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After finishing up Kholat, developer IMGN.PRO has officially announced they are finally working on their next title, Husk. They also noted that the game was inspired by such horror classics as Alan Wake and Silent Hill.
Not long ago, Cinema Blend did a story on a supposed Alan Wake game called Alan Wake’s Return. The leak was part of a trademark that was registered by the game’s developer. Well recently, we learned what that “leak” actually was a leak for, and it wasn’t a new Alan Wake game...sadly.
There’s a story I like to tell when I think about the game, Alan Wake. It’s a story about just how crazy video games fans really are and the lengths they will go to in order to get their hands on their favorite game. It’s games like these that deserve another shot in the industry. And this is a small part of why I believe Alan Wake needs to make a comeback.
Alan Wake first released in May of 2010 and was an Xbox exclusive title that delved into the twisted and unsettling mind of a horror novelist. But recently, a new information has released that could indicate that the franchise is getting another addition.
From Remedy Entertainment, Quantum Break is set to release on the Xbox One and Windows 10 in April, and even though hype around the title hasn’t been as boisterous as Tom Clancy’s The Division or Far Cry Primal, that doesn’t make it any less intriguing. Maybe to boost interest, it’s been announced that the digital copy of Quantum Break will now come with a free copy of Alan Wake.
Gaming on the cheap shouldn’t be a problem this summer, so long as you have a half-decent computer and a GOG account. The digital distribution service has today kicked off its “2013 #NoDRM Summer Sale,” offering deep discounts on several titles.
The thriller series Alan Wake is the subject of the latest Humble Weekly sale. You can get the Alan Wake Collector's Edition and Alan Wake's American Nightmare on the cheap with no DRM.
Remedy Entertainment could announce the sequel to Alan Wake soon. The Finland-based developer is teasing a big announcement later this year. It seems likely that it involves everyone's favorite brooding novelist.
What if all the cutscenes from Alan Wake were put together to make up an entire movie? Well, a new fan-made video was made where all the cutscenes were chopped and cut together for an hour long movie. The results? Alan Wake: The Cutscene Movie.
Remedy Entertainment sent out word today that Alan Wake's American Nightmare is now available on Steam and Good Old Games for the low-low budget price of only $14.99. What's more is that if you own the original Alan Wake, you get an extra %15 discount.
Remedy has explaining the reasoning behind why Alan Wake didn't ultimately feature an open world setting. The developer stated that the world in the Xbox 360 exclusive was "rather empty".
Rumors of the PS4 now being called the Orbis have surfaced. Remedy clarifies why Alan Wake won't be on PS3, ever. And EA is allegedly going to buyout a fan-favorite studio soon. These and more in this week's recap.
With the rights firmly clasped in their hands, Remedy Entertainment will maintain that Alan Wake is a PC and Xbox 360 friendly franchise and they attest quite firmly that the franchise will never see the light of day on the PlayStation 3.
It looks like Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment is done with the Xbox 360. Today they revealed that they're working on a game for "future generation consoles." They're searching for some new staff to help this game happen.
Alan Wake's recent PC launch seems to have been successful. Remedy Entertainment announced that the action thriller game has passed two million copies sold across the PC and Xbox 360.