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6:30 PM on 11.10.2011

New Alan Wake teaser trailer is a tease

Remember the Alan Wake teasers that have been surfacing? Well now there's a trailer to go with them. The full trailer will be premiered during the 2011 VGAs, but Spike has posted a seven second teaser of the upcoming trailer...

Victoria Medina





8:40 AM on 11.08.2011

Look at a picture of Alan Wake: Night Springs

A single image has surfaced for Alan Wake: Night Springs, the digital follow-up to 2009's action-horror. The picture comes via everybody's favorite full-color press release, Game Informer.  Mr. Wake is looking prett...

Jim Sterling

12:40 PM on 05.24.2011

Remedy: Sony, Nintendo must reinvent handhelds to compete

Alan Wake developer Remedy believes that Sony and Nintendo need to significantly overhaul their portable efforts if they're to compete against the rising popularity of smartphones and tablets. According to executive VP A...

Jim Sterling

9:00 AM on 05.20.2011

Rumor: Alan Wake: Night Springs coming to XBLA

According to those always crafty ANONYMOUS SOURCES, Remedy is beavering away on a brand new Alan Wake title -- a downloadable offering known as Alan Wake: Night Springs.  The gossip suggests that Night Springs will be ba...

Jim Sterling

6:00 AM on 05.10.2011

The next Alan Wake is not a sequel or DLC

You know that "Alan Wake 2" reference that popped up on LinkedIn? Remedy Entertainment has confirmed that, yes, there's more Alan Wake on the way. It's just not a sequel… or downloadable content for the original game.&...

Nick Chester

10:40 AM on 05.09.2011

Resume sheds some light on Alan Wake 2

What did videogame blogs talk about before LinkedIn? The most recent juicy tidbit seems to out that work on the sequel to Alan Wake may well be underway. The LinkedIn profile of an artist shows that work may have been done on...

Nick Chester

10:00 AM on 05.03.2011

Remedy: Screw retailers, let's go digital

Remedy CEO Matias Myllyrinne wants the game industry to go all-digital as quickly as possible, and he doesn't give a damn if retailers are left in the dust. They sell used games, so screw 'em, appears to be the general o...

Jim Sterling

2:40 PM on 04.11.2011

Remedy aims to surpass L.A. Noire's facial animation

Remedy has been hard at work on some supposedly impressive facial animation technology for an upcoming project. According to Edge, the Helsinki studio is confident it can come closer to crossing the "uncanny valley" effect th...

Maurice Tan

2:30 AM on 04.09.2011

Death Rally already gets its first update

A mere week after the release of Death Rally on iOS devices, Remedy Entertainment has already released a significant update to their combat racer. In addition to fixing some bugs in the initial release and some minor im...

Conrad Zimmerman



Review: Death Rally photo
Review: Death Rally
by Maurice Tan

Ahhh Death Rally, what memories you have given me back in the day. The old Remedy logo, the Apogee splash screen, the fact that it was basically Micro Machines with guns; what wasn't there to like? Now, almost 15 years after the DOS release, Death Rally is back -- on iOS this time.

For the most part, the new Death Rally feels like you would expect. Fast top-down racing with guns, upgradable weapons, and new cars to unlock and upgrade. Death Rally is all about quick races on a short track where the goal appears to be simple at first sight: finish in pole position and destroy your opponents if you can. Thankfully there are a couple of design elements that make it more interesting than that.

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9:40 AM on 01.18.2011

Alan Wake finally on PC with... a themepack

Microsoft released a Windows 7 themepack for Alan Wake today. Let's all download it to send a "Signal" that people still want Alan Wake on the PC, shall we? If you never used one of these before, it's just a collection of twe...

Maurice Tan

3:00 PM on 01.11.2011

Alan Wake dev goes back to roots with Death Rally iOS

Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment is going back to its roots, reviving its first title, Death Rally, for the iOS. The developer says car combat game is "now bigger, stronger and more vicious than ever." The teaser trailer for the game looks surprisingly gorgeous, with plenty of explosions as you'd expect. Death Rally is expected to launch on the App Store in March for iPhone and iPad.

Nick Chester





4:40 PM on 11.15.2010

Motion-controlled Remedy game suggested by job listing

Time and time again, we've heard Remedy talk about how great a sequel to Alan Wake would be. There's still no definitive answer as to what the studio is working on, but whatever it is, it's taking place on the same engine use...

Jordan Devore

3:00 PM on 08.28.2010

An interview with Remedy's Matias Myllyrinne

Remedy CEO Matias Myllyrinne was friendly enough to invite Daniel Carneiro and myself over for an interview in Cologne about all things Alan Wake. We talked about Lost, The Wicker Man, Agent Nightingale, DLC and more. As Al...

Maurice Tan

11:40 AM on 08.24.2010

You can print your own Alan Wake cut-out

Have you always wanted a cardboard cut-out of a fictional author to look at you while you sleep? Well, as freakishly unlikely as it is, your prayers have been answered. Remedy has provided a high resolution copy of Alan Wake'...

Jim Sterling

2:20 PM on 07.27.2010

You should go download Alan Wake's 'The Signal' add-on

Consider this your official reminder to download the first of two add-ons for Alan Wake, "The Signal." For those who bought the game new, a redeemable code was packed in the box, rendering this a free download. Otherwise, it'...

Jordan Devore