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Alone in the Dark: Inferno

Demo to be had.

NEW YORK, Oct. 30: The PLAYSTATION ® 3 computer entertainment system demo of Atari and Eden Games' innovative action survival creation Alone in the Dark ® : Inferno is now available on the PLAYSTATION ® Network. Atari and Eden Games have given the title a blazing rework for its PLAYSTATION ® 3 system debut on November 18. Responding to the feedback of media and gamers, the development team has turned up the heat to deliver an even more entertaining, immersive and action-packed blockbuster experience with a host of sizzling gameplay enhancements, red-hot content and an even more hellish storyline which has inspired the name Alone in the Dark: Inferno.

Gameplay elements including camera, inventory system, and hero control have all been reworked to maximize story immersion and atmosphere. In addition, Alone in the Dark: Inferno will include an all-new action sequence revealing a previously unseen enemy of epic proportions and an intriguing upgrade of the game's exhilarating 59th Street level featuring much improved driving dynamics.

The PLAYSTATION ® Network demo enables PLAYSTATION ® 3 system gamers - for the first-time - to experience the innovative storyline and gameplay. The demo features selected playable levels from the first and second episodes as well as a sequence from the 59th Street level and the game's captivating end cinematic. Through the demo, players will be able to get a true feel of some of the game's unique elements including: creating unique and powerful weapons; using fire as a devastating destruction device; and experiencing real-time handling of objects to overcome enemies and obstacles.

Alone in the Dark ® : Inferno for PLAYSTATION ® 3 system is already receiving buzz for its blazing reworking including:

"Developer Eden is very candid about what the fans want, specifically with tiny changes like more in-game hints, instantly recoverable items, and even giving the flashlight unlimited battery power."

"After spending some hands-on time with the title, it's clear that the PLAYSTATION 3 system version has undergone some major improvements that really set it apart from its predecessor."


"Ultimately, Eden wanted to make Alone in the Dark on PLAYSTATION 3 system a game you could enjoy without getting hung up on technical issues."

- Kotaku

About Infogrames Entertainment and Atari

The Infogrames group, including Atari, Inc., is a global producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for all market segments and all interactive game platforms including consoles from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony Computer Entertainment, advanced smartphones, Personal Computers, web and online. Its games are sold in more than 60 countries through an international distribution network and direct to consumers via

The Infogrames group's extensive catalogue of popular games is marketed under the Atari brand and based on original franchises (Alone in the Dark, Test Drive, V-Rally, My Horse & Me, Backyard Sports franchise, Total Annihilation, Outcast etc.), publishing properties (The Witcher, Legendary, Race Pro etc.), international licenses (Dragon Ball Z, Dungeons & Dragons, Jamie Oliver etc.) and classic games covering the entire history of the video game industry (Pong, Missile Command, Asteroids etc).

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