Of the myriad games I’ve played over the years, Deadly Premonition is still one of the strangest. It’s so wonderfully bizarre that you can’t help but overlook its (many) flaws, because what it aims to do, it does well. The characters and story are fantastic, unusual and unforgettable, and that almost makes up for the clunky controls and vast, ugly world.
After being a PS3 exclusive for some time the Deadly Premonition Director’s Cut would like to make its way to PC, through Steam Greenlight. Before it can do this, it needs your support.
If listening to an FBI agent talk to himself about classic horror movies sounds like your kind of thing, I highly recommend supporting the game on Steam Greenlight.
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