Deadly Premonition (2010) is just one of those games that I’ve always wanted to play, but never gotten around to it. Luckily, Rising Star Games is publishing a Director’s Cut edition of the game, set to come out on April 30th for the PS3.
Polygon published a feature detailing the sketchy history of Deadly Premonition’s development. Phillip Kollar:
The project was troubled from the start. “There were so many problems,” Swery says. In the six years that the game was in development, it was on the verge of being canceled four times.
I’m going to be picking up a copy when it comes out next month, will you?
My Journey | by Oune:
Inspired by my recent experience playing JOURNEY. The companion I got was super great, he would wait for me as I explored around. We would take each other to were the “orbs” were hidden. It was really fun. By the end of the game as we walked out of the mountain he kept drawing hearts on the snow it was so cute and the best Journey I’ve had so far.
This is dedicated to that person~ Who ever you are you were great! Thank you~
I needed something radically different to believe gaming could still move me, something that spoke to who I am as a adult and who I was as a child, and also who I will be in the future.
This was it
Journey is a defiant bridge between art and game, managing to emotionally connect without being cloying, and succeeding in being mysterious without becoming pretentiously vague and obfuscating.
Jim Sterling in his 9/10 review over at Destructoid.
Only 8 more days!
Life Path | by Kyutei (deviantART)
There’s only 10 days left until thatgamecompany’s newest masterpiece, Journey, is released for the public here in North America, so I’ve decided to host a little bit of a countdown here on Cheese Popsicle.
Every day from now until March 13th, I’ll be posting a different piece of fan art for you guys to enjoy. I’m mostly doing this for my benefit, as I’m so so SO excited for this game to come out, but I’m also doing it to try and spread knowledge of the game to different people around the web. The game has been getting phenomenal reviews so far, (Jim Sterling over at Destructoid posted an excellent review a couple days ago) so the game deserves to sell as many copies as possible.
So stick around guys, the next piece of art will be posted tomorrow.
Available for $99.99 this September, Sony is coming out with an official big-ass 7.1 virtual surround sound headset thing for you to spend money on. I think this is going on my Christmas list, seeing as I still don’t own a Bluetooth headset for my PS3.
Sure is thick looking eh?