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Allison Road looks like the P.T. sequel we were waiting for

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P.T. was horror video game directed by Hideo Kojima in collaboration with Guillermo Del Toro, developed by Kojima Productions under the fake pseudonym “7780s Studio”, and published by Konami. Turned out it was an interactive teaser for the game Silent Hills. Then that got cancelled, which was a damn shame.

However, Allison Road may fill the gap. Like Silent Hills, Allison Road had been cancelled earlier this year after developer Lilith and publisher Team17 parted ways, but now the developer has announced that the project is back from the dead and moving forward. Allison Road creator Christian Kesler confirmed to IGN that the project will continue under the new studio Far From Home.

At the moment it does look quite similar to P.T. (Christian Kesler began developing the game a couple of weeks after P.T. dropped), but I do like the sound of it. Sounds like a horror version of Gone Home.

In Allison Road you will take on the role of the unnamed protagonist, who wakes up one day without any recollection of prior events. Over the course of five nights it is your objective to uncover the whereabouts of your family, unravel the mysteries of the house, and face off against Lily and other dark entities that are nested deep within its walls, while the clock is relentlessly ticking towards 3:00am.

What would you do if you could feel something stalking you in the dark in the safety of your own home? If you couldn’t tell what’s real and what’s not?

The single-player campaign will mostly take place in one British townhouse.
Your British townhouse.



Check out the official site.

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