Like an old-fashioned zombie, the creators behind the P.T.-inspired Allison Road have announced that the game has risen from the ashes, but this time under a new label.
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We all died a little inside when Lilith's Allison Road was jettisoned into the aether. The reasons behind the decision were to be revealed at a later date, with said date turning out to be "now". Though you'll find little solace in the answer.
I'm walking through a damp, dingy corridor and somewhere a woman is crying. The sound makes me nervous but I can't quite figure out why. And then she appears — a female figure, disfigured and indistinct, twitching in a way no human being moves. I stare for one second too long and then she has me — she's in my face, attacking, ripping and tearing my flesh as the screen fades to black. But I'm not playing P.T.
2016 is looking to be an odd one for game releases, at least from this side of the year. Big AAA releases are few and far between, with no hugely anticipated games like last year's Fallout 4. Even Assassin's Creed is rumoured to be giving it a miss. In fact, one of the year's most anticipated games is No Man's Sky, being developed by a small team over in the UK. 2016 could easily turn out to be a great year for both indies and new IPs.
With Silent Hills dead, maybe Allison Road can deliver what P.T. promised. The developers are asking for £250,000 on Kickstarter, over $AU540,000.