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Submitted by kevco33 1935d ago | interview

Sam Lake Discusses Alan Wake, Max Payne & the Future of Remedy at GameCityNights 3 (Part 1)

Late last month at GameCity’s third monthly event, GameCityNights 3, Remedy Entertainment’s Sam Lake, writer on the forthcoming Alan Wake, stopped by through the powers of the internet to talk a bit about the game. More than that however, Lake shed some light on Remedy Entertainment’s collective opinions on their previous success, the Max Payne franchise – both in videogame and film formats – as well as their wishes to continue with Alan Wake beyond the first instalment. (Alan Wake, Culture, Industry, Max Payne, Max Payne 3 , PS2, Remedy Entertainment, Sam Lake, Xbox, Xbox 360)

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