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Nave360 Review - Alan Wake: The Writer

After 700,000 sales, seven episodes, with this one as the eighth and hundreds of Taken killed, Alan Wake comes to an end, and it certainly does go out with a bang. In the last DLC, known as The Signal, Alan found himself in a distorted Bright Falls. But in order to wake up from a nightmare he is having in the Dark Place, he needed to follow the signal Thomas Zane gave him on a GPS. Once he reached Tom, Alan ended up facing himself in an intense battle. But it seems that there is no way out... is there?

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Sez 3287d ago

Another good reason to go back and play this game again. I love this game shame MS didn't support it with marketing like it did with halo reach. I really hope they make a second game

T3MPL3TON 3287d ago

It's a shame they didn't support with better marketing. It's a real shame, if people actually had a reason to care about the game they would have bought it. Oh well, back to enjoying it I go.

hennessey863287d ago

totally agree with you, the game was amazing and ill be renting it to play the signal.

Kran3287d ago

this is the writer dlc though. AND YOU RENTED IT? Shame on you :P In totsl, according to Raptr, i've spent over 120 hours on it :P

hennessey863287d ago

no bought it and traded it in after the free dlc, my mistake the writer

Kran3287d ago

@hennessey86

I got the limited edition. Im keeping mine to show my support to the game :)

hennessey863287d ago (Edited 3287d ago )

fair play to you. But i did buy the game on launch day so i think i have shown my support, plus ive bought the writer dlc just got to wait for a copy to become avalible in my local blockbuster

Kran3287d ago

@hennessey86

I bought mine in the minus release day, meaning I got it a day before release :D

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