Saturday, September 6, 2014

Remedy Entertainment

Quenchables: Alan Wake American Nightmare Coming To PC

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Alan Wake American Nightmare is currently an Xbox Live Arcade exclusive, but Remedy, in the past, has hinted at the game coming to PC one day. Seems as if it’s already there, as the title was found deep within Steam’s registry, suggesting the game will land on PC soon. – Via Videogamer, DSOGaming. Read More »

QUENCHABLES: Alan Wake PC given Release Date

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Alan Wake for PC will be released in boxed retail form by Nordic Games, the publisher announced today. This follows news of the game’s February digital release on Steam. Just like the Steam version, the boxed edition will include both DLC packs “The Signal” and “The Writer”. “We’re very excited that we have the opportunity to bring the PC version ... Read More »

Alan Wake Coming to PC Next Month

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Some good news for Alan Wake Fans, Developer Remedy revealed, that Alan Wake will be coming to PC next month, an exact date hasn’t been announced yet, nor a price, but what I do know is it will be available on Steam, we will release more information as it comes, until then, remember to quench your thirst for Gaming News ... Read More »

Alan Wake Xbox Live Is Not Alan Wake 2 – Remedy

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Yesterday Geoff Keighley told Major Nelson that the Alan Wake game being shown at the VGAs this weekend is essentially Alan Wake 2, but Remedy Entertainment, although the studio welcomed the compliment, felt the need to reiterate that the game’s not Alan Wake 2. Read More »

Alan Wake For $2 On Amazon

Yeah. Don’t ask me nothing about Alan Wake from hence forth, as you’ll be experiencing it for yourself soon, right? Come on, no wise gamer would pass up this deal. If you do, I’ll leave my domain and come spank some smarts into your brain. Read More »

Remedy Co-Founder Leaves For New Position At Rovio

Alan Wake was well received by many a reviewer, but although it was critically acclaimed, sales didn’t pan out too well. That’s not the reason for Remedy Entertainment’s co-founder Petri Järvilehto departure, however. Yet one must wonder where will that franchise go next. As for Petri Järvilehto, he’ll become Rovio’s newly-made senior vice president of console development. Read More »