Silent Hill: Book of Memories screens show co-op, multiplayer

Saturday, 18th August 2012 16:45 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Silent Hill: Book of Memories is the latest title to have screenshots released for it. Konami issued the set during gamescom this week. The Vita exclusive contains co-op and online multiplayer for 1-4 friends. It also features new and classic monsters from previous Silent Hill games, and players can customize thier character’s look and personality. Silent Hill: Book of Memories is slated for a fall release, with many retailers pointing it for October.



  1. osric90

    Derek, Bree and Katie’s adventures in the most shameful franchise exploit ever!

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Sini


    #2 2 years ago
  3. Dragon246

    Waiting for the demo. Some people liked the new take on franchise.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. cubman

    So… they’re removing the very essence of Silent Hill? The feeling of solitude and isolation; desperation in the face of adversity? Yet in this latest iteration, you’re battling through your own inner turmoil with a gang of cohorts?

    Saying that, I’m shamelessly addicted to the Silent Hill franchise (even though there hasn’t been a decent game since PS2) so there’s a good chance I’ll get this regardless.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. manamana

    Next step: running, gunning and killstreaks. Because it needs more action and they need to *broaden* the audience.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. cubman

    @ #5

    I sincerely hope not… they’ll end up turning it into Chainsaw Lollypop *shudder*

    #6 2 years ago
  7. Arkano

    Aw, please, people. It’s a spin off. They could do a SH pinball, a SH Party and/or a SH Kart, it doesn’t hurt the main franchise (ok, I’m not so sure about the kart thing).

    The thing is, you’re all hating this game so much, to me it’s like hating Theatherythm Final Fantasy and say it ruins the FF franchise, when i’ts only a spinoff, not a canon or numbered game…

    For those who want the same game always, we still have Downpour, and probably much more Silent Hills will come that uses the same concepts of Survival Horror. For now, let’s just give BoM a chance – if, in the end, it proves to be a shitty game, ok, let’s complain. But saying the same silly “[name of franchise] died in [old game that I love more than the new ones]” isn’t helping either.

    #7 2 years ago

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