The lights are on
Greenvale can be a pretty overwhelming place to visit, whether you're arriving for your first time or are a frequent guest. The location is host to Deadly Premonition's dark past, and it's also where we meet up with the game's hero, FBI profiler, agent Francis York Morgan. Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut is coming to the PS3 exclusively next week, and Rising Star Games has released a launch trailer to get viewers acclimated to the people and places they'll soon be seeing.
As you can see, there are new scenes and items in the director's cut, as well as upgraded controls and UI elements. The game's still bound to be polarizing, but it may not be quite as hard for new players to get into.
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gd, i can't wait to play this!
This game is literally the best.
Great trailer for a great game.
I might actually try to get into this game again. The original was charming, but the controls were just so bad.
it is attracting for me.Just waiting :(
I wouldn't mind getting this game again. Its a real treat to play. Something that will always live in my memory as one of the craziest games I've ever played.
Well, cat Emily was good for a rofl.
i already have it but im gonna grab another copy
need it need it need it need it.
I'm extremely happy to pick this one up again.
I'm getting pumped for sinking back into this dismally design cult hit. It has many flaws, but you gotta love it regardless lol.
And this is why I don't drink Coffee...not really why, but still...
I don't understand what is it about this game that has me very interested? I mean just look at it! Hopefully I'll get to pick it up a week after release.
Diane, 11:17PM April 25. Laptop battery on reserves, typing on fumes here. Gotta plug in when I finish typing this message. Remind me to tell you how long that takes.
If you ever get a Playstation 3, you have to try the Director's Cut of Deadly Premonition. Damn good game. It has a lot of content, reasonably priced. That's what I need... a lot of content, reasonably priced. However, the 360 version got a lot of mixed reviews from several different sources. If you could get paid that kinda money for being wrong 60% of the time, it'd beat working. Special Agent Francis York Morgan loves coffee almost as much as I do. Oh Diane! Almost forgot, I can't help but reminisce my time in Twin Peaks when driving through Greenvale. The trees are like the wonderful Douglas Firs that line the Route 21. They're really somethin...