Tin Salamunic: Hidetaka Suehiro (aka Swery65) is a brilliant madman. His works are impossible to put into words and simply need to be experienced. Swery65’s rebellious approach to video game making is both shocking and refreshing. He doesn’t care about industry standards nor is he concerned with player expectations. Just when you think you’ve seen the most bizarre and twisted concoction the gaming world has to offer, Swery65 manages defy everyone’s assumptions. D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die is the equivalent to being dropped out of an airplane and eating ice cream, while having your skull bashed by winged monkeys. The experience is inexplicable. D4 is like an ugly distorted painting that you can’t take your eyes off. Much like Swery65’s incomprehensible masterpiece/disaster Deadly Premonition, D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die is disturbing, uncomfortable…yet incredibly immersive and unique. Anyone interested in a genuinely one-of-a-kind journey through a madman’s creative mind should seriously consider picking up D4.