Today it’s Alan Wake a 2010/2012 action-adventure video game developed by Remedy Entertainment and published by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows (PC). The story follows best-selling thriller novelist Alan Wake, as he tries to uncover the mystery behind his wife’s disappearance during a vacation in the small fictional town of Bright Falls, Washington, all while experiencing events from the plot in his latest novel, which he cannot remember writing, coming to life.
Similar to Steam GOG.com have started their own game sale to celebrate Halloween. It’s called No Trick, All Treat and they have prepared a small selection of games such as Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs and Clive Barker’s Undying all for 75% off.
GOG.com have got in early and started their 2013 summer sale which features most of their no DRM games. This means that more than 500 games are now available for 50% off. The digital distribution site will also offer extra discounted Daily Deals (once a day) which will be up to 85% off. To celebrate the new summer sale GOG.com are giving all members Torchlight the action RPG game from Runic Games Inc. (not the co-op one) for free but only for under the next forty-eight hours.
Remedy Entertainment have released several new videos, screenshots, artwork and cover art recently which gives a little more detail about what you can expect from Quantum Break. The game will feature live-action videos mixed with gameplay.
The Humble Bundle’s Humble Weekly Sale has returned, and is currently providing Max Payne famed developer Remedy Entertainment Alan Wake games. For less than a week (six days), you can choose your own amount for Alan Wake: Collector’s Edition, containing the bonus episodes “The Writer”, and “The Signal”. You will also get the standalone DLC pack American Nightmare and lastly you will get videos, art, game screenplays and more bonuses such as the developer commentary videos, an illustrated PDF book, and the Alan Wake soundtrack.
A new Alan Wake title has been announced and shown on Game Informer, you can see the first screenshot below.
The new Alan Wake title is a downloadable adventure available through Xbox Live Arcade. Not much is know about it but developer Remedy is promising a fully standalone experience from the original Alan Wake game.