Back in June 2011, we informed you about Deadly Premonition. This title was originally released on XBLA, and… well… let’s just say that in our first days we were not as focused to PC gaming as we are nowadays. But anyway, Rising Star Games announced today that The Director’s Cut version of Deadly Premonition is now available to vote for on Steam Greenlight worldwide.
Steam users can vote to have Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut added to Valve’s Steam service here.
Part suspense-filled horror, part action-adventure game, Deadly Premonition offers an open-world experience packed with locals to meet and places to discover, as well as numerous side quests and mini-games that will help you solve the murders and uncover Greenvale’s deepest, darkest secrets.
Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut on PC includes the following new features over and above the original game, plus additional content over the PS3 release:
-A surprising new scenario from the game’s director, Hidetaka ‘Swery’ Suehiro -Enhanced HD graphics with new textures -Reworked control system allowing for an even better combat experience -Downloadable content to expand the mystery beyond the original game -New bonus DLC exclusive to the PC version! -Achievements and Steam Trading Cards (exclusive to the Steam version)
Martin Defries, managing director & COO of Rising Star Games said:
“Steam’s Greenlight process is a first for Rising Star Games and there is nothing better than the cult hit, Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, to make our mark on it. Rising Star Games is an extremely community-driven publisher and our vocal fans have been calling for a PC version of this game, so using Steam Greenlight gives those fans the chance to make a difference.”
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