Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut Trailer Puts On A Show

By Ishaan . March 22, 2013 . 1:50pm

Rising Star Games have released a new trailer for Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, which is slated for release in April. You can watch it below:



Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut will be released on April 30th in North America and April 26th in Europe. Pre-order details can be found here.

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  • Carlito Cabada Jr

    So ready for this.

    • passthegrenadeplease

      >My body is so ready for this. Fixed.

  • This is an official trailer? Jesus H. Christ with the spoilers.

    • popyea

      Thanks, won’t watch it.

    • Rawrgna

      they’re only spoilers if you already played the original version. There’s also a lot of misleading scenes as well. If you never played the game, the trailer wont make any sense at all.

      • Even without the trailer playing it shows the twins in a state I’d rather not see. Then there’s Thomas….

  • Testsubject909

    Mr. Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro

    I see you’ve invited this Francis York Morgan back to Greevale,
    I imagine due to our infamy we are to expect excitement at this sale.
    Come by sometimes, you’re much welcome to my domain,
    For dinner, a sinner’s sandwich made with a turkey slain.

    So says Mr. Stewart.

  • HassanJamal

    I hope this does well. Kinda odd they excluded the original xbox fans.

    • Brandon Dutko

      That’s the part that bothers me. They were bringing it to PS3 because 360 already has the game, but the whole concept of the Director’s Cut is that it was made *for* the fans of the original version of the game and adds to the story and only EXISTS because of the 360 fans, yet they’re completely excluded from this. Unless it gets ported later or made as DLC (unlikely).

      I’d accept a digital only release if it had to come to that.

      • HassanJamal

        Right? They’re introducing a cult classic that was on 360 to a whole new audience of players. If they expect similar sales, i dont think they’ll see that happening. Unless a miracle out there helps this game out.

  • Juan Andrés Valencia

    Oh my god, it even supports 3D. I already own it on the 360 but with all the extra DLC, Move support and improved visuals it’s an amazing deal for one of the best games of this generation.

  • wererat42

    Isn’t this basically Twin Peaks: The Game?

    • Rawrgna

      Yeah, but so much better, because it doesn’t get cut short and spoiled halfway into season two. If you liked Twin Peaks, you’ll love this game. It’s the first and only thing that’s matched TP’s quirky, weird, and mysterious storytelling.

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