Recently, developer Remedy confirmed that their cult classic 2010 horror game Alan Wake will no longer be available for purchase through any digital retail outlets after this weekend. The studio stated that they were not able to renew songs …
Alan Wake, the Xbox 360 exclusive developed by Remedy that hit stores in May, left many fans hungry for more after completing the game’s main story. Now, two episodes of the game’s DLC (downloadable content) that further the game’s creepy storyline have been announced and detailed.
Late this summer, gamers will be able to bring their previously owned games into Best Buy stores and trade them immediately for gift cards. Currently, Best Buy only takes in-store trade-ins on iPods, Apple and PC laptops, and mobile phones. They do, however, already take video game trade-ins by mail.
Alan Wake was released exclusively for the Xbox 360 this week, a game over five years in the making. Billed as a “psychological action thriller,” Wake is special in a few ways: it is not the umpteenth iteration of a war game, or a sequel, or focused on alien warfare. Wake tries to create a film-like atmosphere to draw players into its world.
If the wait for the release of Remedy Interactive’s Alan Wake is becoming too much to handle, don’t worry; Microsoft has heard your resonating cries of anguish and is offering up a live-action prequel to quell the anxiety. Bright Falls, an episodic prequel shot on location in Oregon, is set to make its premiere on Xbox Live on April 25th.