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Hostel: Awakening is a 2011 Third Person Survival Horror Video Game sequel to Hostel II: The Killing Floor.

Hostel The Video Game
Developer(s) Zombie Studios
Publisher(s) Konami

Brash Entertainment (former publisher)

Designer(s) David Cohen (Producer)
Writer(s)

Eli Roth

Scott Spiegel

Series Hostel
Engine Unreal Engine 3
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows,
Release date October 2009
Genre(s) Third Person Action, Survival Horror
Mode(s) Single-player, Multi-player
Rating(s) ESRB: Rating Pending
Media Blu-ray Disc, DVD-DL
Input methods Gamepad, keyboard and mouse

It was distributed by the same Zombie Studios and Unreal Engine 3.

It is a prequel in storyline as the predessor video game was set during the storyline of the second Hostel Film Hostel Awakening is set during the first film.

It also features the actual character voice of Hostel Film actor Derek Richardson as the character Josh and newly invented character Patrick.

SummaryEdit

Hostel Awakening begins with two characters: A Man named Richard Slokan who is bored of his suburban life and has reverted to around Europe Trip.

He is persuaded while in Bratislava to come to the infamous Slovakian Hostel.

The second character is a petite blonde woman named Stacy Charleston.

Stacy was studying in Rome as an art student.

It is revealed that the art students of the second Hostel film Beth Salinger, Whitney Keye and Lorna Weisenfreund were enrolled and tutored by her.

Stacy is tricked by a woman named Axelle into coming to Bratislava to a Hostel.

The scene then reverts to the man Richard awakening in a caged room with two long wooden benches.

Inhabiting the benches is him and other gagged victims.

A red alarm rings and a gagged woman across the room from him is dragged out.

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