Deadly Premonition tells one of the best videogame stories of all time, an uncanny and kooky supernatural detective thriller that's like Twin Peaks meets Silent Hill. However, it's also a mechanical mess and a graphical disaster.
Personally I adore Deadly Premonition, and firmly argue that it's one of the best games of the decade -- not in a 'so bad it's good' kind of way, but legitimately great -- but my senior editor used to Skype me every time I wrote an article about it to moan about the visuals and controls. Philistine. No three people can agree on whether it's brilliant or awful, but for £1.99, there's no better time to find out for yourself.
This is a value-added Director's Cut, no less, and you can read our Deadly Premonition review for my take. A great spot by idx11 at HUKD!