What started with Joystiq pointing out a release date discrepancy has ballooned into a full-scale game delay for 'Silent Hill: Book of Memories'. The game was set to be released for Sony's Playstation Vita today, but the release date on both Gamefly and Amazon changed to May 31. Odd, since, as IGN points out videogames don't get released on Saturdays. IGN was able to subsequently able to confirm with the publisher, Konami, that the title has been delayed and that they "should have a confirmed ship date soon."
Meanwhile, the classic 'Silent Hill' is still set for release as a free "PS One Classic" for Playstation Plus members on April 3. So perhaps we can all revisit that first terrifying journey to get ready for the new horror-show. Or, perhaps 'Book of Memories' might not even be worth a release, as commenters on the Joystiq site seem to think: