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Deadly Premonition Guide Progress – See what I have so far…

August 30th, 2011 | 11:17 pm   By: Whitney

Hey guys, I’ve been asked to post what I have done so far on my guide and I thought, “why not?” since it’s taking me forever to complete it! I have through Episode 1 written (but I’m still proof reading so please excuse any horrid grammar/spelling mistakes!) but I will continue to add more chapters as I go so check back often for guide updates!

You can check it out here:

Deadly Premonition 100% Walkthrough [In Progress]

Deadly Premonition Special Edition, prequel and sequel? Awesome!

August 23rd, 2011 | 2:00 pm   By: Whitney

During Gamescom 2011 Deadly Premonition director, SWERY mentioned that he and Access Games have plans for not only a special edition of Deadly Premonition with improved graphics but also are planing for both a prequel and a sequel to the game as well!

SWERY also said that none of these plans are set in stone but that fact that they are being considered has me very excited! 😀

[UPDATE] Thanks again Edward!

You can read the full SWERY interview here:

Source ( Thanks to Edward Duff for the link!

Welcome to Greenvale on Facebook!

August 12th, 2011 | 10:03 am   By: Whitney

Hey guys I decided to make a facebook fan page for the site. If you enjoy the site please give it a “like” :)

Wecome to Greenvale Fan Page

Golden Joystick Awards: Vote for Deadly Premonition!

August 1st, 2011 | 11:07 am   By: Whitney

Deadly Premonition is up for the “Best Action Game” Golden Joystick. Give it your vote!

Best Action Game: Vote for Deadly Premonition!

What is the Golden Joystick Awards?

The Golden Joysticks is the only annual awards that is voted for by gamers – the people who go out and buy the games – not a stuffy voting panel of ‘experts’ who haven’t actually been into a game shop for 10 years. We like to think this adds a degree of authenticity and relevance to our awards.

As well as being very much a ‘people’s choice’ the Golden Joystick Awards is also a fixture of the games industry’s calendar. It stands as one of the few opportunities outside of tradeshows like E3 and GamesCom for the vibrant industry to get together under one roof to celebrate and recognize the year’s greatest gaming achievements.