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.
When Deadly Premonition came out a few years ago for the Xbox 360, it developed a cult-like following. A game like this should've easily been trashed for its poor and driving controls, questionably bad textures and ridiculous story. But those who took the time to play it and deal with all its shortcomings found some gold in the rubble, with a weird quality that surprisingly sticks with you. It's almost like the game's producer, Swery, channeled David Lynch during his Twin Peaks era and said, "Okay, let's do this." It still remains a treat on that system, if you can track down a copy. PlayStation 3 owners get a turn this week with The Director's Cut version, which comes with some extra narrative, slightly improved textures, a new control system (for... Read Review