Remedy Entertainment's third and final developer diary for Alan Wake's American Nightmare has just been released. This video takes an in-depth look at the storyline of the game coming on February 22, 2012. Enjoy!
Players will enter the mysterious world of Night Falls in pursuit of Alan Wake's evil doppelganger Mr. Scratch starting February 22, 2012. But who is Mr. Scratch, really? A new trailer from Remedy should answer just that, as we get a glimpse into the mind of this "psycho."
Remedy Entertainment’s stand-alone digital spin-off, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, has yet another Developer Diary to gawk at! Read on for all the juicy details!
Alan Wake's American Nightmare will be released on February 22, 2012, but until then we will have to make do with all of the disturbing details that creep up out of the shadows. Remedy recently released a developer diary on the game as well as some really fantastic screenshots.
Anyone who has seen even thirty seconds of Alan Wake (review here) can pick up on the game's primary influence, that being the legendary television series "Twin Peaks". Considering that development studio Remedy is based in Finland, that came as a bit of a surprise. The amount of detail in the world of Bright Falls and its surrounding areas is intense, and it turns out that detail came at quite a bit of cost and effort.
The long-awaited Alan Wake finally drops on May 18th for the Xbox 360, but if you want to visit the cursed horror writer's world a little early, there's a great new feature on Xbox Live that you can watch right now for free as long as you have a Gold account.
It's hard to believe that after what was an impossibly long wait, Alan Wake, Remedy's latest video game spooker, will emerge May 18th in North America and May 21st in Europe. Yep. It's really happening. The game has gone gold, and we've got a new trailer to prove it!
By the looks of this 5-minute video of gameplay provided by Gamerblog.fr, it seems Remedy has made good on its promise and found the key to appease the film buff in every gamer kid and the gamer kid in every film buff with the upcoming title Alan Wake.
On February 11th at X10, Remedy and Microsoft FINALLY stopped the blue ball frustration for male and female gamers alike by confirming their EXTREMELY long-delayed action-adventure Alan Wake will emerge May 18th in North America and May 21st in Europe.
We've been talking about Remedy's Alan Wake for what seems like forever. Several years in fact. This year, just like the past two years, another new trailer for Alan Wake was shown at E3 - but - some actual gameplay footage appeared as well!