This website is a member of Liberty Alliance, which has been named as an company.

Subscribe via RSS

All Thumbs Gaming

The sequel to a game that doesn’t exist – how Allison Road expands on PT


When I first emailed Christian Kesler questions about his game, he had to postpone answering because of a goodbye meal at work. He had just resigned in order to make Allison Road full-time. It’s fair to say that he’s pretty confident about his project – it also happens to be his first ever video game:

“My background is actually feature film; I’ve been working in the film industry as a Matte Painter, Environment Artist and Concept Artist for quite a few years now. I have never worked on a video game before, I have to admit. However I have quite some experience in dealing with massive projects and occasionally guiding other people through the nitty gritty, so I figured how different can it possibly be?”

To be fair, he is making it look easy. In a few short work-in-progress videos and a handful of screenshots, he’s successfully convinced many that Allison Road is a potential successor to the genre-redefining PT. The doomed Hideo Kojima-Guillermo del Toro collaboration – built to introduce the feel, if not the mechanics, of a new entry in the Silent Hill series – was a direct influence, but development started because of a confluence of events.

Read more at Gamesradar

Posting Policy
We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse. Read more.

Privacy Policy | Media KitCopyright © 2017. is a member of Liberty Alliance. All rights reserved.