- Summary: In the first adventure, "Supernatural Private Eye" Edward Carnby is confronted by the many faces of evil in the darkness of Derceteo, a house where entering is the easy part and leaving could be hell! In part 2, Carnby battles against the powers of voodoo to save an eight-year-old girl kidnapped by a gang of evil zombie bootleggers dwelling in the aptly-named "Hell's Kitchen." In his final quest, Carnby faces the ultimate challenge in Slaughter Gulch, a Western, wilder than you could ever imagine! [I-Motion]… Expand
[Anonymous]Feb 3, 2006One of the best videogames ever made!
Apr 3, 2013The games that gave birth to a genre. All of them good
Alone in the Dark 1:
The beginning of it all. Time has not been kind as the animation is almost comedic today. But I remember at the time when this was new, this game was scary as hell! Puzzles were hard, yet not impossible to figure out. The atmosphere in this game kept you on the edge of your seat almost all the time. This is truly the Godfather of Survival Horror.
Alone in the Dark 2:
Pretty much exactly the same as the first game, but improving on everything. Bigger environment better visuals. More solid combat. The only thing in this game that was weaker than the original was the story, but even that was good too.
Alone in the Dark 3:
Perhaps the weakest of the three games. Visually it improves, but story and gameplay do seem to suffer a bit a time as this style of control was getting a little stale at the time.
Overall: A fantastic trilogy and every game that aspires to be a survival horror game should take its queues from here.… Expand