This morning, Atari announced that [i]Alone in the Dark[/i] with be released for both the PC and Xbox 360 simultaneously. Alone in the Dark was the first game to truly help define the survival horror game genre. [p]Eden Games promises to give gamers a heart-stopping survival experience by using a state-of-the-art physics engine. This will allow players to interactive with the environment like never before.[p]"Alone in the Dark is returning to the format that launched survivalgaming – the PC – and after nearly a decade and a half ofever-accelerating technological progress, we anticipate that the titlewill again take the lead on next-generation consoles with the Xbox 360and PC," said Steve Tucker, Director of Marketing, Atari, Inc. "This isone for gamers to keep an eye on in the coming months as Atari and Edenbegin to reveal details that will demonstrate how we will fulfill thesepromises." [p]Sporting an all new gameplay structure that is designed to appeal to a mass audience, [i]Alone in the Dark[/i] is striving to re-establish itself as the survival horror genre-leader. Stay with mygamer.com for more details.
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