After being released on 360 only almost three years ago, Deadly Premonition got its own Director's Cut version on PS3 last week. The controls have been improved overall and the resolution of the game too, the problem being now that the framerate took a serious hit. We'll you compare both versions with our videos inside and feel free to share your thoughts about the game. Once you get passed the horrible graphics and clunky controls, Access Games' title can be quite a memorable experience due to its great atmosphere and fantastic set of characters.
They injected life into the game. And it's now a world that looks like ots enjoyable to explore, not just a gap in between colossi. (1 Hour ago)
But the world and creatures look infinitely better than the ps3 remake. (1 Hour ago)
@nostradamus: they seem to have improve the visual concept to me. They havn't deviated from the original at all besides make improvements to stuff that was borked in the original (1 Hour ago)
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boss rush mode. the game has a perfect place. It could very well be a perfect remake for everyone, but as it is it isn't. too much content deviations. and the ps3 is up to snuff as the purist version. (9 Hours ago)
@jmd749: thats just daft. There is nothing wrong on SotCremake for anyone that wasn't there, that din't scale the tower with all the lizard/grip, that didn't catch a eagle, that didn't did all the (9 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: If you want to be so purist, then I could argue the PS2 version is the version to play, afterall PS2's resolution is the resolution the creators created the game's assets to be rendered. (10 Hours ago)