Instinct PC trailer now available online

“More often than not, you'll end up guest of honor at a zombie dinner reunion, surrounded on all sides by shuffling hungry corpses, and the overall effect is chilling, keeping you on edge and in a semi-permanent state of paranoia.”

Richardson, TX– September 4, 2007– Wild Hare Entertainment has released a new trailer for Instinct PC, the new horror first person shooter (FPS) now available in stores. See the trailer for yourself and catch a glimpse into the dark and terrifying world here: (age verification required).

Wild Hare Entertainment will also feature an extended version trailer, as well as the opportunity to play Instinct PC at the Austin Game Developer Conference September 5– 7 in booth 209 of the Expo Hall. In addition to Instinct, all of their latest releases will be available to play, so be sure to stop in and check out the latest in PC games from Wild Hare Entertainment.

Instinct PC was developed in Russia, and Wild Hare Entertainment kept true to the distinctive Russian style and storyline. To keep true to its roots, Instinct PC features in-game dialogue in Russian, while providing the player with English subtitles to keep them in the action. Instinct PC serves as the new benchmark for foreign games in the United States with all of the original creative passion still intact.

About Wild Hare Entertainment

Headquartered in Richardson, TX, Wild Hare Entertainment has partners in every major territory in the world and staff dedicated to the execution of each key link in the publishing and distribution chain. Its success is based on a deep commitment to the highest standards of product quality, responsive product delivery and dedication to close, collaborative involvement with developers and retailers through the entirety of the publishing process.


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1751 International Parkway Suite 115

Richardson, TX 75081

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