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Alan Wake's American Nightmare, the standalone follow-up to the original psychological action thriller, is now 800 Microsoft Points ($10) on the Xbox Live Marketplace. The game was previously 1200 MSP ($15), which continues to be its price on Steam. Developer Remedy has moved on to Quantum Break...

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Downtrodden horror author Alan Wake stars in the latest Humble Weekly Sale, which offers up downloadable Windows versions of Remedy's third-person shooter Alan Wake and its follow-up American Nightmare for a buyer-chosen price (minimum $1). Bundle buyers will receive DRM-free downloads of Alan...

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Alan Wake's American Nightmare is hitting Steam and GOG on Tuesday, May 22, and it's probably going to look a bit like the images in the gallery below, but with more 3D rendering and fewer "happy little trees" brush strokes. These concept images lay out the beginnings of a few key scenes in America...

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In light of this week's announcement of Alan Wake's American Nightmare coming to PC on May 22, the marketing minds at GOG have discounted the original Alan Wake and are promising discounts on pre-orders for Remedy's follow-up. Alan Wake is priced at $14.99 until 8:59pm GMT on May 15, while American...

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Alan Wake's American Nightmare will soon manifest on PC, if you believe the notes written down in the Steam registry. Discovered by DSOGaming, the registry information reveals that Mr. Wake's latest adventure is on the path to a Steam launch – unless it's just the devious Mr. Scratch messing ...

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Last week, Joystiq featured the six original episodes of Night Springs -- the Twilight Zone-inspired series featured in Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake. But a new week deserves a new set of mysteries and Joystiq has three never-before-seen episodes of the popular series debuting exclusively all w...

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Last week, Joystiq featured the six original episodes of Night Springs -- the Twilight Zone-inspired series featured in Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake. But a new week deserves a new set of mysteries and Joystiq has three never-before-seen episodes of the popular series debuting exclusively all w...

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The Twilight Zone-inspired series within Alan Wake -- dubbed "Night Springs" -- was popular among fans. Each short episode not only helped to expand Alan Wake's universe, but it also led to the downloadable spin-off Alan Wake's American Nightmare, in which the character of Alan Wake was caught in ...

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Some of the most memorable moments in Remedy Entertainment's thriller, Alan Wake, sprang from episodes of a short, Twilight Zone-inspired television show hidden throughout Bright Falls. "Night Springs" fleshed out Wake's world and also helped inspire the downloadable spin-off, Alan Wake's American...

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First up in news ... it's reviews. Weird, right? Richard, Alexander and Ben start the show off with a bit on Richard's Asura's Wrath review, and why length should not necessarily factor into the judgement of a game's quality. Nintendo Direct talk starts the real news section, and the guys are sure ...

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"Our destinies and inspirations are shaped by lies, myths and fables." So reads a manuscript page hidden in Alan Wake's American Nightmare, explaining humanity's love of a good story. It states that our favorite fictional characters are dearer to us than the real people we pass on the street every ...

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If you've been trying to avoid story details about Alan Wake's American Nightmare, we'd strongly recommend skipping this developer diary. In it, Alan Wake writer Sam Lake fills in some of details about what happens after the first game and explains Mr. Scratch. Steer clear if you don't want to kno...

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Mr. Wake never got the vacation he was looking for in the original Alan Wake, and it doesn't look like things are going to get any better for the embattled writer as he faces off against doppelganger Mr. Scratch in American Nightmare. At least we know the hero's journey doesn't end here....

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The latest developer diary for Alan Wake's American Nightmare sheds a little light on the downloadable title's new tone. This time around, the game takes on a "pulp action" feel with elements of B-movies, sci-fi and urban legends, according to Remedy's Sam Lake. See for yourself in the video above...

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