A famous horror novelist, on vacation in a cabin on a lake island surrounded by forest, finds himself stuck in a novel he's writing. Every shadow wants him dead, his wife is missing and all the roads are blocked. Then a friend appears.
In darkness, fight with light.
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Did You Know?
The initial platforms for Alan Wake were announced to be PC with Next Generation Consoles (Xbox 360 and PS3). When Microsoft picked up publishing of the game, the PS3 version was dropped, although Remedy admitted it was dropped so early in the development they hadn't yet had the game playable on the PS3. The PC version was originally going to require Windows Vista, and it was even demoed on the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor with Nvidia graphics in 2006. When the game made it's final push for completion, PC development stopped, although Remedy said it would continue if Microsoft wanted. At release, the game was only available on Xbox 360. See more
Alice Wake's driver's license, picked up by Alan when it was left in an old car, was issued in the USA, which organizes date of birth by month/date/year. Alice's license, while difficult to read in game can be seen clearly in the Official Survival Guide, lists her date of birth as 24-11-79 (day-month-year). No US issued license would list a date in this manner. See more
Get the hell *back*, you freaks!
Spoofs Twilight Zone
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