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- Now given the special edition make-over, this Director's Cut features a new branching ending as well as numerous bonuses guaranteed to relight the match on this debate.
- Brand new scenario at the beginning and end of the story, straight from the mind of director Swery65
- New item - in-game camera where players can take snaps as they play
- Explore Greenvale in greater detail with a complete graphical overhaul.
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The most controversial game in recent years returns in this special director's cut. Unofficially the best game of the year (2010) according to fans and critics alike, Deadly Premonition split the gaming community right down the middle and earned itself cult status for its memorable cast and story.
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Highly recommend for anyone interested in a 'detective' style ghost story, without prohibitive combat getting in the way. There are a few 'boss' sequences (one of which is a REAL pain in the butt!!), but the majority of fighting can be easily handled by even the most novice gamer...
Plenty replay value. Much depth to this story/game. I will be going back through this to discover elements I missed, I did beat it tho. Very wide variety of play types in this game, Shooting with 8 different guns (I think 8), pipes, knives, swords , driving a variety of cars, countless buildings to research and you can even go fishing!
Brilliant game I enjoy very much. Requires much time to get through chapters (Good weekend style game for a good 3-6 hour play "At Least"). Lots of fun here, great game!
Very strong recommendation to get this game (Especially fans of TWIN PEAKS).
In terms of presentation, the game is woefully outdated. The graphics would only be impressive if it was released on the PS2. The controls for the fighting and driving sections are awful. The mapping and guidance system, which is seemingly borrowed from GTA is just plain terrible. Also, there are maybe five or six character models for enemies throughout the game. Finally, the sound during the combat missions basically consists of the enemies muttering the same two phrases over and over again. That said, Deadly Premonition offers something downright inspiring for every one of its technical shortcomings. There's an ugly world thick with idiosyncrasies and history, a vast cast of memorable weirdoes, and a fascinating lead in Agent Francis York Morgan. It's better than getting to play Twin Peaks; it's like getting to be Dale Cooper.
Throughout Deadly Premonition, you'll find yourself in very odd situations punctuated by Agent York's equally odd demeanor. This is where the game absolutely shines; the surreal interaction between York and the townsfolk (as well as the interaction between York and himself) can only be described as a work of art. In a town where crimes can be solved by shooting bird nests with shotguns, trees drop severed hands that can be used as doorknobs, and countless giant dogs fall out of the sky at midnight, the choice to behave illogically is simply... logical. The game contains an intangible, eccentric atmosphere which easily overshadows its many shortcomings. This is a game simply overflowing with a vivid personality and bizarre charm.
All that out of the way... If you're someone who can look past a few flaws to get to the real value underneath, this game is worth it. The tone, style, and characters are one of a kind. It's a game that can be goofy in some moments, and sickeningly dark the next. This game has it all. It can go from light-hearted sidequests in one minute, to an eerie horror setting in the next, all within the framework of a detective drama. You can feel the passion that went into nearly every aspect of this game, and I recommend it to anyone looking for a small mountain town to explore and fall in love with, and a story worth discovering...
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