If you haven’t tried Deadly Premonition yet, then you might just be missing out on one of the most unique gaming experiences of this generation. Originally released on Xbox 360 back in 2010, the game split critics down the middle. Half of them thought the game’s basic graphics, poor controls and surreal nature made it a poor video game, whilst the other half looked past these deficiencies to find the unsettling but brilliant experience underneath.
A directors cut of the game was released earlier this year on PS3, which improved the games graphics (slightly, it still looks like a PS2-era game) and controls, at the same time rounding out the story with some additional cut-scenes. Now it seems this improved version of the game may eventually be heading to PC.
Steam Greenlight has been set up to allow users to vote for which titles find themselves ported to PC and released on Steam, and Rising Star Games has now listed Deadly Premonition on the service. That means if you want to experience Swery 65’s surreal detective horror game on your computer, you had better get voting.