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Konami has a bunch more news lined up this week. The company will release a few digital titles and has a nifty new video in store.
The classic Castlevania: Symphony of the Night will finally arrive on Playstation Network. This PSone game is the first in the series to offer an open-world RPG of sorts, according to the press release. Yet, the Castlevania name is already synonymous with open worlds. Players take the role of Alucard, who can shift between wolf, bat and mist form. His magical prowess will see him defeat Dracula. Dracula – Alucard; get it? They’re opposites. Where do they come up with the stuff? In any case, the game gets relaunched tomorrow, October 10, for a price of €9.99.
Tomorrow will also be used to launch a digital version of Birds of Steel onto Playstation Network and Games on Demand for Xbox 360. Birds of Steel will receive 3 new DLC packs for the occasion, which are said to add several currency options and enhance capabilities. The game is priced at €19.99.
Furthering the barrage of novelties tomorrow, Konami will also release the first DLC pack for New Little King’s Story. This magical title on Playstation Vita will receive a bundle of sports-themed costumes and items. Konami has said it will release new DLC for the game on a weekly basis.
Lastly, check out this short trailer for that other PS Vita game, called Silent Hill: Book of Memories. This new take on the franchise converts the classic survival horror to an action RPG, playable with 4 players. We’ll get to see some of the series’ favorite monsters and there are scare rooms too. It’s even possible to use the touch screen, if you dare. The new Silent Hill movie, Revelation 3D, will come out this month too, on October 26.