[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Deadly Premonition: Director’s Cut” developers=”Access Games” publishers=”Rising Star Games” platforms=”PS3″ genres=”” release_date=”Out Now” version_played=”PS3″]
Deadly Premonition follows Francis York Moran, an FBI special agent who is sent to investigate a murder in the town of Greenvale. Francis sets off into the night to question the locals and find out what is going on. The story has you playing as Zach, who appears to be Morgan’s split personality. This creates an interesting narrative but can also create some confusion.
The story is over the top and just about as crazy as you’d expect from a game with this background. It provides a lot of laughs and a lot of what the hell moments.
When I started Deadly Premonition I felt like I was playing a game from 10 years ago. The textures are extremely grainy and block, the animations are extremely stiff and the voice acting is a blast from the past. The Director’s cut version boasts improved graphic but I couldn’t really tell much of a difference. The difference is mainly there in the form of refined lighting and improved textures. I still felt like it was a HD version of a PS2 game.