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Submitted by Pozzle 455d ago | review

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut review | Playfront

In what cave have the developers of Deadly Premonition: The Directors Cut spent the last few years? They promised "optimized graphics" and "enhanced controls" but have sold a cheap copy of an old game in which almost nothing has changed. (Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, PS3) 5/10

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Fergusonxplainsall  +   454d ago
This reviewer didn't actually play it. I have played both and totally noticed the difference in graphics and controls.

To be a copy and paste deal is bold words of an idiot.
DangerouslyJack  +   454d ago
I agree with your point. There is definitely a difference between the two versions. Both arguably "dated" to be sure. But there is a definite improvement overall.
Pozzle  +   454d ago
I've seen a couple of reviews complain that the Director's Cut isn't much of an update at all. I get the impression some of them were expecting a full remake or something.

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