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X10: Alan Wake is more intense than Dead Space

Feb 15 // R3Y GUTI3RR3Z

The survival horror genre has had its share of ups and downs. Dead Space is one of those amazing milestones that will always creep up on me in the middle of the night, reminding me what a coward I am for not finishing it, because it was far too creepy and intense.

Fast forward to today, and I find myself religiously following the development of Alan Wake, stalking Remedy's Oskari Hakkinen any chance I get for the smallest glimpse of what's to come.

Dare I say, after experiencing a whole chapter in Alan Wake at X10, I have learned of a new fear. Will I be too chicken to finish Alan Wake? Eh, I'll take the shrieking sounds of the Necromorphs in the darkest corners of the galaxy over having to man up to Mr. Wake's shadowy foes.


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