Horror games are known for having some exquisite assortment of weapons, and here are the best of the best.
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The remaster of the 2012 thriller mystery is now available with visual improvements, 4K support and its two story DLC packs.
Alan Wake lives on in remastered form.
The trailer specifically looks at direct comparison between the original Xbox 360 release and the remastered version running on Xbox Series X.
The game is coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. It will feature 4K visuals and various graphical upgrades. A release date hasn't yet been announced.
Multiple sources are doubtful that the recently leaked Alan Wake remaster will be announced at the upcoming PlayStation event.
Both titles could be headed to PC via the Epic Games Store, if recently spotted updates to the store's backend are anything to go by.
Remedy has five games in development.
Want some exceedingly deep narrative? Check out these games.
The woods can be dangerous, especially in these games.
The world may have moved on but these plot threads remain loose.
The Remedy Connected Universe is well and truly kicking into gear.
Writer Sam Lake remembers the game's rough development cycle.
It's not a lake, it's an ocean of games.
Whether full-length features or animated ventures, these titles would be great to watch.
It's not a sequel, but hey, it's something.
I know what you're going to say, but let's be honest, it's probably not that.
For all the best chills and thrills, these games come highly recommended.