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Deadly Premonition (Xbox 360)

by Rising Star Games
Xbox 360
 Ages 18 and Over
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
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  • The town of Greenvale is a living breathing open world
  • Real 24 hour and weather cycles
  • Maintenance of Agent York’s daily appearance has consequences and influences the inhabitants perceptions
  • Travel the landscape with a variety of cars which must be maintained
  • Original horror storytelling and deep characterisation with voice acting and history for every resident
  • Tons of side-quest and mini-games like fishing, darts and collecting trading cards
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • ASIN: B003VM9DEI
  • Release Date: 29 Oct 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,091 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Deadly Premonition is a third-person survival-horror-action game that blends gritty crime investigation gameplay, with a topnotch story and classic melee and ranged combat. Set across an expansive and persistent open world game environment filled with more than 30 non-player characters (NPCs), side quests and multiple types of deadly supernatural enemies, Deadly Premonition offers a unique and haunting interactive gaming experience unlike any other.

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Story
Deadly Premonition follows the adventures of Special Agent Francis York Morgan sent to the fictional Pacific Northwest town of Greenvale to investigate the brutal murder of a young local beauty. Amidst the backdrop of soaring mountains and a town filled with eccentric natives, Agent Morgan must solve the mystery of the Red Seed Murders and stay alive in a place where supernatural creatures and a legendary folklore killer seek to end his investigation permanently.

Special Agent Francis York Morgan from Deadly Premonition
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Gameplay
Action in Deadly Premonition is split between investigative gameplay required to solve the series of murders that have been committed in Greenvale and combat tactics needed to survive the bevy of creatures that inexplicably lurk the town and its surroundings. The game features a persistent open world which the player in the role of Agent Morgan can explore at will, searching for clues and observing and/or interacting with non-player characters (NPCs). The game is populated with more than 30 NPCs, each with its own personality, backstory, etc. These townspeople are wary of becoming the next victim of the murderer on the loose, and one perhaps of being exposed as the killer. Because of the variety of NPC attitudes toward Agent Morgan and his investigation, as well as the persistent gameworld allowing them to have their own schedules which vary from hour to hour, players can stalk them, hoping to reveal clues, character insights and even side quests. Deadly Premonition also contains a wealth of horror-survival combat gameplay. As players crisscross the gameworld in search of clues to the murders, they will encounter dangerous, otherworldly creatures. Some of these like the zombie like "Shadows" can be dealt with using a variety of melee weapons and firearms available in the game, but players will also encounter the legendary axe-wielding fiend known as the "Raincoat Killer". What if any connection is there between these creatures and the murders afflicting the town? That is up to you to determine. What is certain though is that they pose an immediate and very real threat to your survival, making players' decisions whether to run or stand his ground crucial in each varying situation.

Key Game Features

  • A living, breathing persistent world of investigative mystery, featuring NPCs with their own individual mysteries to uncover.
  • Dozens of side quests that will further immerse the player and reveal more of Greenvale’s secret underbelly.
  • Engage in open world adventure as you go sightseeing and explore the town of Greenvale while you solve the mysteries within it.
  • A combination of over-the-shoulder shooter action, driving, and 3rd person adventure/exploration offers a variety of gameplay.
  • Use your profiling prowess to recreate the crime with the various clues and items found at the scene.
  • Dozens of melee, ranged and hidden weapons to defend yourself from the onslaught of evil.
  • Lengthy campaign with over 20 hours of gameplay.
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A gruesomely treated victim of the killer in Deadly Premonition
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More than 30 unique NPCs.
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An in-game combat screen against a Shadow enemy in Deadly Premonition
3rd-person survival action.
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The Raincoat Killer with his axe in Deadly Premonition
Frightening boss encounters.
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Product Description

Deadly Premonition is a third-person survival-horror action adventure game that places players in the role of Special Agent Francis York Morgan, the FBI agent in charge of investigating the brutal killing of a local beauty and solving the mystery of the "Red Seed Murders." Deadly Premonition offers a unique and haunting gaming experience unlike any other.

Investigate the murders and unravel each series of interlocking mysteries in the small rural town of Greenvale, Washington while encountering numerous complex, unusual characters along the way. The local townspeople hinder Agent York's work with their eccentric behavior while supernatural creatures and a folkloric killer seek to end York's investigation... permanently!

  • The town of Greenvale is a living breathing open world
  • Real 24 hour and weather cycles
  • Maintenance of Agent York daily appearance has consequences and influences the inhabitants perceptions
  • Travel the landscape with a variety of cars which must be maintained
  • Original horror storytelling and deep characterisation with voice acting and history for every resident
  • Tons of side-quest and mini-games like fishing, darts and collecting trading cards

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    95 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars ... in the coffee. 25 Nov 2010
    By Shane
    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
    Deadly Premonition has already achieved cult status within the gaming community for being truly unlike anything else. Sure, it plays like everything else but somehow it's so bizarre that no one ever believed it'd work. You'll either love it or hate it.

    You play as FBI Agent York, who's visiting the town of Greenvale after a bizarre murder takes place. You've been following cases of murder all over the US where signature red seeds were left at the crime scenes. Wait, that's actually a lie. `You' play as Zach, Agent York's alter-ego with whom he regularly converses in public with. This is a moment of design genius. You're not playing the character directly, but the voice in his head that tells him what to do. Slowly, you warm to York, becoming a close friend and so the emotional impact of the story is much higher than a regular game. Together, you'll discuss the merits of B-movies like The Deadly Spawn, help York write his daily report and tell FBI tales to townsfolk, including how unsanitary it is to piss in a human skull and then use it as a cup. Oh, and there's also a few conversations about the benefits of cereal in sandwiches and the fortune telling abilities of good coffee. I can't discuss the story too much without spoilers and I'm sat here like an awestruck child wanting to divulge all the game's twists, funny moments and surreal events.

    You arrive in Greenvale by car. Driving, lighting a cigarette, talking on a phone and working on a laptop. Agent York is the king of multi-tasking, until he crashes his car. Following this vehicular mishap is the game's first scene of combat, dream sequence and then a 500 yard jog down a motorway. Yes, that's right. You have to jog for 500 yards with no music and absolutely nothing happening.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    By Mion
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    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
    I've been trying for the last three days to get Deadly Premonition out of my head. I can't. And the worst part is that no other game is filling the hole it left.

    I began playing the game from the same position many people do - one of ironic detatchment. Given how cheap it was on Amazon, and how hilariously awkward some of the cutscenes looked on Youtube, I figured I had to buy it. I bought it at the same time as Alan Wake, and started playing Deadly Premonition first on a whim, expecting it to be the worse of the two. It isn't.

    If you're reading this review then you probably already know the game's reputation, and some of the memes surrounding it. You probably know about "F.K. in the coffee", the Sinner's Sandwich, and how the main character is a strange man who sleeps on a mattress in a graveyard eating unlimited green tomatoes, peeking in the residents' windows, and talking to his imaginary friend called Zach. All of these are things that might make you feel like you want to play it for some cheap laughs. And initially, that's what you'll receive. You'll be frustrated at the first horribly inept combat sequences, and you'll laugh yourself into a stupor at the game's first handful of cutscenes. You'll become frustrated at the horrible map system and the overall lack of any kind of competent sidequest tracking. But once you hook yourself up with a map from the internet and a list of the sidequests, and start actually setting out to EXPLORE Greenvale and immerse yourself in it, it starts to feel strangely compelling.

    If you put the time into this game it will pay dividends. Keep your eyes peeled when walking around town and you can find actual clues that will help you work out the mystery sooner.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars A flawed breath of fresh air. 13 Aug 2011
    Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
    I'll be brief. This game is one of a kind and has a sense of humor you cannot deny. The story telling is good, the cut scenes are in places hilarious, and the characters are well structured. There are too many problems with this game to make this a classic, however. The combat is awful. The driving is awful. The actual game play is almost cringe worthy but if you put time into this game and enjoy the story line alone, you may find that this game is a flawed gem worthy of acclaim.
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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars great mystery storytelling 9 Nov 2010
    By Naminee
    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
    I finished the game for the first time and have completed the side quests and collected all the trading cards so I can honestly say; this game really rocks!!!
    You read it right; at least for me this is a must buy game and really doesn't deserve the harsh critic it gets from many so called reviewers on other websites; I'm glad to see people on here really appreciate this game.
    -The graphics aren't as bad as some make them out to be; ok they aren't as polished as what we're used to nowadays but they really add atmosphere to the game: think about silent hill.
    -The control; everywhere I look people complain about the controls: well this wasn't an issue for me at all; I'm a fan of the silent hill series but dare to say silent hill has worse controls and camera than DP.
    -voice overs, music,sound : well most of the voice overs are done pretty well; York is just great, the sound and music although weird: is just what this game needed so nothing bad to say: ofcourse it isn't what most of us are used to but being original or different doesn't have to be bad at all: we are loaded with games that are all the same so I was glad there finally was a game which is different.

    -the story is just brilliant; it could be a great original mystery thriller movie. For me it has to be one of the greatest stories told in a game!
    -side quests: while many games have side quests; those included in DP are fun and add to the story; it lets you get to know characters better and get to know their secrets or stories about Greenvale and completing them gives you a reward ; a card, infinite guns,items,.... I really would advise to just try to beat every side quest.
    -realism: you can drive other cars all having their own radiotune and different way of driving.
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    As I said very good however the layout is very unique it takes a while to get use to playing but it has a layout like older games such as Resident evil so if you play those you... Read more
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    2.0 out of 5 stars Awful game
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    Published 7 months ago by Jonny
    3.0 out of 5 stars Like watching a train wreck...
    Deadly Premonition is just...wow. If you are into gaming then you definitely need to play this to see how bad it is! Read more
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