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Silent Hill: Book of Memories gets new screens

2:00 PM on 07.13.2012

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Fans are still astoundingly furious at Silent Hill: Book of Memories, shocked as they are that a spin-off game would, y'know, spin off. I love me some righteous consumer outrage, but the presumptuous disgust for this one is truly stunning, especially since I really liked what I played

In any case, here are some new screens for the hack n' slash PS Vita adaptation. Some will rage, but I remain hopeful for what is currently my most anticipated handheld title of the near future. I love Silent Hill, I enjoy dungeon crawlers, and since this is just a portable spin-off, I see no reason to consider it a grotesque violation of the franchise. 

Of course, if the full game sucks, it sucks and there's nothing we can do about it. I choose to remain optimistic right now ... which apparently makes me a terrible Silent Hill fan, but there ya go.

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