Put down your peanut butter and jelly. Drop your ham and cheese in the garbage. Those old sandwiches are played out. The Sinner Sandwich is what you need. What’s in a Sinner Sandwich, you ask? If you’ve played Deadly Premonition, you’ll know it’s the best sandwich around.
Clearly made on a shoestring budget and modeled after Twin Peaks, Deadly Premonition is a murder mystery that’s set in a small town called Greenvale. You play as FBI agent Francis York Morgan, who’s been sent to investigate a murder.
The game is certifiably creepy and darkly comedic as you encounter the strange residents of the town. But perhaps the strangest part happens when you and a local deputy sit down for lunch in a diner. Just after you order your food, a man wearing a gas mask named Mr. Stewart enters and has his assistant order his favorite sandwich. The sandwich in question consists of bread, turkey, strawberry jam, and cereal.
Overhearing the odd request, Agent Morgan labels it a “Sinner Sandwich,” a meal so gross that it could only be ordered as a form of self-imposed punishment. Not so, says Mr. Stewart, who insists Morgan try it. Morgan does, and you know what? He loves it. He even changes his order to a Sinner Sandwich.
The cutscene is so weird and memorable that even if you don’t think Deadly Premonition is a cult masterpiece, you might treat yourself to a Sinner Sandwich anyway.
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