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Deadly Premonition coming to Games on Demand

8:00 AM on 06.28.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Cult hit Deadly Premonition is set to continue its improbable success by making it onto Xbox Live's "Games on Demand" service. You will be able to "FK" in the digital coffee from July 15. 

The news solidifies Deadly Premonition as a winner, despite its humble beginnings as an obscure Japanese budget title. Before and even during the game's launch, nobody paid it any attention. Then the videos and reviews started appearing.

Destructoid was perhaps the game's earliest supporter, with a number of editors heavily covering it even before release, and we're thrilled to have seen it done so well. As Swery65 prepares to make a new game, we hope Deadly Premonition continues to thrive on Games on Demand and a publisher sees the potential in funding this magnificent man's projects.



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