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Submitted by RonaldRaygun 772d ago | review

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare Review – A Lesson in Recursion (PikiGeek)

It has been two years since we last saw Alan Wake (quite literally) and much has changed. Alan has been dropped into the Arizona desert to fight the Taken but has run into a small hitch: Mr. Scratch. You see, Mr. Scratch is Alan Wake’s doppelganger; an entity created by the darkness that embodies everything Alan isn’t, including being a purely evil murder. To stop Mr. Scratch, Alan has to call upon some new friends and the help of a few new weapons to stop the Taken from overrunning Arizona. (Alan Wake's American Nightmare, Xbox 360) 4/5

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