‘Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut’ Dated For April, Shows Off Gameplay

You can head right over to Gametrailers to check out three new videos from the visually touched-up remake of the cult supernatural mystery game from Rising Star. In the GT-exclusive videos, particular focus has been given to combat, an updated intro, and some of “The Director’s Cut’s” early footage.

Special Agent Francis York Morgan will be investigating the Red Seed murders in glorious HD (again, but slightly nicer) with stereoscopic 3D support and modified difficulty so that the endings are more accessible according to this post on Siliconera. You’ll also be able to check out a new ending created just for this version of the game as well as decide if you want to mess around with its PS Move support.

If that’s whet your appetite for the PS3-exclusive re-release, then know that this very… idiosyncratic game (think of it as a Lynchian “Silent Hill” by way of Tommy Wiseau’s “The Room”), then you should be happy to know that it’s also got a firm release date of April 30th.

[Source: Eurogamer]

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