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Submitted by jtmgames 657d ago | opinion piece

Forgotten Treasures – Deadly Premonition

"Even with its PS2-era graphics, floaty controls, overly sensitive driving, and awkward combat, Deadly Premonition will win you over with it’s quirky casts of characters, engrossing episodic-style story, and the amount of details and life found in the sandbox town of Greenvale." - JTM Games (Deadly Premonition, Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, Xbox 360)

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