Atari has finally announced that the Xbox 360, PC, Wii, and PS2 versions of Alone in the Dark have finally gone gold. In addition, the publisher of the game also gave a general time frame on when we can expect to see the PlayStation 3 version of this title on retail shelves. To find out more, head on over to the full version of this article.
Atari has finally announced that the Xbox 360, PC, Wii, and PS2 versions of Alone in the Dark have finally gone gold. This means that the aforementioned platform versions will be making their expected launch dates on June 20 in Europe and June 24 in North America.
Those eagerly awaiting to try out the PlayStation 3 version of Alone in the Dark will have to wait a bit longer though, as the game still hasn’t been given a specific date because of frame-rate issues we reported on earlier. However, the press release from Atari did mention that the game is scheduled for Autumn 2008, meaning we can still expect to see this hit retail shelves soon enough.
For those who aren’t too familiar with the game, Alone in the Dark is an action-adventure game set in Central Park. It is said to be patterned after the various episodic television shows and presents gamers with a “DVD-style” chapter select menu which should allow gamers to skip to the parts they enjoy.
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