zConnection: Alan Wake (PC) Review

zConnection: Speaking of the environments, the game’s locales, whether it be day or night, indoor or outdoor, are still some of the most spectacularly rendered seen this generation. Before Skyrim, Alan Wake remained the forerunner on single-player locales, with every piece of shrubbery swaying realistically in the wind (and then violently whenever the Darkness envelops them).

For a game where light plays a key role, the lighting effects are also some of the best ever seen, with every type of light source featuring its own volume and glow. Aside from the clunky character models, Alan Wake is still an impressive visual treat as it was two years ago, and those with beefy PCs can enjoy the subtle enhancements that a souped-up computer can deliver over the aging Xbox 360 console.

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