Forgotten Memories coming to PS3, PS4, and PC

Horrible things await at the Walker psychiatric hospital.

Forgotten Memories, an upcoming indie horror game from Psychoz Interactive, is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC in addition to the already-announced Wii U, PS Vita, and iOS platforms.

According to the developer, the PS Vita and Wii U versions of the game will arrive first, followed by the iOS version, then the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC versions. A demo will arrive on iOS next month, and “there’s some big chances” it will come to PS Vita and Wii U, as well, the developer said.

The horror game, as described by Psychoz Interactive, “relates the horrific plot of a missing girl through the eyes of Inspector Rose Hawkins. The troublesome case leads her into Walker psychiatric hospital, abandoned years ago for obscure reason, where horrible things await. It is by confronting her own weaknesses and fears that it will be possible to get forward into this morbid adventure.”

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