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Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut coming to PS3

Mar 08 // Jim Sterling
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According to reports around the Web, Yasuhiro Wada just made a huge announcement for fans of Swery 65's beautifully demented Deadly Premonition. Westerners are finally getting a PS3 version, and more importantly, it'll ship with new content! Wada made the statement at a Harvest Moon post-mortem discussion.

The game will have PS Move support.

Due to mistranslation, it was first thought that this might be Deadly Premonition 2, but sadly that's not happening yet. Still, there is talk of Swery working on more DP projects, so we hold out hope. Finally getting a PS3 version in the West is a good sign nonetheless. 

Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut should have more information around E3 time. I'll be getting it again, because I am still obsessed with this game. 

 


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