Turn down the lights but keep your flashlight and batteries handy, as Xbox 360 today unveils Bright Falls, a six-part live action series that serves as a thrilling prequel to the mystery unfolding in Alan Wake.
damm I'm out of town until tommorrow so I can'tcheck the trailer now
I haven't had a chance to watch it yet, but I saw a sneak preview which made it look pretty decent.
Looks awesome. Great games on Xbox 360 every this year. Yummy!
Had hopes for something cool but the episodes were oh hum.
I guess we disagree. I read some of your comments, there was not anything Remedy could do no matter what after reading them. Your mind was made up before you watched the shows or play the game.
@Hallmark Moment So,what wrong about that?Everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion.
So you believe he is a XBL gold member and watched it today? >kevco33< put more effort into it. "Had high hopes for it" "nothing great" are the first things people with beef will say. Had high hopes for a game mini series? I didn't even think that for other games such as Halo XBL series. They are suppose to give gamers insight into the Alan Wake universe not go toe to toe with the movie >Avatar< at the Box Office.
Where did you watch the footage at? Its not up on XBL which is odd because you say you watched it.
must be boring havin no games to play.
Sony boys really seem to feel threatened by this game. Wow!
I think im going to wait watch them all in one sitting.... how long are they supposed too be -all six parts-
the fisrt two are about 6 minutes each
cant wait for this when that review site said how long the single player was it made it one my most wanted games.
Yeah, I must admit, I was never looking forward to it all that much until about a week ago... I think I've been caught-up in the hype machine now!
Can't find the episdes :s are they deffo on live?
Well then I think you should def get a job generationwinner, and not have to wait on daddy and mommys check. tons of games out there, 360 has an immersive library at your disposal ;)) have fun!!!
Anyone else having this problem? Where are they?
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