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Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut (pc game)
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  • Image intro
  • Game introduction title screen - cover
  • The story
  • two little angels
  • Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut pc game
  • Black background
  • Abundant rains
  • Mission Knife
  • Select weapon
  • Possession
  • Destroy the fence
  • Shoot zombies
  • Against a zombie!

David Lynch does survival horror

This Director's Cut of the excellent Silent Hill-style survival horror doesn't add much to the original but if you're going to play it, then this is probably the one to go for. The basic game is untouched, but there are additional story elements and updated graphics and which combine to make this a first class experience. The game takes place in a small town in the US, which is rocked by the murder of a young girl. An FBI agent with a number of personal issues, including a split personality, is sent to investigate, who soon finds himself caught up in a mysterious and horrifying adventure that will test him to his limits. What follows is an open world experience, where you must investigate the baffling events occurring in the town, and must uncover the secrets behind the strange red seeds and the man in the red raincoat. You can explore freely, and must talk with NPCs to find out what's going on and to pick up sidequests. Combat requires the use of several weapons, both ranged and melee, while one of the most interesting elements requires you to examine scenes and piece together what has been going on, using the agent's profiling skills. This Director's Cut adds in some new scenarios to flesh out the story, as well as redone graphics with new lighting and textures. In whatever form you play it, Deadly Premonition is a highly unusual game. It's certainly a bit bonkers and feels like something by David Lynch, with its quirky characters and setting. It still delivers on the scares front though and if you're looking for something a little out there, it's worth checking out.