Infogrames: Alone in the Dark will sell 3 million

Written by Joe Martin

April 11, 2008 | 12:29

Tags: #alone-in-the-dark #sales

Companies: #atari

Infogrames CEO David Gardner has told Reuters that he thinks the new Alone in the Dark game will sell between two and three million copies this year once the game, which has been repeatedly delayed, launches this June.

"We want to stop losing money," he told Reuters. "This management team's number one goal is to get a business plan together that gets us to a break-even level."

Gardner was close-lipped on how exactly he plans to generate so many sales for the game which, despite being part of an established brand, has still gathered mixed reactions from gaming communities thus far.

Our bet though is that former Sony bossman Phil Harrison, who recently switched sides and joined Infograme, will play a big part though.

Alone in the Dark is planned for a global release this June on the PC, Wii, PS2 and Xbox 360. A PlayStation 3 version will be following shortly afterwards.

Are you excited about getting another Alone in the Dark game, or has it all been downhill since that awful Christian Slater movie? Let us know what you think in the forums.
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