Submitted by john2 996d ago | news

Alan Wake is now available on GoG and is priced at $14.99 until May 15th

DSOGaming writes: "You know what? I really love Remedy. Okay okay, they pointed their gun on that fan-made movie (and I still believe that they shouldn’t) but they’ve done everything in their power to please PC gamers. Alan Wake PC was an incredible port, there was a significant post-launch support, Alan Wake: American Nightmare appeared on Steam’s registry meaning that the team is willing to bring this new Alan Wake game to the PC sooner than later and they made a great deal with GoG. If you haven’t purchased Alan Wake PC yet, here is your chance." (Alan Wake, PC)

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ATi_Elite  +   996d ago
I know many people are happy bought this.

although many have bought AW through Steam you still have a dedicated bunch of GoG out there.
Psychotica  +   996d ago
Same price on Steam now..
RustedMan  +   996d ago
great price for one of the most atmospheric games this generation.
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Fel08  +   996d ago
If u haven't played this game yet, this is the perfect time to get it.
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SKUD  +   996d ago
Expensive price for a bad game. Even in bargain bin terms. Should be a solid 5'er. Tax included. Then you wont hate yourself much after.
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RustedMan  +   996d ago
elaborate. in what way is it bad?
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