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Alan Wake Review - Awesome/10

It's been a long time coming, but nearly two years after it's initial release Alan Wake has finally made its way to the PC. Originally touted as being an open world interactive horror novel, Alan Wake was met with great anticipation by Xbox 360 gamers. The beautifully rendered environment looks even better on the PC, but Liam Dean debates whether this is enough to push an essentially linear experience into "classic" game territory.

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Totoro171469d ago

JUST bought this on the PC (Steam sale, of course) a few days ago and I can't believe how good it is. The only thing I wasn't a huge fan of were the product placements: I mean really Duracell?

annus1468d ago

It's pretty fitting for a game based around flashlights though.

Kurt Russell1468d ago (Edited 1468d ago )

Having a branded battery doesn't bother me, had it have been on every loading screen THAT would have bothered me.

blue7_71468d ago

I don't get why people say that's a bad thing. I personally like it for me at least it adds realism to the game like wow a real product in a weird way it makes the game more real for me.