D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die Review - Thirsty For The D

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die Review - Thirsty For The D

A twisted marriage between Heavy Rain and Deadly Premonition. A twisted, delirious marriage.

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I have been keen for this since they showed it at E3, I am very glad it did live up to be fantastic.

I will download it later today.

So...now there's NOW games that actually use the Kinetic well?
-The other being Child of Eden.

Gah! Swery! You're killing me with this microsoft exclusive stuff. XD I adored Deadly Premonitions to tears when I finally got a chance to play it, but sadly this one game doesn't justify an Xbone purchase, so I guess I'll just have to hope for another cross-platform director's cut down the road.

Well if he ever decides to put it on PS4 or PC, I'll certainly give it a go.

Why he gravitates towards the Xbox I'll never understand.

That first paragraph reads like it was taken right out of an episode of Podtoid/Dismal Jesters. Especially since it's set in Boston.

Wait...

Steve2911:
Well if he ever decides to put it on PS4 or PC, I'll certainly give it a go.

Why he gravitates towards the Xbox I'll never understand.

This may have something to do with the motion controls. As for Deadly Premonition, I don't know.

I'm only a little disappointed to learn that D4 isn't the fourth game in the D trilogy.
Only a little, because all those games were bad. But still disappointed.

 

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