Alone in the Dark: Inferno, the re-worked version of Atari's survival horror, er ... horror, is coming to the PlayStation 3 on November 19. Not only is it supposedly "better" on Sony's console (due to more polish and heavy tweaks), but it'll make you get up dance, too.
Atari has passed along the latest trailer for the game, which features a remix by producer/DJ Tiesto. The ass-shaking beats will be available on a CD single, digital download, and a limited edition 12" picture disc vinyl on Streamline records on November 18.
All of this dancing has tired out my legs, but I'm still not sure if I'm going to be willing to take the plunge on this re-worked version of Alone in the Dark. Yeah, it'll have fancy PS3 Trophies and it lands at retail at a "discounted" price of $49.99. But I still have the taste of disappointed in my mouth from the Xbox 360 release.
OK fine, I admit it ... I'm just kind of scared.
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