One of the most divisive games of recent times, a great game caught in an unfortunate execution and a new version so that PS3 users can discover one of the most shocking titles of the generation.
In Deadly Premonition we take on the role of FBI agent Francis York Morgan that must travel until the fictitious population of Greenvale, in the United States, to investigate a macabre murder. The influence of Twin Peaks on the premise and the plot is very present in the game, but the modest Japanese studio has managed to devise something that far surpasses the surrealism of David Lynch.
Deadlight Director’s Cut Trailer
The story and the characters are so twisted and the situations are so bizarre that it is impossible to predict what will happen next, which leaves us stuck to a plot that never disappoints. The protagonist himself is one of the most memorable characters that can be found in the video game, partly because of his own attributes – a guy who spends the game talking to a Zach that only he sees is certainly striking – but it is also shocking for the limitations of the study when creating animations and facial expressions
You can do activities like fishing and there are many side quests that can be undertaken if you talk to someone in the right place at the right time, giving a strong exploration component to the game. York trapped and shooting all kinds of supernatural creatures, including some “bosses”.
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2,4GHz+ or better.
OS: Microsoft® Windows 7/8/10 – 64bit.
VIDEO CARD: 512 MB video card with Shader model 3.0 support.
SOUND CARD: DirectX 9 compatible sound card.
FREE DISK SPACE: 5 GB.
Deadlight Director’s Cut Full Version PC Game
How to Install?
- Click on “Download Game” button.
- Download “Deadlight Director’s Cut” Installer (Supports Resumable Downloads).
- Open the Installer, Click Next and choose the directory where to Install.
- Let it Download Full Version game in your specified directory.
- Open the Game and Enjoy Playing.
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