Forgotten Memories Director’s Cut Cancelled

Psychoz Interactive has announced that Forgotten Memories Director’s Cut for PS Vita, PS3 and PS4 has been cancelled.

According to the developer, the main reason for the cancellation was that the base project started as a mobile game and that they thought that the gameplay, scenario and direction would not fit on consoles.

The developer also announced a new Forgotten Memories project but this will not be coming to the PS Vita anymore. On Facebook, Psychoz Interactive told one user that there won’t be any new Vita game from them because it’s “an unsupported dying platform”.

Updated: A new comment from Psychoz Interactive has appeared on Facebook: “Frankly, get the game on iOS. Will look better and will cost way less than if you’ll buy it on Vita.”

We only can say “well done” Psychoz Interactive! After letting us waiting for years, you just cancel the game with flimsy reasons and even insult PS Vita owners at the same time.

If you feel sad or angry about the cancellation and their comments, let Psychoz Interactive know on their Facebook page.


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4 thoughts on “Forgotten Memories Director’s Cut Cancelled

  • February 10, 2017 at 23:54
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    I do agree with their statement being nothing more than a spit in PS Vita owners’ face, but it’s the truth. And if we were to point the finger at someone, look no further than Shuhei Yoshida – the one rat who jumped the Vita ship in 2015 and announced end of official support to the platform and scared potential developers away from making Vita games. Make no mistake.

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  • February 11, 2017 at 16:26
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    A weak reason like “dying platform” is seriously funny. The Vita is alive and doing fine in Asian countries,backed up with games better than in IOS. The Vita has a huge potential as there are good developers still sticking with it. What a shame that there’s still such developers not doing their research and does everything based on stats and data.

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  • February 23, 2017 at 22:10
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    I was worried that they’re won’t be any games like this… Was excited and they turned it down… I’m glad there resident evil revelations 2… I love it…

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