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Deadly Premonition Coming to Xbox Live on Demand

Posted by TurtleGirl On June - 28 - 2011

Rising Star Games today announced Deadly Premonition is coming to Microsoft Xbox LIVE Games on Demand. Deadly Premonition went on to be nominated for and, in some cases, win an impressive number of awards.
 

Developed by Access Games, Deadly Premonition is an open-world game set in Greenvale, a secluded rural town in North-West America. Playing as FBI Special Agent Francis York, gamers are charged with solving the shocking, ritualistic and brutal murder of a local girl, unravelling the mystery via clues, lies and a trail of bodies. Agent York travels around Greenvale in a variety of vehicles – entertaining gamers with facts about movies along the way – encountering eccentric natives, supernatural creatures and a folklore killer, who stalks his victims in a blood-drenched raincoat. Agent York’s appearance changes in ‘real time’ (shaving, showering and eating are essential), and this level of hygiene has consequences as it influences the townsfolk’s perceptions of him. Side quests and mini-games, such as darts, fishing and collecting trading cards also feature.
 

“Deadly Premonition is a quirky and unique title we are proud to have published,” says Martin Defries, managing director, Rising Star Games. “We knew there was an audience for the title and we delivered them the game they wanted. Now Deadly Premonition is on Games on Demand it will give even more people a chance to marvel at this completely individual title and decide for themselves what they think of the most controversial title of 2010.”
 

Deadly Premonition is to be released on the Xbox Live Network via Games on Demand 5thJuly 2011, courtesy of Rising Star Games www.risingstargames.com.

1 Response so far
  1. Conan Said,

    I played, completed and enjoyed it. The story, script and characters are fun and makes you want to find out what is happening. Everything else though – driving, shooting, moving, graphics and everything else is not very well done at all. Bad enough that it will make you turn off the game. But if you did, you would miss out on a really great and involving storyline that makes all these negatives i mentioned not that big a deal.

    Posted on June 29th, 2011 at 9:20 pm

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