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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:02am 09/05/12 | 6 Comments
Alan Wake's belated love affair with the PC continues this month, with Remedy revealing that Alan Wake's American Nightmare, a digital download originally exclusive to Xbox 360, would be arriving on the desktop platform from May 22.

Currently you can pre-purchase the title on Steam with a 10% discount (coming in at around AU$13.50). There's no word on whether or not there will be any major changes between the PC version and the Xbox 360 version, but given Remedy's pedigree one should hope it has at least a visual makeover.

Click here to check out our review of the Xbox 360 version of the game, and watch the PC trailer embedded below.




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fryzeegunner
Posted 12:43pm 09/5/12
i want to get it, but it's $15 for like 3 hours. So im on the fence.
Pirroh
Posted 01:40pm 09/5/12
It is also on gog if anyone is interested in buying it from them.

http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/alan_wakes_american_nightmare
blaze0041
Posted 02:27pm 09/5/12
Owners of the Steam version of Alan Wake get 25% off, rather than 10 (comes in at $11.24 USD).
Eorl
Posted 02:30pm 09/5/12
i want to get it, but it's $15 for like 3 hours. So im on the fence.

You are forgetting you pay $15 for 2 hours in a cinema.
Tepid
Posted 07:50pm 09/5/12
no i don't.
fryzeegunner
Posted 11:00am 10/5/12
Yeh I did take that into concideration but I was reading reviews and they said, there is only 45min to an hour of original gameplay, and then they make you play through the exact same story 3 times, literally. Yes it may be apart of the story but the exact same levels 3 times? hmmm.
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