John Friscia

Our review and those of myriad other publications are out for Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise from Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro and Toybox, and the verdict is… it’s a thing, man. The popular sentiment is that it’s a unique and bizarre experience as expected, but whether that translates into an enjoyable, so-bad-it’s-good video game is another story. In particular, the frame rate and general technical performance are indefensibly terrible. So are there plans to address this? Mmm, apparently not. Not right now anyway. Gaming critic Jim Sterling says he reached out to PR presumably from publisher Rising Star Games, […]

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