Two more Silent Hill games are coming to PlayStation Vita, and they’re coming “soon”.
Available for £7.99 each when they release, it still isn’t clear whether the two games are simply updates of the existing PSP versions (to be compatible with Vita) or enhanced ports specifically created for PlayStation Vita. Either way we could definitely use more horror titles, so good on Konami for delivering – whatever the method.
If you’re one of those that missed Origins and Shattered Memories in their original incarnations (like me) here’s a little bit about the games (and a trailer for each);
Silent Hill: Origins was first launched for the PSP back in November 2007 and put players in the role of Travis Grady, the story being a prequel to the original Silent Hill.
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories was first launched on the PSP, PlayStation 2 and Wii. It offered a unique twist on the series’ usual formula, removing all combat as the player guides Harry Mason through a re-imagining of the original game.
We hope to bring you a release date shortly.
(Note; the featured image is an upscaled PSP screenshot and is not necessarily representative of the products in question)