This is no mere survival horror. Deadly Premonition works the gameplay around its story, focusing strongly on its narrative (both in the main arc and the optional content). It may not make use of a great graphical tech to do so, but one who’s interested in more than just what can be found at a first glance will surely be surprised by the living, breathing world that sprawls across the vast forests of Greenvale. However, three years have passed and Access Games still had some trouble polishing the game’s innards. What gives?