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X10: Here are some new Alan Wake screenshots

Feb 12 // Jim Sterling
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To compliment the news that Alan Wake won't be coming to PC, here are some fresh screenshots that show off the "psychological action thriller thing" in action. The images are basically what we've come to expect from Alan Wake: Lots of walking around with a torch, and trees. So many trees. 

I worry that the information finally spilling from Remedy's previously mute game is a case of too little, too late. The game's only been revealed in dribs and drabs over the past year, and before E3 2009, it was all hype and zero information. It's not escaped my notice that talk surrounding the game is very minimal when you consider it's a big platform exclusive. I wonder if people aren't burned out on the game after so much hype. 

Are you sick and tired of hearing about Alan Wake? Do you think they've spent so long with teases and secrecy that this new information just doesn't matter anymore? How many of you are genuinely excited for Alan Wake?

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