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Remedy’s Sam Lake details the development difficulties of Alan Wake, and why it wasn’t open-world

Alan Wake has turned 10 years old and Remedy’s Sam Lake has the major difficulites developing this stunning game. Sam Lake has also revealed why Remedy decided to ditch its open-world/sandbox design in favour of a more linear approach. Continue reading Remedy’s Sam Lake details the development difficulties of Alan Wake, and why it wasn’t open-world

Alan Wake and For Honor are now available for free on Epic Games Store

Epic Games is offering today two triple-A games for free. From now and until August 9th, PC gamers can download for free (and own them forever) both Alan Wake and For Honor. This is a pretty great deal so we strongly suggest getting them (obviously in case you don’t own them yet). Continue reading Alan Wake and For Honor are now available for free on Epic Games Store

Alan Wake will be removed from digital stores on May 15th due to music license issues

Remedy has announced that Alan Wake will be removed from digital stores on May 15th due to some music license issues. As such, and while the team is looking into relicensing the music for Alan Wake, Remedy offers the entire Alan Wake franchise (including Alan Wake, all DLC, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare) with a 90% discount. Continue reading Alan Wake will be removed from digital stores on May 15th due to music license issues

Here Is What Alan Wake Could Look like as a Retro Point-n-click Adventure Game

YouTube’s ‘SVPortfolio’ has released a video, showing what Alan Wake could look like as a retro “Lucas Arts” adventure game. This project was created in Unity, and is a must-see for all point-n-click fans. Too bad though that it isn’t available for download. Continue reading Here Is What Alan Wake Could Look like as a Retro Point-n-click Adventure Game

Top 10 PC Optimized Games of 2012

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It’s that time of year again. 2013 is almost upon us and promises to be a great year. Well, that is if the Mayan prediction was not accurate enough and the world doesn’t end tomorrow (though we all know that we’ll be just fine and nothing ‘bad’ will happen). So, our dear readers, we’re presenting you our Top10 most optimized PC games of 2012. Before starting, let us tell you that our Top10 is based on those games’ performance under DX9 and DX10. DX11 did not take off in 2012, and that’s why we did not focus on it. However, our GTX690 will serve us well in 2013, so rest assured that our upcoming Performance Analyses will also cover this API. Continue reading Top 10 PC Optimized Games of 2012