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Swery: “Don’t Expect To Be Able To Play D4 On Any Platform Besides The Xbox One"

Posted on Wednesday, November 27 @ 06:23:24 PST by Alex_Osborn

Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro has made it clear that his upcoming game D4 (Dark Dreams Don't Die) won't be coming to any platforms besides Xbox One. In addition, the game is not a sequel to the cult classic Deadly Premonition.

"Please don’t expect to be able to play D4 on any platform besides the Xbox One. Please understand that D4 is not a sequel to Deadly Premonition," Swery told GamingBolt. "This is not what you think about with Kinect. This game is something the core will be able to enjoy and see why Kinect is a great enhancement to gaming as a whole."

He then went on to tout the innovation buried within this game, serving up an experience unlike anything else out there.

We’re working hard on the production of this new title – D4 – by setting up the foundation of "emotional involvement" and "realistic senses and feelings." I feel that we are basically creating a kind of game that’s really the first of its kind. We’re aiming to create the sort of game that will truly become an "experience" in the players’ lives, and I really think you’ll like what we have in store.

Are you excited for Swery's new project? Do you think D4 can really take advantage of Kinect in interesting ways? Comment below and let us know.

Related Games:   D4
Tags:   Xbox One, kinect

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