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Submitted by pspenguin 800d ago | news

Sneak Peek: October 16th PSN Releases

Of Orcs and Men, Arkedo Series, Dokuro, Silent Hill Book of Memories and more... (Dokuro, Of Orcs and Men, PS Vita, PS3, Silent Hill: Book Of Memories)

Godchild1020  +   800d ago
This has been a great month so far for the Vita. I'll be picking up Silent Hill, Jet set Radio and Dokuro. I might pick up The Unfinished Swan; I don't know much about it and from the Blog Cast, it goes deeper than just using the Move to add color to the landscape.

Edit: I might wait on the Downloadable titles for the Vita, instead of picking them up day one. Playstation plus kicks in for the Vita in 2 weeks and some of those games might be free to download or cheaper.
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MySwordIsHeavenly  +   800d ago
I just have to wonder how many people are going to buy The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe for PS2...

I mean, honestly.

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