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D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die now available on PC


Season One on sale for $13.49
Jun 06
 
The time has finally come! Deadly Premonition developer Access Games and Hidetaka "Swery 65" Suehiro's D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is out now on Windows PC. Normally $14.99, you can currently grab the first season at a 10 ...




PC Port Report: D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die


1 tequila, 2 tequila, 3 tequila, D4
Jun 03
 
First, let's take a moment to really appreciate my tequila sub header. It's the little details that count. That's what D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is all about. Sure, when a catgirl is doing karate in your face it's easy to thi...




You can download a demo for D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die on PC


Go for it
May 29
 
D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die was awesome on Xbox One, and it's looking awesome on PC. You can try it out starting today by way of a demo, which is up now on Access Games' official Japanese site. It looks like the English ve...




D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is better without Kinect on PC


Controller and mouse support are a go
May 07
 
This year, D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is coming to PC, and as soon as I heard the news, I jumped up and down. This is an adventure that needs to be in the hands of as many people as possible, and confining it to just the ...




Swery: D4 on PC is '100 percent bona fide D4'


Kinect didn't make the game
May 07
 
To say that developer Hidetaka Suehiro -- or, Swery65 as most everyone knows him -- has a knack for creating unique and strange videogame experiences would be an understatement. He has a loyal cult following, as anyone that l...




It's official, David: Swery's D4 is coming to PC


'When' is just one more unknown
May 01
 
Japanese developer Swery has done a great job curating an air of mystery around the plot of his games. However, he hasn't been as outstanding at keeping the games themselves a mystery. Such is the case with a PC port of D4: D...




Dark Dreams Don't Die with Deadly Premonition


If only it were real
Apr 01
 
Deadly Premonition's Francis York Morgan and Dark Dreams Don't Die's David Young, together under one roof? Now there's a conversation I want to overhear. Someone's been reading my mind. Designer Swery65 tweeted this image for...




The Kinect's best game may come to PC, compliments of Swery


Swery showed of a build of D4 on PC at PAX East
Mar 09
 
We'd seen the tweets hinting at it before, but over this past weekend at PAX East, Dark Dreams Don't Die on PC became a reality, at least for a few days. Swery, creator of Deadly Premonition and Dark Dreams Don't Die (D...




Mega64 does Dark Dreams Don't Die


Push everything
Mar 03
 
The longer we go without a second season of Dark Dreams Don't Die, the more I realize how much I genuinely connected with Swery65's strange adventure game. What a tragedy it would be for this story to go unfinished. I need r...




Clam chowder: The moment I fell in love with D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die


Feeling hungry?
Jan 12
 
Keep an eye on David Young (the guy who doesn't look like Philip Seymour Hoffman). He's the time-traveling protagonist of D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, an Xbox One adventure game from Deadly Premonition director Swery, and oh m...




Go download your free D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die and MX vs. ATV Alive


D 4 free
Jan 05
 
I'm downloading Swery's Dark Dreams Don't Die right now. You should do the same, assuming you have an Xbox One and an Xbox Live Gold membership. The quirky adventure game is free throughout January as part of Microsoft's Game...




D4 is on sale, so everyone should buy it immediately


Deez discounts do discontinue
Nov 04
 
Hey, you! Yeah, the person that owns an Xbox One and is staring confusedly at the guy yelling at them over the Internet! I'm talkin' to you! D4's on sale for Xbox Live Gold members, so you should probably go pick that up righ...




D4 will never appear on PS4, says Swery


He never said anything about PC
Oct 02
 
I was enamored by D4 recently. Swery's signature charm was all there, and I especially liked that the Kinect-only mechanic was dropped in favor of an optional controller. A lot of people out there have expressed interest in t...




Behold, D4's chilling grand finale... or something. Whatever


Xbox, go home
Sep 25
 
Sometimes playing video games is a fun experience and everyone enjoys themselves. Other times, someone winds up screaming at the TV. That's life. However, I can't remember the last time I found myself screaming "Eat the f*cki...




Our D4 playthrough part 2: send in the clowns


Damn! Dang! Darn! Uhh... Dildos!
Sep 24
 
I think the lesson Bill and I learned playing D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is that we need to calibrate the Kinect, and make sure it can see us properly. Beyond that, I'm still unclear what this game is about, and it's vaguely u...




We attempted to play D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die


Look D4 you leap
Sep 23
 
Okay, so Chris Carter absolutely loved D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, so Bill and I figured we'd check it out... and uh. Wow. Goodness gracious. That certainly is some sort of video game. I think. Honestly, if I didn't have this whole experience on video, I might think there was a gas leak in my house making us go all stupid and insane.




Here's Swery holding a monkey and standing next to a yellow plastic woman


Either TGS is the best, or Swery is the best
Sep 17
 
Was that headline not descriptive enough for you? What did you think would be in this post? There's Swery nonchalantly holding a stuffed monkey next to a weird yellow plastic statue thing. He did that during the entirety of h...




Swery's quirky D4 releases worldwide this Friday


Announced at TGS 2014
Sep 17
 
Straight out of TGS 2014, it's been announced that Swery65's quirky D4 is launching worldwide this Friday for $14.99 exclusively on Xbox One.  Seeing as this game is episodic, the prologue, episode one, and episode two a...




Swery65's D4 is all about finding D, dodging weirdos


Unfortunately, weirdos abound when you're looking for D...
Jun 10
 
Swery65 brought us Deadly Premonition, so you know D4 is going to be weird. In fact, Swery told me that he drafted six or seven different stories to work on next and in his partnership with Microsoft, went with the "most biza...




Swery continues to defend D4 Xbox One exclusivity


This man is relentless!
Nov 27
 
After being pestered by the millions of fans who don't want to buy an Xbox One for Swery's upcoming D4, the famed developer re-iterated that the game is in fact an exclusive. Once again speaking to Gaming Bolt, Swery had a fe...




D4, Swery65's Xbox One Kinect game, is wonderfully weird


TGS preview
Sep 21
 
Upcoming Xbox One title D4 was designed for use with Microsoft's Kinect sensor. Game director Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro made it a point to stress this during our Tokyo Game Show meeting. D4 can be played with a controller, b...




Swery65 talks D4 Xbox One exclusivity, and more


This is one exclusive I think a lot of people can get behind
Sep 20
 
I don't think I've ever heard a collective amount of cheers and sighs so loud as when Swery65's new D4 project was announced -- only to have it become an Xbox One exclusive seconds later. Microsoft had a chance to sit down wi...




Murder mystery D4 sure looks like another Swery65 game


Thank goodness for that!
Jun 13
 
The director of Deadly Premonition is back with a Kinect game called D4. Among the Xbox One exclusives shown at E3, this was right up there as one of the most attention-grabbing. After meeting with Swery65 and Microsoft Stud...




Swery65's D4 will be exclusive to the Xbox One


Well this is interesting
Jun 12
 
Swery65's intriguing new game D4 will definitely be exclusive to the Xbox One, the designer has confirmed today. It's a pretty odd development for sure, but if you recall, Deadly Premonition was exclusive to the Xbox 360 for ...





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