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Remedy's Control will release in August

Remedy's upcoming sci-fi shooter Control will be hitting PS4, Xbox One, and PC on August 27, 2019. The date was accidentally revealed via a mishap with the Windows store, then confirmed by Game Informer from Remedy directly. This falls in l...

 
 
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Epic just keeps getting exciting new exclusives for its store

Everyone wants to play ball with Epic. Why wouldn't they? As far as third-party PC games storefronts and launchers go, Epic is the most favorable option. Its 12 percent revenue cut is vastly favorable to what Valve currently offers with Ste...

 
 
 
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Remedy's Control is officially set for a summer launch

Remedy's next game, Control, has been quite the enigma since its E3 2018 reveal. There's a giant supernatural government building, an "otherworldly" alien antagonist, all sorts of reality-breaking physics quandaries. We spent an hour lookin...

 
 
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Remedy's Control takes place in one really weird house

The Federal Bureau of Control picked a real doozy for its headquarters. This bizarre building, dubbed The Oldest House, is home to all sorts of oddities and phenomenons. "Phenomenon" is a politely vague descriptor for the fucked-up monster...

 
 
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Alan Wake is back on Steam

In May 2017, Alan Wake was taken off digital storefronts. Remedy's 2010 thriller had expiring music licenses that Microsoft couldn't re-up. As such, Alan Wake was pulled from PC stores (such as Steam and Humble) and the Xbox store...

 
 
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Remedy's Control will feature Max Payne and Alan Wake leads

Remedy's upcoming sci-fi shooter Control will feature the talents of Max Payne and Alan Wake's lead actors. Both James McCaffrey (Max) and Matthew Porretta (Alan) will be featured in roles that play alongside that of the main character. The...

 
 
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The cast of Remedy's Control will be at New York Comic-Con

If you happen to be going to New York Comic-Con next week, you'll have a chance to meet the cast of Remedy's upcoming action game Control. While only lead actress Courtney Hope has been confirmed, Remedy's own Sam Lake will also be on the s...

 
 
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Alan Wake returns for a live-action TV series

Alan Wake fans rejoice! Earlier today, it was announced that Alan Wake is going to be adapted into a television series with Sam Lake, the original creator heavily involved in the production of the live-action series as its executive produce...

 
 
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Quantum Break will be quantum leaping to Game Pass soon

Xbox Game Pass is set to receive a bunch of new titles for September and the clear standout is Quantum Break. While maybe not the best game it could be, Quantum Break's infusion of different media formats makes for a great time if you view ...

 
 
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Remedy is looking to start making 'ongoing multiplayer games'

Remedy has carved a reputation for itself as a narrative-first studio. It makes singleplayer games first and foremost, and every one of those games (Max Payne, Alan Wake, Quantum Break, et al) has a strong story carrying it. Remedy's next t...

 
 
 
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Remedy's Control looks like a trip

During Sony's E3 press conference, Remedy debuted its newest project, Control. The reveal had plenty of mind-bending moments, some gunplay, and a futuristic vibe that made it pop.  According to a press release, Control puts players in...

 
 
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Remedy's next game will reportedly be revealed at E3

It's nearly May, and that means the E3 Speculation Machine (patent pending) is running on all cylinders. The less we know for sure, the more anything is technically possible. There's enthusiasm and bright-eyed hope in being left in the dark...

 
 
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Remedy's next game should launch in 2019

It's been a few years since Quantum Break came out, so obviously Remedy has been hard at work on something. We already knew the developer was making the single-player portion of the free-to-play shooter CrossFire 2, but what of its untitled...

 
 
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Quantum Break's Xbox One X patch is hysterically large

It isn't really a surprise to find out that a game is 40+ GB in this day and age. Its kind of a sad reality, but it makes some sense. Impressive graphics are gonna eat up space. What is really pushing it is when an upgrade patch for a game ...

 
 
 
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Watch Sam Lake dissect all of Remedy's games

Earlier this week, I published a piece about Remedy Entertainment creative director Sam Lake's presentation at Digital Dragons in Krakow, Poland. In it, I posit that Remedy's next game, currently codenamed P7, will share values with other ...

 
 
 
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PSA: Alan Wake is still available on the Humble Store

The last we heard from Alan Wake was that developer Remedy had to pull the game from sale due to some music licensing issues. May 15 was supposed to be the last day you were able to grab the title from Steam, Humble, GOG and wherever else d...

 
 
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You should buy Alan Wake before it's gone

Video games are great at providing settings that push the boundaries of the imagination. Underwater cities, ruined space stations, hellscapes and heavens. They're good at bringing large cities to life, the hustle and bustle of great metropo...

 
 
 
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Remedy's next title will be published by 505 Games

For the first time since the release of Max Payne 2, Remedy Entertainment doesn't have the safety net of a first-party publishing deal for its next major game. The Alan Wake and Quantum Break developer spent the majority of the pa...

 
 
 




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