Remedy shares its thoughts on Alan Wake inspiration, what consitutes a thriller, Mr. Scratch

Remedy’s head of franchise development Oskari Häkkinen, and creative director Sam Lake sat down will Hell Decent to talk about their inspirations when creating Alan Wake, whether a possible sequel will contain more horror elements, and just who or what Mr. Scratch is.

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Neko_Mega2875d ago

Never find out? What? that he should put it on more than one system? Or Verizon ads aren't scary?

Mcardle2875d ago

Don't know why people complain about the verizon ads they didn't detract anything about the games, And Alan wake is still one of the best games from last year.

gamingdroid2875d ago (Edited 2875d ago )

Adding real life brand names into games is just fine by me, it makes it look more realistic rather than games that have wierd fake brands.

If there was a bad ad, it was on Rainbow Six Vegas. It had that competitive gaming league all over the place, and it didn't fit into the world.

southernbanana2875d ago

Could it be for everyone? I would really like to play the sequel too. :-)