduled for release alongside Vita’s launch in February.
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Book Of Memories
Silent Hill: Book of Memories was released yesterday in the US for Vita, and to celebrate, Komani has released a batch of screenshots. Those who prefer to eschew retail. can download the cooperative multiplayer RPG from the PlayStation Store through their Vita. The game arrives in Europe in November, and a demo is available now […]
Silent Hill: Book of Memories has received its debut batch of PS Vita screens from PAX at the weekend. Check out Konami’s multiplayer take on the horror franchise below.
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The Silent Hill PlayStation exclusive that never was.
Silent Hill Vita