Q&A: Nour Polloni On Emergent Gameplay

Ending a seven-year gap since new series releases (Darkworks' Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare shipped in 2001), internal studio Eden Games is mere weeks away from shipping its own reinvention of the series, dubbed simply Alone in the Dark, under the Atari brand.

A blend of inventory-driven dynamic puzzles, straight-up action, and television-inspired episodic pacing, this Alone in the Dark hopes to break out of strongly-defined genre labels - its developers do not even necessarily consider it "survival horror," but rather a "survival experience."

During a recent Atari event, during which new Infogrames president Phil Harrison indicated Alone may represent the end of Atari's investment in "one-player, narrative-driven, start-middle-end games," Gamasutra also sat down with Eden producer Nour Polloni to discuss her studio's vision for the title.

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