Excerpt: Acclaim's All-Star Baseball series certainly has a fair share of fans, and at first glance, it's easy to see why. The visuals have been impressive for the most part and there have been enough nice touches added to the overall presentation that it feels like there's a nice coat of polish all around.
Summary: AITD was a pleasant surprise to me. There's a lot to enjoy, be it combining weapons, solving puzzles or making your way through the set pieces. Frustrating melee combat is the biggest turnoff, while some graphical issues including dodgy collision detection are a minor inconvenience.
Conclusion: You’ve got to commend the development team for obviously looking at all the criticism levelled at the Xbox 360 original, and going back to tweak and change to the nth degree. But this latest in the Alone In The Dark series still suffers from enough flaws and drawbacks to prevent it from being too...
Pros: Much improved over the 360 version, completely changed camera system, vastly tweaked driving sections
Cons: Still lacks real scares, most puzzles still irritating and lacking in inspiration
Conclusion: More often than not though, Eden succeeds, and once you get to grips with creating Molotov cocktails, shooting bottles in mid-air, and using aerosol cans as makeshift flamethrowers, it hardly seems to matter that shooting itself is so ineffective.
Conclusion: Diverse Verbesserungen
Unterirdische deutsche Sprachausgabe
Viele sinnfreie Dialoge
Teils unschöne Texturen und steife Animationen
Conclusion: Alone in the Dark...bara tanken på spelet får mig att rysa. 4/10 fick det av vår chefredaktör när Xbox 360-versionen släpptes tidigare i år och när Playstation 3 nu förärats med en helt egen upplaga av spelet föll det på min lott att spela och recensera.