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  • Alan Wake

    Alan Wake, a bestselling writer, hasn't managed to write anything in over two years. His wife, Alice, brings him to the idyllic small town of Bright Falls, Washington to recover his creative flow. When she vanishes without a trace, Wake finds himself trapped in a nightmare. Word by word, his latest work - a thriller he cannot even remember writing - is coming true before his eyes. At night a powerful dark entity takes over the town and its inhabitants, and Wake's only protection seems to be light. At day things return to normal and the townspeople are no longer possessed. But in the game Alan will have to outrun police, find his book's missing pages, fight and use the surrounding objects with light, and find his wife.

    The story will play out in an episodic format, with a television show-style presentation similar to Lost and 24 where each episode/chapter brings another piece to the puzzle of the main plot. Remedy has confirmed that Alan Wake is only the first season of a bigger story, opening the door for future sequels.

    Light plays a significant role in game play and strategy. The enemies, called "the Taken" in the game, are sensitive to light, encouraging the player to take advantage of environmental light sources and placing significant emphasis on the flashlight as a primary weapon. Players also have the ability to set traps that illuminate when triggered, either damaging or temporarily immobilizing an enemy. They are then destroyed and turned into batteries.

    The game is to be released May 18th.

    [ame=""]YouTube- Alan Wake - Trailer (Game Trailer HD)[/ame]

    Alan Wake Web Series Prequel to the game coming out:

    Warning: The video is pretty intense and scary. Viewer Discretion is advised.

    Episode 1 - "Oh Deer"
    [ame=]YouTube - Bright Falls Episode 1: The prequel to Alan Wake 'Oh Deer'[/ame]

    Episode 2 - "Time Flies"
    [ame=]YouTube - Bright Falls Episode 2: The prequel to Alan Wake 'Time Flies'[/ame]

    Episode 3 - "Lights Out"
    [ame=]YouTube - Bright Falls Episode 3: The prequel to Alan Wake 'Lights Out'[/ame]

    I will keep you all updated and continue posting more videos in this post or just visit | Alan Wake to watch the rest.

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    FYI it's better watch the Web Series on the website.


    • #3
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      You got it Dude!


      • #4
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        Thanks, Michelle Tanner


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