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Alone in the Dark 5 in Game Footage

by Paul Strauss
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The preview footage below pretty much speaks for itself. Atari’s upcoming horror game Alone in the Dark 5 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC is looking really, really good.

Alone in the Dark 5 Screenshot

While the YouTube clip below doesn’t really do justice to the visuals, you can get a pretty good idea of how immersive the graphics look in this highly anticipated horror/thriller game. Facial modeling and textures look very impressive and the environmental effects look pretty amazing too.

The best part is that all of the video is taken directly from real-time game footage (although I’d venture to guess this video is from a high-end PC, not a console.) To see it in all its glory, there’s a much better quality copy of this preview available for download from Atari’s official AITD5 website (registration required.)

Now if the gameplay can keep up with the graphics, this will definitely be one to check out when it comes out later this year.

[via Xbox 360 Fanboy]

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