Book of Memories is an all-new game in the Silent Hill series, with a unique premise and storyline. The story begins with a strange book that is received and inside that book is your entire life story to this point, everything that’s ever happened to you; all of your memories. You discover that by altering what’s written… you can actually change the past. You can write your own ideal history.
For the longest time, Silent Hill always followed a traditional set-up, a third-person adventure with plenty of spooks and chills. But lately, I can't help but feel things are getting a little burned-out, especially with Silent Hill Downpour, a game that's been hyped up to no end and ended up fizzling out under the weight of its own premise. That's why it's refreshing to see something along the lines of Silent Hill: Book of Memories. Handled by the development team at WayForward (Bloodrayne: Betrayal and the recently released Double Dragon Neon), the game forgoes most of the chilling third-person exploration in favor of a top-down hack-and-slash adventure, something well suited for the series' debut on the PlayStation Vita. Though hardcore... Read Review