With Summer now officially over, what happened to Wake Up Club, Travel Bug, T@g and Imaginstruments on the PS Vita? Wake Up Club was first revealed back in April this year with a Summer release date, but still hasn’t been released in Europe or North America. Treasure Park, revealed along side Wake Up Club, was release back in early September but the other apps have yet to be released.
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock on Vita has missed its intended release date of early June. Originally scheduled for June 13th release, a spokesperson for the BBC confirmed the game has been “slightly delayed”, but has yet to provide a new release date.
Silent Hill: Book of Memories was originally slated for release in March, but was pushed out of the PS Vita launch window until May. Well, it’s May and still no Silent Hill. It appears that Konami have delayed the title again, but chose not to tell the public.
Those hoping to update their PlayStation Vita to the latest firmware version announced this morning will have to wait. Sony has confirmed that the update was taken down due to a technical fault. “For any customers who may have already downloaded the firmware, they can continue as normal,” said a spokesperson.