Alone in the Dark is 15 hours long

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 23 May 2008 18:26 GMT


In the Q&A session after today’s London showing of Atari’s Alone in the Dark, the game’s producer, Nour Polloni, confirmed that the game would take around 15 hours to play through if you didn’t stop to take in the scenery.

The French developer said that it would take approximately twice as long for the completists in the audience.

Polloni was speaking after a lengthy presentation of the game at the Everyman Cinema Club in Hampstead this afternoon. Read our live blog of the presentation here.

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