Submitted by Arnon 1972d ago | review

Aeropause | Alan Wake Review


Alan Wake offers a tense and suspenseful storyline that is fused together with excellent lighting effects and unique battle mechanics. Very few titles manage to create a palpable sense of fright and tension but Alan Wake does so with a vengeance. A few frame rate hiccups and difficultly balances knock Alan Wake back a step, but it is never a huge detriment to the game. (Alan Wake, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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