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  • Blog Post: Four New Xbox One Backward Compatible Games Available, Red Dead Not Included

    Four new games have joined Microsoft’s backward compatible roster. If you were counting on Red Dead Redemption, Halo Wars, or any of the other titles part of this weekend’s snafu though, you’re out of luck. We know that Alan Wake will eventually be coming, but that’s not available... More
  • Blog Post: Buy Quantum Break To Remedy Your Need For Free Alan Wake

    One of Microsoft’s biggest releases this spring is getting just a bit larger. The Xbox.com Quantum Break product page indicates that there are opportunities for two additional games bundled in. Remedy is dishing out Alan Wake for anyone that purchases Quantum Break digitally. It will come with... More
  • Blog Post: Remedy's Sam Lake Addresses Alan Wake Fans In Video Message, Humble Bundle Launches

    In one of the classiest moves in recent memory, Remedy's creative director Sam Lake has taken to video to answer fan cries for a new Alan Wake title. The news isn't great, but the delivery strikes the perfect chord. Lake talks about the studio's challenge to get a sequel to the title into... More
  • Blog Post: Alan Wake's American Nightmare Coming To PC

    Alan Wake's American Nightmare is coming to PC later this month, a spokesperson for Remedy Entertainment confirmed. The game will be available on Steam starting May 22. It'll cost $14.99. American Nightmare is a standalone game that is not a sequel to the original Alan Wake. If you're not... More
  • Blog Post: Alan Wake Sales Reach 2 Million

    Sales of the original Alan Wake for Xbox 360 and PC have now reached 2 million sales worldwide, developer Remedy confirmed. "After a slow start it's turning into something really positive. It's definitely had legs," said studio head Oskari Häkkinen in an interview with CVG. "I... More
  • Blog Post: Alan Wake's American Nightmare Release Date Announced

    Microsoft revealed the release date and prices for its Xbox Live Arcade House Party titles this year. House Party kicks off February 15 through March 13 with a new game being released each week. For those that purchase all four games during the House Party weeks, you'll get 800 Microsoft Points for... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Details House Party Titles

    The next selection of titles available during Microsoft's House Party have been announced. Once a week for four weeks a new Xbox Live Arcade game will be available for download. No release dates were revealed, but the program is expected to launch next month. The titles available include: Alan Wake's... More
  • Blog Post: Alan Wake: American Nightmare Revealed

    The next episode in the Alan Wake franchise comes to Xbox Live. The debut trailer below shows off some gameplay and gives some background of the game's story. Alan Wake's is hunting for his "evil caricature" named Mr. Scratch. Hope you bought some extra batteries! No release date for... More
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