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It’s raining (samurai) men.
Do you feel it, Zach?
Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut is due for release on April 26, 2013 for the PlayStation 3 – either as a phys-disc version or a PSN download.
During a recent world tour for Deadly Premonition: Director’s Cut, we had a chance to sit down with SWERY himself, to talk about all things Deadly Premonition.
When I was a kid I used to adore those Fighting Fantasy “Choose your own adventure” books. I would spend hours engrossed in Ian Livingstone classics like The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, ensconced in my bedroom with various dice, spinners, pencils and rubbers
In this week’s edition of Character Select, Mary takes a look at Deadly Premonition’s Francis “York” Morgan. Read the full article at GodisaGeek.com.
Rising Star Games should again be applauded for bringing us these lovely little niche titles, and one hopes that all of the old school heads like myself pick up this retail release. Read the full review of Under Defeat HD at GodisaGeek.com.
If you’ve never played Deadly Premonition, released by Access Games in 2010, you’re missing out on one of the strangest and most original games of the last decade. Holding the dubious Guineas World Record for “Most Critically Polarising Survival Horror Game”, it tells the story of Francis York Morgan (or simply York) and his supernatural experiences as he attempts to unravel a murder mystery in the Twin Peaks-ish town of Greenvale.
Given its surprising popularity, a HD update of the helicopter combat game is being released in North America and Europe in November.
First released on the Wii in 2009, Little King’s Story was met with only quiet applause, barely acknowledged and largely overlooked. Which is a shame, because it was quite a gem, and those who did play it enjoyed it more than they expected to. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Shifting World Out Today For 3DS. Read the full news post at GodisaGeek.com.
Originally released in 1988 as Carrier Command, how does this modern remake hold up? Find out with the GodisaGeek.com review.
We take a look at the PC re-release of a game that many have been enjoying for years; Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Today, they have made me very happy indeed – in announcing an American PS3 release of the port of G.rev’s classic shooter Under Defeat.
The To-Fu games are one of the staples of the iOS and Android Marketplaces, so how does it fare when it comes to its transfer to the Nintendo DS? Find out with the GodisaGeek.com review of To-Fu Collection.
Yet another superb effort from Cave, this is soundly their finest horizontal scroller since they teamed up with Capcom back in the day, and one which comes with a completely brilliant sense of risk/reward thanks to the Attack/Defence modes and the use of the Phantom. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.