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Submitted by john2 735d ago | news

Remedy's Writer Sam Lake Seems To Be Behind 'This House Of Dreams' Blog

DSOGaming writes: "Surprise surprise everyone. Remember 'This House Of Dreams' blog, a blog that was said to be made by a fan that featured a lot of references to both Alan Wake 1 & 2. Well, it seems that the person behind it is Remedy's own writer, Sam Lake. In an unexpected turn of events, Alan Wake's forum member 'Pickman' shared two images that confirm this. One of these images is from 'This House Of Dreams' blog and the other one is with Sam Lake in the very same room." (PC, PS3, Remedy Entertainment, Xbox 360)

Cobain19  +   735d ago
Bring it on Remedy
Belking  +   735d ago
Come on Remedy, show us Alan Wake 2 already.

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