New Videos for Alone in the Dark; Plus a Video Interview with Phil Harrison
The gag order surrounding the showing of Alone in the Dark in San Francisco on Monday has been lifted (embargo is what it is actually called) and we have ten new videos for you to peruse through. One of which is a video interview with Phil Harrison and while it is a little over seven minutes long, it is worth it.
Monday’s event was hosted by Harrison who had this to say about Alone in the Dark developers:
“Technically and creatively they’re hitting a lot of high points. They’re putting the game into a very contemporary setting, but delivering that fantasy horror in a really effective way, and I think as you saw in the presentation, there are a few moments that are absolute classic videogame moments. Being blown out of the side of a building and seeing the expanse of Central Park laid out in front of you, or driving the 59th Street level when the whole world is collapsing around you: it’s a real outstanding videogame moment.”
Thanks Phil, now I am even more antsy for it to hit shelves on June 20th. Now I just have to decide if I am going to get it for the PC, PS2,Wii, Xbox 360 or wait until the Fall when it comes out for the PS3. Looks like the PC or Xbox 360 might be the way to go.
You can view the other nine videos after the jump which include a demo of the DVD menu where you can rewind and fast forward your way through the story, some really cool gameplay, and a montage.
Central Park – Taking Enemies out with a push cart
59th Street – Race through downtown NYC to escape erupting earth
Inventory – Check Your Pockets for Useful Items
Fire Gameplay – Turn down the head by putting out the fire
Hanging Tough – Hero gets swept out of burning building
DVD Menu – Fast forward and rewind your way through the story
Intro to Gameplay – Get acquainted with moving around
Obstacles – Off-Screen: Avoid & interact with an array of objects
Remember – Off-Screen: Montage reveals more of the game’s story