By Adam Smith on September 3rd, 2013 at 11:00 am.
The weird, wooden and wonderful world of Deadly Premonition is just around the next curve in the road. The bizarre survival horror game may be on Steam as early as November 1st. If you haven’t played the game in its previous console incarnations, I’d suggest that you avoid reading or watching too much about it. There are reasons that people, myself included, hold the game in such high regard, but there are also plenty of good reasons to dismiss it, including an overlong opening sequence and miserable controls. There’s a trailer below, my favourite one for the game, but it’s both spoiler-filled and not. Out of context (and even in it), some of the scenes make no sense, but I reckon it’s better not to know what moods are involved at all. Not long to wait.
I’ll try to pick Deadly Premonition apart when I have it on my PC, exposing its entrails in a way that people can at least hazard a good guess as to whether they’d like to play with those entrails or not. The PC version will be the Director’s Cut with a new story episode, enhanced graphics, better controls and some bonus content, including new suits for the protagonist to wear. Very important.
This is also very important.
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