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Posted on Thursday, March 8 @ 19:02:23 PST by Sebastian_Moss

The 2010 PS3 version of Deadly Premonition sadly never made it out of Japan, which is why PlayStation owners interested in the weird open-world survival horror video game will be pleased to hear that a remastered version with PS Move support and new content is in the works.

At a GDC 2012 Harvest Moon post-mortem discussion, developer Yasuhiro Wada casually announced that Swery 65's bizarre cult game will receive a 'Director's Cut' edition for PS3. The new version will be detailed further at E3.

Deadly Premonition split critics and gamers alike, with most calling it a terrible looking game with dated controls, while others praised its unique and unusual plotline and open world aspects.
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