Tuesday 2 May 2006
Atari has unleashed a number of new screens and facts about the latest sequel in its seasoned survival-horror series Alone in the Dark. Despite being announced last year, the Xbox 360 and PC adventure had previously kept us all in the dark about its details, but no more.
If you can tear your eyes away from the rather lovely - if scary - visuals situated on the images tab above, you'll discover that developer Eden Games has announced that the whole game will be broken up into
Thursday 28 September 2006
The new Alone in the Dark game likes to keep to itself but Microsoft's X06 event has brought out three more images of the game's interesting take on survival-horror. Click the images tab above for the latest death-defying views.
Finding its cinematic influences in action flicks rather than horrors, expect explosions, rapidly spreading fiery infernos, car chases and daring escapes as well as hideous creatures lurking in the shadows. Similarly, developer Eden has been
Aug 24 2007
When we hopped over to Eden Games' offices in Lyon to get all the goss on the new Alone in the Dark, the game that could potentially steal Resident Evil 4's crown, we were told that the aim was to produce the first fully interactive game world. We were told that any on-screen object could be picked up and used in a manner that you would realistically use it. Well, now we've got a some screenshots which reveal that plan is coming into shape.
This shot of Edward breaking out of a
Oct 31, 2007
Alone in the Dark, Ataris new addition to the fright-fest series, has been on our radar for what seems like forever. However, apart from the fact that its set in Central Park, we still know very little about the gameplay, monsters or anything else for that matter.
So it was with high hopes that we hastily clicked play on the latest trailer, which you can see below, and waited for some plot-revealing action. A minute later, the trailer's over and now we know...nothing new.
Some truly ropey footage of Atari's Alone in the Dark 5 has stepped out of the shadows, offering a glimpse of what's in store for this grim, action-slanted survival horror. Did we say ropey? We meant it - the clip sees lead character Edward Carnby scrambling his way up the side of a crumbling skyscraper, clinging onto a length of rope that's serving as a lifeline.
Flaming masonry plummets past him as he ascends, and exploding cars from the street below soar up and nip at his heels. Even the
Aliens: Colonial Marines isn’t the only special project developer Obsidian has going for next-gen gaming. Alpha Protocol, the spy-thriller in the works with Sega of America, is an RPG that aims to raise the bar in interactive next-gen gaming. “Alpha Protocol blends Obsidian’s knack for intricate story, engrossing characters, and significant character advancement with fast-paced modern combat,” said Feargus Urquhart,
We've got the first screenshots of the lovechild of Sega and Obsidian. No, not Aliens: Colonial Marines... the other one!
Alpha Protocol is a PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 game set in the modern day where you strap on agent boots as Michael Thorton. Thorton's been cast out by his government and possesses information that could stop an impending international catastrophe. Guess who has to save the day?
A slew of new screenshots from Obsidian Entertainment's spy role-playing game Alpha Protocol are on display right here, showing a number of locations and hinting at the types of gameplay available in the title.
Looking at the screenshots, you can see at least four different locations to expect in the game.
There's also plenty of stealth action there, a shooting gallery that we imagine is located somewhere in your
Sega has unveiled a whole bunch of release dates for its upcoming line-up, including Sonic Unleashed, Aliens: Colonial Marines and Space Siege.
The, dare we say, promising-looking Sonic Unleashed has been given a strong November date, while Aliens FPS Colonial Marines has unfortunately slipped into 2009. Golden Axe: Beast Rider, if anyone cares, hits shelves in September.
Chris Taylor's Space Siege has also been branded with a
To celebrate Alpha Protocol’s release on May 28th we’ve teamed up with SEGA to offer you a chance to win one of five copies of the game on PC, Xbox or PS3 with one lucky winner scooping the ultimate spy’s toolkit, a James Bond-style Watch Spy Camera.