Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut Greenlit for PC

by on July 25, 2013

Deadly Premonition, Swery’s bizarre Twin Peaks-like adventure, will be hitting PC soon thanks to its successful approval in Steam’s Greenlight system.

Sean Smith reviewed the game when it PS3 recently and this was his verdict:

“Deadly Premonition has an undeniable power to tell a rollicking and highly original story that will remain in the memory for a long time. I get excited when a game drops straight out of the left-field and provides something new, something exciting, something that challenges and stimulates on more than a base level – and you should, too.”

Robin Parker’s original write-up was similarly praising of Deadly Premonition:

“Deadly Premonition is a laugh-out-loud title for both the wrong and right reasons. The story is so strange and complex, and the humour so unique, that it keeps you interested and wanting to play more, so you can uncover the mystery that surrounds Greenvale. Released at a budget price point, you can certainly overlook some of the shortcomings, but it won’t be to everyone’s taste. Perfection it may not be, but there is much to appreciate within Deadly Premonition. In fact, some “modern” games could learn a thing or two from this particular title.”

By releasing the game on PC, more will get to experience this delicious slice of weird, and that’s only a brilliant thing. Check out the announcement trailer below.