Resident Evil and Silent Hill may be the most famous names associated with the genre, but when it comes to survival horror, one mustn't forget their roots. The name that planted the seed will soon be back -- and judging by this -- will be ready to show how much they have evolved for the better.
Watch as Producer Nour Polloni walks you through some of the possibilities at your disposal, during this tech demo of Alone in the Dark 5. Who knew that a little two-sided tape and everyday items could do so much, in a post 1980's world? I'd say that the spirit of MacGyver is alive and well, and just maybe... Atari and Eden games have a potential hit on their hands.
With the shakiness that Atari has experienced over the past couple of years, you could say that they know a little about the genre, themselves. I hope this one pans out for them.
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