So... the graph is not everything and that has been demonstrated with Deadly Premonition. They are already many games of the NewGen impressed in graphs and disappointed in plot, argument, characters and gameplay. Deadly Prem, although in principle not motivates by its poor graphics and a prologue something slow and rough... If they motivate and manage to avoid that bad first impression and decide to give him a chance to play... will be there that it is a true gem. That the graphics and soundtrack are bad? Yes, but is a low-budget game video... so what catches is the good script and its originality. The truth don't want you stop once you hooked up to finish it... What is appreciated... think that all gamers are trying that at the time of purchasing a game, that motivates us and make us feel that our money was well spent. I repeat: the first impression may not be the best... but for those who do buy... not stay only. In a nutshell: a very good delivery.