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‘D5’ Gets Weird With ‘Deadly Premonition’



The main reason why I haven’t spent any significant amount of time with my copy of D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die is because it just didn’t feel weird enough. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a bizarre game, but it needs something else. Something more. Something like Deadly Premonition.

Its freshly announced sequel is the exact kind of gaming experience I’m looking for right now. I want a game that I can play for six hours straight and not have even the foundation of an idea of what it is I’m doing. This is why I’m looking forward to D5: Dark Dreams Don’t Die with Deadly Premonition. Also, because I miss agent York. That guy’s a hoot.