E3: Atari Brings Horror to PS3
Alone In The Dark brings action survival to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows
NEW YORK - PlayStation 3 joins Xbox 360 and PC for a dose of Atari's nail-biting, nerve-wracking, spine-tingling video game innovation.
Atari today announced that Alone in the Dark will launch for PlayStation 3 simultaneously with versions for Xbox 360 and Windows platform. Sony Computer Entertainment’s next-generation console will play host to the latest chapter of the franchise of the modern survival horror gaming genre. Alone in the Dark aims to deliver an edge-of-the-seat survival experience facilitated by state-of-the-art real-time physics and unparalleled environmental interaction within a meticulously detailed, open game world.
Developed by Eden Games, Alone in the Dark hopes to propel the survival horror genre into the future with the new level of available technology that allows for unprecedented advances in game play and unmatched action-orientated gaming experiences in wide-open environments.
“The team is having a fantastic time bringing Alone in the Dark to life using the incredible processing power of the PlayStation 3 kits,” said David Nadal, Game Director, Eden Games. “It’s a very exciting time for us, when we begin to see how the powerful new generation of hardware can help us realize our ideas in a way that hasn’t been possible before.”
With this upcoming installment of the Alone in the Dark franchise, Eden and Atari aim to re-establish Alone in the Dark as the genre-leader on PlayStation 3 system, Xbox 360 and the Windows platform.