Deadly Premonition Review: Strange And Uncompromising


Posted May 14, 2010 - By Stephen Johnson

Deadly Premonition

I've made no secret of my love for wacked out 360 horror title Deadly Premonition, but it's such a polarizing game, I was a little afraid that reviewer Matt Keil would take a look at it and react like "I don't even know what this is!" before giving it a one-star review.

My fears were unfounded. Here's part of Matt's rave:

"Deadly Premonition is that rare game that makes you question just about everything you think you know about what makes a game good. At first glance, it looks like a ridiculously sub-par D-list horror title, and, to a degree, it is. But Deadly Premonition is so joyously strange and uncompromising in its vision of what it wants to be that it transcends the clunky controls and pedestrian combat and becomes something almost elegant."

Read the rest of the Deadly Premonition review right here.

Deadly Premonition Review: Strange And Uncompromising


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