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O HAI, got some Alone in the Dark screens

4:06 AM on 05.13.2008

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Now that the GTA IV craze is at least starting to die down, we can focus on other videogames -- yes, other ones exist. Alone in the Dark, for example, is one such game that is not GTA, even though it's set in New York. So, you could kind of pretend it's GTA if you tried really hard.

We're just keeping you up-to-date with all the screenshots, as hopefully we'll be getting some very timely and regular updates on this game soon. As I hear more and more about it, it's getting increasingly difficult to hide the mountain forming in my pants (and yes, it IS comparable to Everest). I just hope the vicar doesn't come to tea after I've been looking at Alone in the Dark stuff, otherwise there will be all sorts of terrible discrepancies.

Keep checking in with Destructoid for the latest Alone in the Dark nonsense.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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