A few days ago, a promotion that Microsoft ran for Windows Vista resurfaced on the Internet. It was a drawing for the opportunity to be digitally inserted into Remedy’s Alan Wake and a trip to the Tokyo Game Show to view the game in action. The bad part of all this is that the promotion is over a year old. We don’t know who beat the March 2007 deadline or if a winner was even chosen.
Until recently, we didn’t know a lot about Alan Wake. We knew there was a writer, some shadows and clouds, and windy roads, but that was the extent. At least that used to be the extent of the knowledge of the game. Recently, I got my hands on the teaser trailer that was supposed to be debuted at TGS 2008.
The level of excellence and the information that can be gathered from the teaser is enormous. In fact, I’m still speechless. Hit the break to check it out for yourself.
In case you're confused, check out the Duke Nukem Trilogytrailer.
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