You need to watch this Deadly Premonition trailer - destructoid

You need to watch this Deadly Premonition trailer

5:20 PM on 11.10.2009

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor


Deadly Premonition looks frightening, but for all the wrong reasons. Developed by Access Games and published by Ignition Entertainment alongside Marvelous Entertainment, it's a third-person survival horror game due out early next year.

As an FBI agent trying to solve a murder case in a remote town, specifically the kind of remote town that seems to always breed insane locals, "terrifying" creatures, and cults, it is your mission to run around shooting things until the mystery unravels itself.

Yeah ... I know. That tree did just squirt blood everywhere, and that freaky girl did just stick her hand in the guy's mouth.

As a sucker for all things horror, especially when laughs are involved, I think this game might actually be perfect for me.


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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