GamesAsylum: "When it comes to polarising reviews there’s one game that always sticks in our mind – 2010’s Deadly Premonition. Low budget yet incredibly ambitious, Access Games’ open-world murder mystery received review scores varying from 1/10 to 10/10. Slow paced and cut-scene heavy it certainly wasn’t for everybody, but given time it would shine in a way that few games can. The dark sense of humour, eccentric cast of characters and even key locations stayed with us long after Agent York drove off into the sunset.
D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die retains the majority of the qualities that made Deadly Premonition such a memorable experience, and that’s despite the fact that D4 favours sniffing for clues and point-n-click puzzle solving over Deadly Premonition’s focus on open-world exploration and purposely creaky third-person shooting"