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Diehard GameFAN: A Look at Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut: Ultimate Edition

DHGF:Back in May of this year, I reviewed the Director’s Cut of Deadly Premonition aka Red Seeds Profile. I absolutely adored it, and even here in late October, it’s one of my two favorite games of 2013, along with Shadowrun Returns. I actually platinum’d it, something I rarely ever set out to do, and my wife still quotes dialogue from the game. I never bothered to purchase any of the DLC though, as by the time any of it came out, I had already 100%’d the game. One of the perks and downsides to being a reviewer I suppose. See also the currently available DLC for Disgaea D2. So when Rising Star Games offered us a review copy of Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut: Ultimate Edition, which was a bundle of the core game and all the DLC, of course I jumped at it. (Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, Deadly Premonition: Ultimate Edition, PC, PS3) -

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