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Deadly Premonition Game of the Year Edition announced!


9:00 AM on 04.01.2010
Deadly Premonition Game of the Year Edition announced! photo



Destructoid is honored and thrilled to exclusively announce Deadly Premonition: Game of the Year Edition. Based on the amazing cult success of this incredibly unique budget title, Ignition is releasing a stupendous special edition package that still manages to cost less than your average retail game. 

For $29.99, this limited version comes with a an embossed metallic cover, a "Team Zach" T-shirt and a brilliant travel-size coffee maker set (with bonus "FK"). Even more awesome is the fact that Destructoid is quoted on the back of the box. For less than thirty bucks, it's a guaranteed winner. 

Deadly Premonition: Game of the Year Edition is slated for release later this year. We'll have more word on it in the near future.

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