Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Remedy

Alan Wake to make PC debut on Steam later this month

Alan Wake (360, PC) PC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Remedy has announced that they will be launching Alan Wake, their appropriately dubbed psychological action thriller, later this month on Steam. On February 16, PC gamers will get to step into the shoes of one Mr. A. Wake as they make their way through the town of Bright Falls in a quest to find their missing love and unravel a reality-warping mystery. The $29.99 release not only includes the original game but all of the DLC available for the 360 version (a Limited Collector’s Edition will also be available for $34.99). The PC version will support higher resolutions, multiple control schemes, and both AMD Eyefinity 3D 3-screen mode and Nvidia Nvision Sterescopic 3D.

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DLC, PC News

Alan Wake – PC version to get retail release

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Remedy Games’ excellent psychological action thriller Alan Wake will be hitting store shelves for the PC, courtesy of Nordic Games. The boxed edition will include both of the DLC releases currently available on Live Marketplace for the 360 version, The Signal and The Writer. Although a release date and price weren’t announced, Noridc noted that they will be passing along the official word shortly.

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DLC, PC News

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare gets Fight till Dawn mode

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Remedy’s Alan Wake Live-exclusive spinoff, American Nightmare, will include a new arcade mode dubbed Fight till Dawn. The studio announced that the new mode will pit Wake against waves of enemies as he attempts to survive the night by tracking down safe havens and weapons to stave off chainsaw- and axe-wielding maniacs. Leaderboard support was also announced, allowing gamers to compare their survival efforts against fellow embattled novelists.

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Xbox 360 News

Wake heads into the darkness once more with American Nightmare

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Remedy is returning to the world of Wake next year with Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for Xbox Live Arcade. The standalone spin-off will pit Wake against his evil double, Mr. Scratch, as the latter sets his sites on Wake’s wife, the ever-imperiled Alice.

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Xbox 360 News

Death Rally to receive new features, challenge, and fixes shortly

Death Rally iPad Update Announcement

Death Rally, the new handheld rerelease of Remedy’s DOS-based car combat racer, is set to receive an update shortly that will include general improvements, bug fixes, as well a new challenge and features. The full list can be found below, but fans wanting left-handed controls, new paint jobs, and a challenge that includes shotguns, snipers and strikers should be on the lookout for the update.

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Apple Handheld

Alan Wake – The Writer

“… a great buy for fans and solid end to an exciting first chapter.”

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(Xbox 360 Review) Alan Wake

(Xbox 360 Review) Alan Wake

“Remedy knows they have a good … so they want you to experience it.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews