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The Horror Geek presents: I'm Not Alone set to bring survival horror to PC

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Lots of game news here at the site this morning—which is cool, because I love gaming almost as much as I love horror.

TGC—The Games Company,  a Berlin-based publisher, has announced I’m Not Alone for the PC (see? PC gaming's not dead!). The survival horror experience is set to hit retailers in the first quarter of 2010. What can adventurous gamers who grab this title expect? Read on and find out.

In the role of a bold exorcist the player travels to the Austrian mountains to free an old mansion house from the grips of a supernatural power. On location he has to face sheer horror. Disfigured demons have risen from the underworld and spread fear and terror. Now it is the task of the player to put an end to the sinister occurrences. His special skills as a psychic medium enable him to change between reality and demon world in order to take up the challenge and fight the creatures of hell. With a quick trigger finger and a sharp mind the player explores the eerie mansion and reveals a dreadful secret…

Okay, so that description is pretty vague. Perhaps these screenshots (courtesy of Gamespress) will win you over.


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Category Tags
Platform(s): PC  
Developer(s): Pix Rev  
Genre(s): Horror  
Articles: Columns  

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