Silent Hill: Origins and Shattered Memories headed to PS Vita

Silent Hill: Origins and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories are in development for PlayStation Vita and planned for a European release, Konami announced today.

Each game will cost £7.99/€9.95 at its unannounced release date, according to a press release from the publisher.

Developer Climax Studios' Silent Hill: Origins was first released on PlayStation Portable in 2007, and a PlayStation 2 port followed in 2008. The series prequel follows Travis Grady, a truck driver exploring a town after saving a girl from a fire. Climax's Silent Hill: Shattered Memories was first released on Wii in 2009 and also made its way to PlayStation 2 and PSP. The game is perhaps best known for its psychological focus and lack of combat.

We've reached out to Konami to see if the games are headed to other regions and will update this article for more information as we receive it.

Update: A previous version of this article referred to the Wii U as the platform that Shattered Memories appeared on in 2009. We've updated the article to refer to its predecessor, the Wii, and apologize for the error.

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