Trials HD, Sam & Max, Alan Wake’s AN & LEGO Batman are now playable on your Xbox One via BC.
What's Alan Wake AN? Is that something separate to Alan Wake? Its a game I really want to try.
it's a stand alone expansion.
Ah ok, thanks. Well I'd rather play the main game first so hopefully that gets added to BC at some point.
Full title is: Alan Wake's American Nightmare
It is essentially, an improved version of Alan Wake. Has a short, stand alone story. Then, has an Alan Wake version of horde mode. Both are really good, and you don't need to play the first game to enjoy American Nightmare.
None of these excitement. more games is good i guess though.
Alan wake main game should be in there with the dlc surely
It's coming, considering it's a pre-order bonus with Quantum Break it'll probably be one of next months titles.
Ohh that will be good then
With the Quantum Break announcement it says Alan Wake will be backwards compatible and given away for free if preordered. Hopefully that means Alan Wake is coming very soon?
And still no Black Ops...
2 more games added to my games on X1 with Trials and American Nightmare. It's still mostly just games no one asked for though. It was an earlier load if games this time tho, so perhaps there will be second drop coming soon.
Many people asked for Alan Wake on bc. It's popular and was very well received buddy.
Yes I own the game. And Alan Wake, the full game will be added soon too. Which I also have all the dlc for. The 4 Games itself are more popular ones than before that's true
When I did have a 360, I have to say, Alan Wake was phenomenal. Gorgeous game, highly polished. Highly recommend if you like survival horror.
Still waiting for Shadowrun!
If you have a triple disk with Trials HD on it, does that still count?
the Alan Wake DLC and never got around to finishing it cause I just didn't feel like wasting time if it wasn't a sequel so maybe this time I will try to finish it
ugh i'm happy, but STILL NO L4D2??
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