That’s right, the former Xbox 360 exclusive, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, is now officially coming to PC. On May 22nd the game will launch on both Steam and GOG.com.
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Greg: Having finished Mass Effect 3 last week, I’ve plugged my SNES back in and restarted Final Fantasy 3 (6). One of my college roommates wrote a guide recently and I’m playtesting it. Really enjoying it again. Reminds me why it’s one of my all time favorites. I’ve also been trying to complete Amalur, in [...]
We’ve heard a lot about the upcoming XBLA continuation of the Alan Wake franchise, but we’ve never really heard much about the games antagonist, Mr. Scratch. Well get ready to meet him in the latest, and massively pulp-inspired trailer:
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He’s something right? Definitely the antithesis of the calm and collected Alan Wake. The “Pulp Fiction” feel mentioned in the latest [...]
It’s just a few short weeks until the release of Alan Wakes American Nightmare as part of this years Xbox ‘House Party’ promotion. This standalone incarnation of remedy’s Alan Wake’s American Nightmare looks to shake up the original title with it’s new and improved mechanics.
This developer diary gives us a unique new look at this stand-alone XBLA title, straight from the mouth of the developers themselves. It’s noticeable that this iteration of the franchise has a totally different approach from the original, to quote the developers themselves:
[quote]Alan Wake was Steven King and Lost, Alan Wakes American Nightmare is more [...]
There was a point last year where I thought Ubisoft’s long announce game I Am Alive would never see the light of day, I’m so glad that I was wrong. I Am Alive was originally announced in 2008 and since then it’s seen more than it’s fair share of development issues and developer team swaps. Finally it found it’s way over to Ubisoft Shanghai and it”s been up from there.
Recently it was announced that I Am Alive is to be part of Microsofts ‘House Party’ promotion in February, along with Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, Nexuiz and Warp. This promotion begins on February 12th and should bring the attention that I Am Alive so [...]