By Chris Priestman . October 31, 2015 . 9:30am
Third-person survival horror game Forgotten Memories is getting a Director’s Cut for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita in early 2016.
“It’s the same Forgotten Memories but with improved graphics, AI, combat, controls, mechanics, UI, with new areas, interactions, boss battles and CGs,” Georges Paz of developer Psychoz Interactive says. “We’ve also fixed remaining English localization issues and the game is now localized in all major languages including French, Spanish, German, Chinese and Japanese.”
Shortly after the Director’s Cut is out on PlayStation platforms it will head to iOS. However, due to the graphical improvements, it will only be available for “next gen mobile devices.” Paz also says that it won’t replace the original game on the App Store – the Director’s Cut will be sold as a separate game. There’s been no mention of the previously planned PC or Wii U versions of the game.
Forgotten Memories has you playing as Rose Hawkins as she searches for a missing girl inside an abandoned asylum. It features voice acting by Guy Cihi, who was the voice of James Sunderland in Silent Hill 2, as well as David Schaufele who voiced Eddie Dombrowski in Silent Hill 2.
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