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Remedy Pleased With Alan Wake Reception

by Ernice Gilbert on July 13th, 2010, under News, Remedy Entertainment

Alan Wake came out in the month of May, and when the NPD May numbers came in, it revealed how poorly the game had sold: 145,000 copies. Many thought the title would be selling millions, probably even Remedy themselves. Despite the lackluster sales, however, in a recent talk with ShackNews, Remedy Head of Franchise Development, Oskari Häkkinen said that they’re “very pleased with the reception of Alan Wake with both the press and the fans alike.”

Remedy Teases Upcoming Announcements In Tonight’s GTTV

Another developer is teasing an announcement in tonight’s GameTrailers TV, this time its Remedy’s turn. The Finnish developer wants gamers to check out GameTrailers TV tonight to get heads up on some upcoming announcements.

New Music Video Featuring Alan Wake

Remember the live Alan Wake teaser that Remedy released last week? Now we know what it was for, enjoy the new music video from Poets Of The Fall, War.

Games Thirst Review: Alan Wake (360)

by Fernando on May 24th, 2010, under Microsoft, Written Reviews, Xbox 360
After 5 long years of waiting, Alan Wake is finally out with the potential to become a very special franchise. As a movie lover I was very excited with Remedy’s latest adventure for the Xbox 360. The game tells the story of Alan Wake, a famous writer who’s days of glory are way past behind him and writers block is preventing him from finishing his latest novel. His wife Alice convinces him to go on vacation to the town of Bright Falls but things don’t always go as planned. Alan’s wife suddenly disappears and his work starts becoming a reality before his eyes turning a relaxing escapade into a hellish nightmare.

Alan Wake Sales Keep Strong In UK, #1 In France and Netherlands

by Fernando on May 24th, 2010, under Gaming News, Microsoft, Xbox 360

Second week of sales in the UK show a surprising strong performance for Remedy’s new comer Alan Wake. The title holds steady in the top 5 even after receiving a really weak marketing campaign compared to how Microsoft tends to treat their exclusives titles. Alan Wake is the #5 best selling games in the UK Individual Charts after debuting at #1 last week.

Feature: Top Five Games The Longest Under Development

There’s one thing that’s been made abundantly clear, even before a developer has completed and made available its title for the masses to enjoy, the sequel to said title, most times is already on the drawing boards. Rough sketches, drafts of story and ideas to innovate flood the minds of developers even before the first title is out.

For Remedy, There’s No Rush Into The Next Generation Of Consoles

This is good news, since many a gamer still want to enjoy their expensive consoles for at least 4 more years. Speaking to GI, the guys behind Alan Wake supports the notion, they believe developers are in “no hurry” to transit into the next generation of consoles.

Alan Wake Box Art Revealed, You Be The Judge

by Ernice Gilbert on February 18th, 2010, under Remedy Entertainment, Xbox 360

Alan Wake is set to scare the masses on May 18th and 21st in the US and UK respectively, and now we have a look at the game’s box art.

Run past the break.

For Remedy, Alan Wake Is A Make Or Break Title

It’s going on six years now since Alan Wake has been under development, and for Remedy’s sake let’s hope the game does well at retail, because if not, we could say bye-bye to the studio; this according to Remedy’s managing director Matias Myllyrinne in an interview with IncGamers.

Video Thirst: First 5 Minutes Of Alan Wake Are Really Something

by Ernice Gilbert on February 18th, 2010, under Remedy Entertainment, Xbox 360

You knew this was bound to happen. The first five minutes of Remedy’s thriller exclusive to the Xbox 360 console has been released.

It’s past the break.

Xbox 360 Is The Best Environment For Alan Wake Says Remedy

by Ernice Gilbert on February 15th, 2010, under Remedy Entertainment, Xbox 360

Alan Wake was supposed to be a multiplatform title. Yes, the game was set to hit PC alongside its 360 counterpart, albeit on a later date. But it got canned. So now, the highly anticipated thriller will be enjoyed only on the 360, and according to Remedy, it’s because said system is a much better “environment” than PC. Yeah that’s what they said.

For Microsoft, Alan Wake 2 Is A “Wait And See” Situation

by Ernice Gilbert on January 29th, 2010, under Remedy Entertainment, Xbox 360

By the time Alan Wake hits store shelves this spring, the game would have been six years in development.