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Apr
19
2013

Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut Goes Gold

Rising Star Games Inc, a leading publisher of interactive entertainment is pleased to announced that Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, has gone gold, and will be available April 30, 2013 across North America, exclusively on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and PlayStation Network.

Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, the award-winning game from the creative mind of Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro, gives players an open-world experience featuring detailed interactions with Greenvale locals, as well as numerous side quests and mini games to help solve the murders and uncover hidden town secrets.

Playing as special agent Francis York Morgan (just call him York – everyone else does), players must investigate the brutal murder of a young local beauty. Amidst the backdrop of soaring mountains and a small American town, York must solve the mystery of the Red Seed Murders and stay alive in a place where supernatural creatures and a killer seek to end his investigation.

New Features for Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut:

  • New Scenario – Surprising new scenario from the game’s director, Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro that will please new and hardcore fans alike
  • HD graphics – complete graphic overhaul with new HD textures
  • Improved Controls – reworked control system and mappable controls allow for an even better combat experience
  • Downloadable content – Expand the mystery beyond the original game and let Agent York (and Zach) live it up in Greenvale – *PROFILING START*

From now through its North American release date of April 30, 2013, fans who pre-order Deadly Premonition from Amazon.com will receive the Amazon-exclusive Field Ops suit, increasing HP and Attack Power x3. Fans who pre-order from Gamestop will receive the GameStop-exclusive Espresso Suite, resisting tolerance to Hunger and Tiredness x3.

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