Some news that will be sure to please a handful of hardcore players and aficionados of weirdly cultish electronic entertainment, Rising Star Games has announced a “Director’s Cut” of Deadly Premonition set for release Q1 2013.
Here’s the full release:
Playing as special agent Francis York Morgan (just call him York — everyone else does), players must investigate the brutal murder of a young local beauty. Amidst the backdrop of soaring mountains and a small American town, York must solve the mystery of the Red Seed Murders and stay alive in a place where supernatural creatures and a killer seek to end his investigation.
The award-winning suspense-horror, action-adventure game gives players an open-world experience featuring detailed interactions with Greenvale locals, as well as numerous side quests and mini games to help solve the murders and uncover hidden town secrets.
“Love it or hate it, Deadly Premonition has been a phenomenon; ‘cult’ does not begin to do its success justice,” said Martin Defries, President of Rising Star Games. “With the enhancements Swery and his team are making to this new PS3™ version, I am delighted to confirm Rising Star Games’ involvement with this fantastic game that should engage fans new and old alike.”
“I’m very happy Rising Star Games gave me the chance to work on Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut,” said Hidetaka ‘Swery’ Suehiro, Director of Deadly Premonition. “It’s been a while since Deadly Premonition was released, but I’m still receiving so many messages of support from fans around the world. I’m writing some exciting new scenarios and adding some new features. All will be revealed over the coming months and I’m confident I can deliver an unforgettable experience for you all.”
Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut includes the following new features:
- New scenario from the game’s director, Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro
- HD graphics
- Reworked control system allowing for an even better combat experience
- Downloadable content to expand the mystery beyond the original game
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