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Reckoning with Alastor: A Terrifying First-Person Survival Horror Game of Deadly Pursuit


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Question: Write a concept for a first-person survival horror game where the human player has to survive against Alastor the Radio Demon (from the adults cartoon/animated series Hazbin Hotel (made by Vivziepop) and is the game's main antagonist/villain). The plot is that the player, who is still on Earth) is being hunted down by Alastor, so the player has to either survive and live to see another day, or be killed by Alastor and be reincarnated/revived as a demon forced to serve Alastor for all eternity.

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Concept: "Alastor's Game: Hunt or be Hunted" In this first-person survival horror game, the player assumes the role of a human living in a forsaken version of New Orleans in the 1930s, when Alastor died and became a demon (in accordance with his origin story in Hazbin Hotel). Alastor, the Radio Demon, has somehow managed to crossover from his hellish realm into our world, creating an eerie and unwelcoming echo of his favorite era. Blending in among the regular people during the day, Alastor becomes the lurking threat during the night. Each day, the player must gather resources, fortify defenses, and devise strategies to evade the Radio Demon in his nocturnal hunting spree. However, Alastor isn't just physically terrifying, but also mentally manipulative — players will have to resist his silver-tongued attempts to lead them astray through his eerie radio broadcasts and intimidating encounters. The player will need to unravel the mystery of Alastor’s sudden appearance in the mortal world, finding clues that lead to rituals and mechanisms to send him back to hell. These are concealed throughout a hauntingly beautiful, 1930s themed game world; in the deepest corners of somber libraries, underground speakeasies, and other authentic locations from the time period. The mechanics of the game will involve stealth, puzzle-solving, and psychological resilience. There will be no fighting back — only evasion, survival, and mental warfare. The constant menace of Alastor will be there to degrade players' sanity, creating confusion, fear, and hallucinations, making it harder and harder to distinguish reality from illusion. If the player fails and is slain by Alastor, they'll be reincarnated in the game and forced into servitude under Alastor back in the mortal world (including completing dangerous tasks for him, making the game more difficult). This introduction of "post-death gameplay" shall give the game a unique twist, where getting killed is not the end, but rather ushers the beginning of a brutal second life. The player's ultimate goal is to survive the nights and perform a ritual to banish Alastor back to his realm, all while preserving their humanity and sanity as much as possible. The game ends with the ritual being successfully performed, or with the player succumbing to their demonic nature, providing a poignant commentary on human perseverance in the face of extreme adversity.

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May 2, 2024, 3:22 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, May 2, 2024

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