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Remedy: Future of Alan Wake Is Going Forward but Not Yet 'Written In Stone'

"Alan Wake," was not the smash hit that its publisher, Microsoft, or its developer, Remedy, was hoping for. Releasing on the same day as "Red Dead Redemption" is sure to put a bit of a crimp in your sales expectations. Despite not becoming a massive mainstream hit, "Alan Wake" has become one of the most memorable game releases of the last few years for those who have played it, and those fans were rewarded with two solid post-release downloadable chapters, titled "The Signal" and "The Writer."

MTV spoke with Oskari Hakkinen, the Head of Franchise Development at Remedy, about their work on those downloadable episodes and whether people have seen the last of the brooding, blazer-wearing author.

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