Submitted by kevco33 1811d ago | article

GameCityNights 3 - Where Indie & Big Budget Collide

The evening began with a competitively priced bar and a lot of chatter. GameCity are eager to develop a community feel for the GameCityNights events, and this is evident throughout the evening’s proceedings. Soon enough, Iain Simons, director of GameCity, kicks off the entertainment by setting out the evening’s agenda and showcasing the latest trailer for the highly anticipated Alan Wake prior to its arrival on Microsoft’s official Xbox 360 website, xbox.com. Simons then introduces Sam Lake, who appears on screen with a backdrop indicative of his intentions for this evening. Alan Wake is the intended subject for conversation this evening, and aside from minor diversions into the realm of Max Payne, that’s how things stay. (Alan Wake, Beatnik Games, Culture, Industry, Light the Skies, PC, Plain Sight, Sam Lake, Xbox 360)

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