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    Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Atari has one huge title on its release list this year and it'll be hoping it will cause a huge stir at E3 this week.
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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Wow that looks awesome. Going to be worthwhile following this one methinks!

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferral View Post
    Wow that looks awesome. Going to be worthwhile following this one methinks!
    Yay lets hope they do as good a job with this imteresting looking project as they did with turning point

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Not sure I'd describe it as Atari's trump card - they are only co-publishing this title (as announced in October last year). Alone in the Dark was their proper biggy. Still, this could be a good game.

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Not sure I'd describe it as Atari's trump card - they are only co-publishing this title (as announced in October last year). Alone in the Dark was their proper biggy. Still, this could be a good game.
    Was looking at Atari's list though of games for this year and this is about the only one that screams out. There's a racing game in there somewhere, but out of all of them, this is the biggest title.

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Bigger than Alone in the Dark?

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Bigger than Alone in the Dark?
    No way! But that's been released prior to E3.

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Alone in the Dark is getting mixed responses everywhere down to the poor controls.

    From reviews I have read about the Wii version, it is stay well away as a lot off effects are cut right back so you are literally in the dark! Also from reading the 360 reviews the controls don't work to well in tight situations. You get rushed and you are goosed trying to go through the inventory system.

    Wonder how the PC version will fare in comparison.

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven W View Post
    No way! But that's been released prior to E3.
    Ah I get you, sorry. Thought you were talking about this years games fullstop, not this years E3 games

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferral View Post
    Alone in the Dark is getting mixed responses everywhere down to the poor controls.

    From reviews I have read about the Wii version, it is stay well away as a lot off effects are cut right back so you are literally in the dark! Also from reading the 360 reviews the controls don't work to well in tight situations. You get rushed and you are goosed trying to go through the inventory system.

    Wonder how the PC version will fare in comparison.
    Similar controls problem apparently. Fine if you spend ages getting used to them but certainly frustration is high on a number of reviews.

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    Re: Headlines - Atari reveals its trump card ahead of E3

    Turning point was shockingly bad, lets hope they dont turn another good idea into more rubbish like that.
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