Alan Wake has been a long time coming. Back in 2005, we were shown a game featuring a guy who looked like Johnny Depp in the film Secret Window. Which would make sense -- both are both about male writers dealing with writer's block, and its effect on how they deal with the important events in their lives.
But after years of development, Alan Wake, is finally nearing release. The game is basically done, actually, with only some minor tweaking left to make sure the experience is perfect. It's obvious that Remedy is working hard to make Alan Wake an awesome experience, and having spent some time with the game, I'm a believer. I didn't want to put it down.
Alan Wake (Xbox 360)
Alan Wake is heavily inspired by the works of Stephen King and the TV shows Twin Peaks and The X-Files. Wake is with his wife visiting the small, idyllic woodland community of Bright Falls. It's a good resting place for him and his wife to work on their relationship, and maybe for resuming his writing career. After all, it has been two years since his last novel, and the writer's block is getting to him.
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