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Two More Alan Wake Screens

Alan Wake is a video game being developed by Remedy Entertainment, the Finnish company behind the Max Payne games. Alan Wake is billed as a "psychological action thriller". Microsoft Game Studios is the publisher of the game. The Alan Wake character is modeled after Ilkka Villi, a professional Finnish actor. Here are two more screens taken from 3dgamers.com.

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Icryo3571d ago

I'm glad this is coming out in 2008, my wallet can now breathe!
I'm just thinking though, loads of games are coming out this year, so it looks like 2008 is going to be a bit of a bore.

PS360PCROCKS3571d ago

Don't write off 2008 man, look at the lineup for this year with all the fantastic games, believe me Microsoft has some aces up their sleeve for next year, I'm sure of it. But their are loads of games for next year we just don't know about yet. We do know of PGR4, Alan Wake, Fable 2, Maybe even sequels to Mass Effect, GOW...who know's we'll see but I am sure we won't be let down.

nicodemus3570d ago (Edited 3570d ago )

I think for some people, it only seems like more games are coming out this year because right now, we just don't know about the schedule for '08. But I bet that the vast majority of titles haven't even been announced yet. My fingers are crossed for Project Offset!

Icryo: Rest assured, Microsoft isn't going to release fewer titles in 2008-- not when they have a bigger install base, and developers have greater familiarity with the hardware. Really, I only see the depth and number of titles going up from here, but I do agree with the sentiment of giving my wallet a break. It's a relief, really. Game prices don't hurt as much when they're all spread out!

*Scenery looks good, by the way.

power of Green 3570d ago

These pics are old and amoung some of the first if not the first.

Close_Second3570d ago

These images look like PC screens. Don't mind being proven wrong but lets face it, the PC is the primary development platform in this instance and the 360 will get a port.