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First add-on free for those who buy Alan Wake new


When you go to purchase either the standard or limited edition of Alan Wake, keep in mind that buying used -- or renting from GameFly, etc. -- means you'll have to pay for the first downloadable content pack. In each new copy, a token card can be found, as is steadily becoming the norm for this industry.

We don't know when the first Alan Wake add-on will be out, or what it's even about, really. Perhaps Remedy will say more once we get closer to the game's release next month. That would probably be a wise idea, you know, so everyone has an idea of what their $59.99 will get them going in.

Jim is currently playing the game for review, and I'm jealous beyond all belief. Look forward to hearing his thoughts in the near future.

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