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Submitted by SkirkRidgeEX 594d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Review: Silent Hill: Book of Memories

One Hit Pixel: "Dark corridors and ghoulish monstrosities that are beyond comprehension, and nothing is at all as it seems; welcome to Silent Hill: a place that was devilishly horrifying, yet somehow dragged you in like a moth to flame. These now seem like memories of the beleaguered town, now the original residents have moved out and new inhabitants have increasingly turned it into a shallower place. Handheld developers WayForward Technologies, who were responsible for the surprisingly good Aliens: Infestation, have taken the mantle of the series for Silent Hill: Book of Memories. This action-RPG signals a huge departure for the series in both style and genre. Does it revive a series that has slowly decayed since its hay-day, or is it hammering the final nail in the coffin?" (PS Vita, Silent Hill: Book Of Memories) D+/A+

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