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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:36am 14/12/11 | 4 Comments
Eurogamer reports that Alan Wake fans have found an "Alan Wake" entry in the Steam registry, sparking a massive gasp of hope from PC enthusiasts hoping the original game's Xbox 360 exclusivity could be at an end.

This hope is further fueled by recent comments made to Finnish gaming site, JustPushStart, by Remedy's Aki Järvilehto, stating that they [Remedy] "received feedback from a lot of PC gamers" about its lack of a debut on the PC and that they "somehow ignored that".

"Let's see if in the near future we could have some positive news to tell you about dating!" he added. (We assume "dating" means release date.)

Now would be a good time for the emergance of Mr Wake on the PC platform, with the Spike TV VGAs' debut trailer for Alan Wake American Nightmare rekindling interest in the franchise. Remedy has also been actively talking up their next project which may or may not be the official next installment in the series, where they will utilise animation technology for facial features they believe are far and away better than those we saw in L.A. Noire.

We'll give you more details as they become clear from within the walls at Remedy, so stay tuned.




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Erisus
Posted 10:51am 14/12/11
IMHO Too little Too late.
Moved on to bigger and better things
Yerolo
Posted 12:42pm 14/12/11
Alan Wake was such an awesome game...played through the main game + DLC multiple times. What it lacked in gameplay it made up for in atmosphere, it delivered that in spades.

Would buy in a heartbeat again if it gets released on PC
Shao
Posted 12:45pm 14/12/11
nice, "i wont play it unless its on pc" has been my stance with alan wake, might finally get a chance to play it now :)
Khel
Posted 01:31pm 14/12/11
I still haven't played the DLC, but yeah, I loved Alan Wake, so awesomely written and such great atmosphere. It was like playing a Stephen King story ( old school stephen king, before he got hit by a car and started writing s***).
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