Alan Wake

According to Remedy the single-player experience costs have increased ten-fold, same pool of players

Many of us love single player games, but it's expensive these days to develop.

Ten games inspired by Twin Peaks (Part 2)

We take a look at ten games that owe their existence and being to Twin Peaks. A celebration as season 3 is set to premiere. Also we finally get to *that* game. (Part 2 of 2)

Ten games inspired by Twin Peaks (Part 1)

We take a look at ten games that owe their existence and being to Twin Peaks. A celebration as Season 3 is set to premiere. (Part 1 of 2)

Alan Wake is being removed from digital stores today

Alan Wake exits the store until music licensing issues are sorted out.

Alan Wake and Quantum Break developers tease a new game announcement

Remedy Entertainment have made some stellar games over the years that include classics such as Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break. Since the release of Quantum Break rumours have been circling that the team will be working on a new game with a heavy focus on a multiplayer aspect. We’re not sure what that means, but Remedy posted this on Twitter last night: Coming soon.

Remedy CEO promise that their future games will release at a faster rate

Take a look at any Remedy game in the past (Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break) and you’ll notice one glaring similarity between all three games – they take forever to launch the game. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, we’d much rather they take their time and release something amazing, but the CEO at Remedy, Tero Virtala, has other plans. He wants them to release games...

Not buying Quantum Break, but own Alan Wake? The DLC is now free on Xbox marketplace

Quantum Break recently launched to largely positive reviews worldwide and those who bought it received Alan Wake for free, along with the two DLC packs – The Writer and The Signal. Those of you who bought it years ago on the Xbox 360 might have felt a little short-changed, in that you paid full price for the main title and never got to play the DLC. Fear not, you’re in luck. If you hea...

5 of the best stories told in games

We know there is the old age question of what makes a game great – the story, the gameplay, the graphics, characters or narrative? Obviously having a combination of all of them is the ideal situation, but that seldom happens and you often find yourself thinking what matters most. For me, if the story is great then I can overlook almost everything else (almost). It also had me wondering how m...

Alan Wake’s Return gets registered as a trademark

Remedy Entertainment might be up to a little more than getting Alan Wake ready for backwards compatibility. The European Union database has a new trademark in its database, for something called “Alan Wake’s Return”. We know nothing about what this means, or what they intend to do with the trademark, but how amazing would it be if we could go back into that crazy world and see mor...

Quantum Break gets an Xbox One bundle, plus Alan Wake as pre-order bonus and heading to PC

Quantum Break is coming and I am hoping for an amazing game. I love time travel as a thematic component and the price people pay for meddling with our fourth dimension is always a convoluted puzzle. If you pre-order Quantum Break, you will get Alan Wake and its DLC as a bonus to play on your Xbox One (thank you backwards compatibility). If you haven’t played it yet, Alan Wake is an absolute ...

What game / series do you want remastered?

Hold on, I know Remastered games get a lot of hate and that we are meant to dislike it and so on, but let’s step away from that for a moment. Let’s pretend that we don’t hate anything and that remastered games do add some value to our libraries, especially when they are much older games and remastered well. Games like Deadpool being remastered makes no sense, but the Uncharted ga...

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