From Remedy, the makers of Max Payne, comes this psychological action thriller for next-gen consoles and future-spec PC systems. Alan Wake is a psychological action thriller, set in an idyllic all-American small town and its surroundings in the state of Washington. Alan Wake, the game's From Remedy, the makers of Max Payne, comes this psychological action thriller for next-gen consoles and future-spec PC systems. Alan Wake is a psychological action thriller, set in an idyllic all-American small town and its surroundings in the state of Washington. Alan Wake, the game's protagonist, is a bestselling horror writer, who writes a novel about his darkest nightmares. In the game, those nightmares come true...

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After a wait of almost two years, PC users finally get a chance to play the Alan Wake game, in an improved version of the game that was released by Remedy Entertainment for Xbox 360.

Posted by TheUnbeholden on Feb 27th, 2012

Alan Wake, Remedies first game since Max Payne 2, was originally scrapped for PC for dubious reasons. Apparrently Remedies desire for a PC version never died out, and in late 2011 they announced its coming. With this opportunity, Remedy Entertainment also released a new trailer of the game, dedicated to the PC version which you can view on its steam page.

Alan Wake for PC includes the “The Signal” and “The Writer” DLC packages and all the necessary features a PC game needs, be controlled with a mouse and keyboard or gamepad with both methods working well, the interface has been adjusted allowing weapon switching with the number keys and mouse wheel, its playable on all 3 screen ratios, optimised for quad core cpu's, with adjustable FOV and a 'hide hud' option for those who prefer realism.

Remedy still show further improvements through patches, like allowing the game to played on resolutions smaller than 1024x768, for it to work well on 3 core machines and bindable mouse 4 and 5 buttons.

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ArkaZeen
ArkaZeen Feb 28 2012, 4:34pm says:

Nice!

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Conchobhar
Conchobhar Feb 29 2012, 9:10pm says:

its playable on all 3 screen ratios, optimised for quad core cpu's, with adjustable FOV and a 'hide hud' option.

Ah respect for the PC!

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