GI: Back in high school, my friends and I had a tradition. Whenever the local video place got a new survival horror game for the PlayStation, we'd rent it and blast through as much as possible in a single weekend. Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Dino Crisis, even the Clock Tower series -- we savored every moment of these campy classics. Deadly Premonition feels like a lost gem from this era, a game that could easily blend in with the list of survival horror mainstays above. But that praise comes with an equal measure of good and bad. Deadly Premonition's quirky story, fascinating cast of characters, and lengthy playtime is hamstrung by sub-par graphics and gameplay design straight out of the late '90s.