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Submitted by DaMa 1055d ago | news

Alone in the Dark Creator “would love to do” an HD Remake

Rely on Horror: "French designer Frédérick Raynal who was in charge of the original Alone in the Dark, originally released for PC in 1992, would love to see a HD Remake of said game happening someday in the future." (Alone in the Dark, Dev, Industry, PC)

Coach_McGuirk  +   1055d ago
i loved this game back in the day. bought the AITD 2 pc retail @ babbages
GillHarrison  +   1055d ago
This game is beyond a classic. Resident Evil would not be what it is today without Alone in the Dark.
mastershredder  +   1055d ago
So, we're talking low poly count HD character models? ;)
The whole game would need a facelift for today's demanding gamers.

I really enjoyed the series. 2 was great for its piratey goodness and 3 for its western ghost town setting. The original's monsters were just too goofy looking and oddly animated to be taken seriously or invoke fear.

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