Alan Wake in Spring 2010

Posted By | On 16th, Sep. 2009

It was announced at the ongoing Microsoft Press Confernce that Alan wake will be released on the Xbox 360 , next year, Spring 2010. The game which was demoed on stage by Remedy producers shows Alan Wake in a dark themed enviornmnet fighting of what seems zombies scared of light.  Alan will  be equipped with weapons like Flare thrower, hand guns and shotguns. But your torch will be your biggest ally throughout the game . Stay tuned for more E3 2009 coverage.

The game in action

The game in action


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