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Silent Hill: Book Of Memories
WayForward Technologies took to Twitch recently to show off a Silent Hill DS game it had in the works before the game was cancelled.
As you may have noticed in this week’s PlayStation Store update, Vita-exclusive Silent Hill: Book of Memories has spawned its first DLC offering. The $5 pack includes quite a few goodies, which Konami has kindly detailed.
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Bloodrayne Betrayal is now available on Steam for $10. The WayForward Technologies side-scroller was ported by Abstraction Games, and has been rebalanced with more checkpoints. Thanks, Destructoid.