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Post by Eorl @ 12:04pm 14/02/12 | 5 Comments
Nordic Games has revealed the PC Collector's Edition of their forthcoming highly anticipated release of Alan Wake for PC which will include a wealth of amazing content offering incredible value for both fans of the award-winning game and those new to the psychological thriller.
Alan Wake Collector’s Edition will include a Bonus Disc crammed with exclusive content. This includes The History Of Remedy, The Making Of Alan Wake, The Making Of A Thriller, music videos by the Old Gods Of Asgard, several trailers to the game and Storyboard (witch concept art) as a movie clip.

Also included is The Alan Wake Files; a 144-page book with evidence on the mysterious incidents around Alan Wake and Bright Falls, compiled by the fictitious author Clay Steward.

The Standard and Collector’s editions of Alan Wake both include the main game, with optional commentary provided by Remedy (Collector’s Edition only) and both DLCs – The Signal and The Writer – on disc one, while disc two hosts the official soundtrack, comprising 13 tracks.
This is definitely shaping up to be a massive release for the PC edition, which will be available for purchase 2nd March 2012.

You can check out the screenshots below showing off both the Standard and Collector's Edition goodies, as well as our game page for more.




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blah
Posted 03:18pm 14/2/12
Seriously, who would want to play a game with a title of a person's name.
breno
Posted 06:11pm 14/2/12
Bit late isn't it?
trog
Posted 06:48pm 14/2/12
Seriously, who would want to play a game with a title of a person's name.
That is even sillier than judging a book by its cover dude
DM
Posted 06:51pm 14/2/12
I bought this back when my 3rd xbox was still alive and never got past about 4 hours in so I'll have to check this out when some CD key sites get some cheap ones since i'd like to see it on PC, like it originally was going to be.
scuzzy
Posted 06:54pm 14/2/12
Buy this game if you like games.

Edit: Seriously, Played through the game and the two DLC's on xbox and really enjoyed everything about Alan Wake.

last edited by scuzzy at 18:54:16 14/Feb/12
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