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Alone In The Dark


crosstrainer

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I've just heard a radio review of the game, and the news isn't good. Poor game-play, bad plot, slow graphics (even on a quad core)

Guess I'll wait and see what others think.

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mrwoowoo

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Just started Alone in the dark,due to nothing else to play.
Great graphics...Err...that's it.
Awful clunky,stiff controls with robotic animation akin to resi evil 1.
Terrible camera angles(very frustrating)
Combat is very frustrating due to the poor control of the lead character.
A few bugs,such as no character voice sound in cut scenes although the other sounds are there.
Still,nothing else to play.)O:!

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crosstrainer

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Sounds wonderful :)) glad I didn't buy it!! Try honing your flying skills in Flight Sim!

Nothing else around worth getting at the moment.

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mrwoowoo

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You know me - the eternal optimist.
Going to try my game pad to see if it makes it any easier.If i can find it in my boys bedroom(FIFA mad)
Perhaps a scout around for a patch or fix so that you can use mouse direction control as in resi evil 4.
I'll never admit defeat...never i tell you.

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