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Submitted by ChaosKnight 731d ago | review

Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut Review | Hardcore Gamer

Hardcore Gamer: "Over three years ago, one of the most ambitious and charismatic adventures hit the Xbox 360, and while it certainly had its share of issues, it was an unforgettable experience. Jump to present day where next generation consoles are on the horizon and yet Deadly Premonition is still making itself known in an insanely competitive market. Swery and his team at Access Games have developed a Director’s Cut version of the open-world horror title, featuring new cinematics, enhanced gameplay mechanics and upgraded textures, hoping to ensnare those who missed out on the original. There’s no doubting the heart the game possesses, but can it hold its own in 2013?" (Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, PS3) 3.5/5

Wagz22  +   731d ago
The only problem that I'm having is some really bad transfers issues. I hope it just because I'm just in the beginning of the game. Someone said after the beginning part it gets a lot better. Anyone else having this issue?

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