Deadly Premonition creator planning new project, needs publisher

Access Games, developer of the Ignition-published Deadly Premonition, is planning a new project. Deadly Premonition director Swery65 said that he has been thinking up ideas for a new game, but needs a publisher to get it started.

“It’s high time we started working on something new,” wrote Swery65 in a recent blog entry. “However, since the company I work for, Access Games, is only a developer at this point, we focus on creating games… we have to team up with a publisher and create a scheme for the entire process from production to release.

“In other words, the reality of the matter is that I can say I want to make a new game! As much as I want, but that alone is not enough to start the process. Would anyone be ready to invest in us?”

He added that he will “work until it kills him” to make “something really good,” once they get the ball rolling.

Ignition, are you up for a second go at publishing? That would be two cult hits, for you.

Thanks, D’toid.

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