Deadly Premonition is a game that has been very near and dear to my heart since I saw the Giant Bomb crew play through the game. And why wouldn’t it be? It’s one of the weirdest games ever made. Between the absolutely insane clock tower boss fight, the redneck zombies who walk backwards, and a FBI agent who talks to his imaginary friend in the middle of a crime scene investigation, it completely ignores reality and those who live in it. And that is exactly what makes it so glorious to behold. You can condemn the game for its admittedly dated visuals or its familiar combat that smells oddly like Resident Evil 4, but to do so would cause you to miss out on one of the best gaming experiences ever made. Also, it’s twenty dollars.