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Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut brings the best of the worst to PS3

Lou: "If you haven’t heard of 2010′s cult favorite Deadly Premonition, you wouldn’t be alone. Some would argue that you’re better off that way, but I would have to disagree. Yeah, it is a mess of a game. The graphics are lackluster, the controls are wonky, and the writing is…well it’s weird, but it’s one of those things where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts."

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swansong1373d ago

This would be perfect on my Vita.

Kamikaze1351373d ago

Cool. Been wanting to play this on my PS3!

jc485731373d ago (Edited 1373d ago )

anybody knows how Sony is involved in this game? They make it sound like Sony and Rising Star are publishing this game together. Swery also mentioned in the past that they were looking for a company to fund future projects. Is it Sony?

noxeven1373d ago

well that sucks. I love the original one on xbox but I guess i gotta buy a new ps3 to play sigh why did my ps3 have to die

HarryMasonHerpderp1373d ago

Anybody know how much this will be?
I'm not sure how much I should spend on a really brilliantly bad game lol.

floetry1011373d ago

It shouldn't be too highly priced, given the original game was about $20-30 bucks. Quite frankly, the game is well worth a full price release. It's staggeringly weird and wonderful.

HarryMasonHerpderp1373d ago

I heard they're updating the graphics and controls too.
Is it a long game or any re-playability?

floetry1011372d ago

Re-playability will vary. It's a huge game with a heap of side-quests. I finished it just over a year ago, but I didn't do absolutely everything. I must have logged about 35 hours in all. With that said, I'm willing to play through the Director's Cut in a second. The driving and the map screen are probably the worst things about it from memory, but I imagine they will have fixed both.

Kyosuke_Sanada1372d ago

Trust me, the game will win your heart after basking in the smile of Agent York.

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