Deadly Premonition 2 has had it’s fair share of criticism lodged against it since it launched in June. The vast majority of that criticism thus far was aimed towards the games performance, namely the incredibly inconsistent framerate. However something else has upset a large number of players, causing game director Hidetaka Suehiro, also known as
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To call the first Deadly Premonition a cult classic feels like a bit of an understatement. Swery65 and the team at Access Games created one of the most intriguing, yet technically terrible games in recent memory. In 2010, the game felt like a modern-era version of Shenmue’s “gameplay” mixed with an oddball murder mystery like
Yesterday, we got a deliciously weird infomercial for Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise. Now, the team at TOYBOX is back with an even more in-depth trailer that provides a great look at the many oddities players will get up to when they visit Le Carré next month. It’s 17 minutes of York and
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is set to launch next month on Nintendo Switch. The game is both a prequel and sequel to the original game. If you were concerned that the sequel wouldn’t live up to the campy weirdness that made the original such a cult classic, you can toss that aside.
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise will be launching worldwide on July 10, 2020. Rising Sar Games, and Toybox announced. Deadly Premonition 2 is a Nintendo Switch exclusive, and will be available both on the Nintendo Eshop digitally and in stores physically, for $49.99. A Blessing in Disguise is directed and written by the