D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die, the Xbox One exclusive from Deadly Premonition designer Swery65, is coming to PC. The developer confirmed the port to a fan today.
From Deadly Premonition to Dark Souls, sometimes a PC game is released that's, well, let's call it an unoptimised port. Which leaves fans to do the work in getting them up to scratch, and of late no fan has become more "famous" than Durante.
Weird-ass Japanese horror game Deadly Premonition has made it to the PC! That's the good news. The bad news is that, like Dark Souls before it, this Japanese game has been ported to the PC in a sorry state indeed.
Rather impressively, it only took six days for the community to put Deadly Premonition on Steam. That's pretty quick. Of course, SWERY's quirky horror game isn't the only title we'll get to play on Steam thanks to Greenlight. There's 13 more games (and two software titles) to look at, so let's dive right in!
Rising Star Games, publisher of quirky open-world horror game Deadly Premonition, wants to make the Director's Cut version of their game available on PC. Specifically, on Steam. That means Greenlight.
The occasionally odd, always scary open-world horror game, Deadly Premonition, is getting an updated Director's Cut release for the PS3 in a week. Up top is a glimpse of what it will look like.
The release date's in the coffee, Zach: Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut will arrive on PS3 on April 30.
Like many of the finer things in life, Deadly Premonition is an acquired taste. It's a very cool game, but in a very specific way. The oddball open-world mystery/horror game, which came out for the Xbox 360 in early 2010, will likely never find an audience like those enjoyed by, say, a Halo or a Minecraft. But what…
The confounding open-world thriller Deadly Premonition was a lot of things to a lot of people. Some said it was bad, some said it was good, some even said it was "good-bad." It was a supreme example of idiosyncratic game design; a game that was somehow both profoundly ambitious and woefully half-baked; a haunting…
What if, instead of action figures and comic books, our favourite video games inspired classic, dog-eared works of literature instead?
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Ignition Entertainment brings more survival horror to the Xbox 360 next year with Deadly Premonition, a creepy tale of mystery and terror set in a remote rural town.