Konami’s Australian representatives have confirmed a November 8 launch for Silent Hill: Book of Memories, the top-down co-op action effort for Vita. A demo is available now for the canon-mashing delight, which arrives in the US next week and in Europe in early November. Dave seems a bit non-plussed by it but I’m all for WayForward’s experimentation with the property.
First original Xbox backwards compatible games still on track for 2017 and some have started showing up
Backward compatibility for original Xbox games is coming, and some titles seem to have already been spotted.
Trials of the Nine won’t return in Destiny 2 for another two weeks.
EU PS Store weekend sale: take up to 25% off titles such as Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Destiny 2, Elite Dangerous
From now until Monday you can save some money on select PlayStation 4 titles.
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.
Amazon Game Studios has signed three exclusives for its Fire devices.
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.