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Alone In The Dark: INFERNO by Atari Games




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Strong Language
  • Violence
Alone In The Dark: INFERNO is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Atari Games
  • Developer: Atari
  • Category: Action , Horror

Product Details:

The game that started the popular survival horror genre returns better than ever! Players control Edward Carnby, the main character from the original Alone in the Dark, on a thrilling journey through a dark and terrifying re-creation of New York's Central Park where Carnby must discover the truth behind a dark conspiracy.

With inspiration from the presentation style of popular action TV dramas, Alone in the Dark will be split into a number of distinct episodes. With approximately 30-40 minutes of gameplay comprising each episode, the structure of Alone in the Dark pulls you into world that delivers a fiercely gripping and terrifying experience. Each time the player launches a saved game, the episode will begin with a video summary of the previous episode to quickly re-immerse the player in the story and removing the need to remember where they were or what they were doing. Every episode will close with a nail-biting cliff-hanger ending to rattle players' nerves, and if the player is leaving the game a video teaser of the next episode will play to leave them wanting more.

Alone in the Dark will provide a complete next-generation, action packed experience within a highly detailed, free roaming environment, featuring a mixture of real-time physics and full environmental interaction. The game will mark a new beginning for the Alone in the Dark series.

  • Action oriented gameplay that features intense "edge of your seat" thrills and twists
  • Immersive free-roaming, interactive environments intricately based on NYC's Central Park
  • Episodic Structure: 30 to 40 minute episodes grip you in a constant, high level of intensity
  • Story written by Lorenzo Carcaterra (NY Times Bestselling author of "Sleepers" and "Apaches")
  • Wide range weapons to destroy both enemy agents and eventually the source of the evil itself
  • Vehicles not only offer a means of transportation, but become actual game mechanics which are part of puzzles and solutions to in game challenges
  • Eden's new TWILIGHT engine creates a lavishly detailed game world with highly realistic effects such as moisture, reflections and advanced cinematography
  • Full 360° camera control: enhanced camera controls allows complete freedom of the camera and better handling of third person movement for even more immersive gameplay enabling players to view the fire and mass destruction they are causing in all of its glory.
  • Fine-tuned controls: quicker and smoother reactivity of the hero's movements in third person view increases the pace of the game and makes for faster, reflexive gameplay during tense fighting scenarios;
  • Inventory system more accessible: more logical jacket inventory system with the ability to scroll rapidly through the inventory with the D-pad or analog stick to combine objects. In addition, gameplay is paused when accessing the inventory system to allow maximum creativity in combining items to create unique flammable weapons;
  • More tips: additional on-screen tips will help players quickly adapt to controls and easily understand how to overcome tricky situations;
  • Spectral Vision tuning: a tutorial earlier in the storyline explains the need to burn roots in order to gain spectral vision (a power that grants you the ability to see the unseen) and difficulty tuning means less spectral vision is required to reach the end of the game; Improved car dynamics and handling: driving has been tuned with increased suspension and reduced drifting giving overall better handling to make driving a fun walk in the park every time;
  • 59th Street level tuning: one of the game's most exciting sequences just got better. 59th Street has been tweaked for a more satisfying race against the fissure with difficulty tuning, an added checkpoint at Columbus Circle and clear voice directions given by Sarah;
  • Brand new thrilling action sequence: an exclusive new sequence has been added in Episode 6 for even more excitement and variety of gameplay in the episode.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing This game is awesome. The creatures can only be killed by fire. Their almost like zombies, but a lot harder to kill. Also in this game you can create weapons. You won't believe what you can create. Finally this game you really have think because this game also a problem solver.
    Date published: 2011-12-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from great game we all wondered why centeral park is so big and in this chapter of alone in the dark we find out why and it worked amazingly well. It's not often we see a story compelling and imaginative such as this and the story of the game is great and written well and i would love to see an alone in the dark movie exactly like this game and the graphics are great and the sound is top notch and voice acting well lets just say it gets the job done. the music score of the game is amazing and really helps the mood of the game. The controls are clunky and tricky to master the driving in the game is just bad. the cars feel light and hard to steer and the goin into ur jacket all the time can be annoying and some of the physics could have been more reallistic but with all that said the game is good and the story is great and the story alone is worth buying
    Date published: 2011-08-04
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fun for a little while I bought this around Halloween when I looking for scary game to play It has some scary moments but there few far between. The can be a tiresome so time mostly you die for something dumb like you didn't have the flashlight shinning the right spot when fight blob in the tunnel.
    Date published: 2011-03-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice:) I played this game and was good I mean the graphics are ok,but really hard game. I give it 9.5
    Date published: 2010-12-28
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from ITS OK I bought this game couple days ago looking 4 a challenging game and i've been wanting 2 buy this game 4 a while now so i thought ok ill buy it and give it a try and it was a bad idea this game was so boring its not even funny there is nothing really challenging in the whole game at all the graphics are good could be better i really hope this game was gonna be good even at ***** it was not wroth it this game got boring bout 10 minutes into i lost interest but i still played it and beat it took me bout 5 hours and those 5 hours could of been 2 a better game.. and after i beat the game i went 2 gamestop and returned it cuz it was not a game i wanted in my collection at all...if u are thinking of getting this game DONT its not wroth it and put couple bucks in2 something better overall 4/10
    Date published: 2009-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much Better on the PS3! I have been a fan of the Alone in the Dark games ever since the original PS1. I purchased the game for the XBox 360 the day it came out and though I did play the whole thing through, it was extremely difficult in terms of battle, controls, driving etc. I found myself wanting to throw my controller at the screens several times. I went back after I finally beat the game anp played several levels over again, but the game never got any easier to control. When I heard that the controls were fixed for the PS3 version, I decided to give the game another try, and I'm glad I did. All the parts I remember going crazy over before were far easier to control this time around. Don't get me wrong, the game is still plenty difficult, but certain parts that were too uncontrollable before (using a burning chair to block a light while you walked, for example) or little, irritating and unnecessary challenges like having to hotwire a car while being attacked by 10 different bad guys (most cars now have keys and they have greatly reduced the amount of baddies throughout the park) have been fixed. Using fire bullets to take down badguys has also been improved. During the driving challenges, your passenger now tells you where to turn and when. Personlly, I feel that the game is a hundred times better than before. Whether you have played it before or not, I highly recommend giving this verson a try.
    Date published: 2008-12-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loving this game Let me tell you that the demo did not do the final game justice. The gameplay is so much better and the controls are totally fixed. Now I do admit that the combat can be awkward since you fight using the right analog stick, but then again that may just be that I am just no good at fighting that way. The camera is a lot better now, not perfect but a heck of a lot better than old build demo and the 360 version. I tried playing in 3rd and 1rst person and I must say it feels really natural playing in the 3rd person, playing in 1rst person feels a bit clumsy and the default speed for that mode was a little to fast for me. In the demo it seemed nothing was fixed but the full version has those promised fixes, so do not judge the game by that demo. All in all Alone In The Dark: Inferno is most certainly worth a pickup at only $ but even though I have the PS3 version I still believe that Eden should release a patch for the 360 version so that even more people can enjoy this game the way it was meant to be.
    Date published: 2008-11-21
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