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Alan Wake is coming to the PC this February, works well with Nvidia’s 3D Vision, will support Windows XP

PC gamers, here is something special for you. Remedy has just released the FAQ for Alan Wake PC and get ready everyone because the game will hit Steam this February. Yeap, Remedy has spilled the beans about its release date, as we previously knew that the game would hit the PC the first quarter of 2012. Moreover, Remedy revealed that the game is compatible with Nvidia’s 3D Vision and that they are doing their best to support Windows XP. This means that the game will run in DX9, but will require a DX10/11 card for its additional raw power. Continue reading Alan Wake is coming to the PC this February, works well with Nvidia’s 3D Vision, will support Windows XP

Alan Wake PC will ‘unofficially’ require at least an AMD 2900XT/3800 or an Nvidia 8600GT

As we’ve informed you earlier last week, we’re expecting Alan Wake’s PC FAQ this week and although it hasn’t been released yet, Remedy’s Markus has ‘unofficially’ revealed the minimum GPU requirements of the game. According to Markus, Alan Wake PC will require at least an AMD 2900XT/3800 or an Nvidia 8600GT GPU for low settings and a 1024×768 resolution. Continue reading Alan Wake PC will ‘unofficially’ require at least an AMD 2900XT/3800 or an Nvidia 8600GT

Alan Wake PC FAQ possibly coming this week; definitely next week

We are all dying to hear more news about the PC version of Alan Wake, right? Well, we might have to wait a little bit longer, as Remedy’s Community Manager, Peter Papadopoulos, revealed that the PC FAQ for Alan Wake will most likely be released this week. As Peter revealed, a meeting will be scheduled with Ozz this week and they’ll try to knock out most of the FAQ. This basically means that the FAQ could be ready either this or next week. Continue reading Alan Wake PC FAQ possibly coming this week; definitely next week

Alan Wake PC; Hidden HUD and checkpoint saving system confirmed

Alan Wake PC is slated for a Q1 2012 release and as a result of that, more and more details are hitting the web. So, this past week, Remedy’s Markus confirmed that there will be an option to hide – entirely – your HUD, while the game’s save system will remain the same with the X360’s version, meaning that you’ll rely on checkpoints and that you won’t be able to free save anywhere you want. Continue reading Alan Wake PC; Hidden HUD and checkpoint saving system confirmed

Alan Wake not coming to PS3 anytime soon; Microsoft gave Remedy the green light for the PC version

We know that a lot of you were wondering whether or not Remedy had acquired the rights of Alan Wake as if they actually did get them back, a future PS3 version would be possible, right? Well, it appears that things are more complicated than that. We also know that PC gamers hate Microsoft for keeping Alan Wake exclusively to X360 this whole time, but what Remedy’s Markus Maki revealed yesterday is quite interesting and sheds some light on this whole thing. Continue reading Alan Wake not coming to PS3 anytime soon; Microsoft gave Remedy the green light for the PC version

Alan Wake PC will support DX9; more details about its game engine

Back in the days, the PC version of Alan Wake – the one that was cancelled – was not supposed to be compatible with DX9 and Windows XP. As we had guessed back then, that DX10 requirement was simply a marketing trick from Microsoft in an attempt to boost Vista’s sales. Fast forward a couple of years and here we are today with a new PC build for Alan Wake that will support DX9. Yeap, you read that right and it’s official. Alan Wake PC will support DX9 and Windows XP. Continue reading Alan Wake PC will support DX9; more details about its game engine

New Alan Wake website launched; new developer diary coming in a few days

Remedy has just launched a new website for their Alan Wake series. PC fans will be pleased to see the PC logo at the bottom of the site and as was stated earlier, the game is currently slated for an early 2012 release on the PC. Unfortunately though, we don’t have any news to share about the PC version of Alan Wake or about a future PC version of Alan Wake: American Nightmare. Continue reading New Alan Wake website launched; new developer diary coming in a few days

Alan Wake PC – More news coming next week; game will support the X360 controller

We know that you are dying to hear more about the PC version of Alan Wake, so get ready as more news will be revealed next week. According to Remedy’s Community Manager, the embargo for Alan Wake PC will be lifted in Monday and there will be some brand new information about it. Moreover, Remedy’s Markus Maki confirmed in the very same thread that Alan Wake PC will support the X360 controller. Continue reading Alan Wake PC – More news coming next week; game will support the X360 controller

Alan Wake PC – More Details Revealed; polished graphics, Steamworks title, no GFWL support

So PC gamers, Alan Wake is coming to our platform. Wonder what changes were made? Well, here are some new details about that were revealed by Remedy’s writer, Mikki Rautalahti. According to Mikki, Remedy – with the help of Sandbox Strategies – are self-publishing the PC version of Alan Wake. Mikki said that Remedy was also frustrated with the fact that they could not port Alan Wake to the PC as it was out of their hands at the time. In other words, it seems that Remedy have reclaimed the rights of Alan Wake, otherwise they would not be able to self-publish it. Either that or Microsoft gave Remedy the green light for a PC version. Continue reading Alan Wake PC – More Details Revealed; polished graphics, Steamworks title, no GFWL support

Sandbox Strategies: No plans for Alan Wake: American Nightmare PC as of yet

With Alan Wake coming to the PC, it was only natural to wonder whether or not its sequel, American Nightmare, would find its way to our beloved platform. Since some of you asked us about it, we contacted Remedy to find out. Unfortunately though, the news are not so good for our PC fans. According to Sandbox Strategies’ Aaron Palacios, there are currently no plans for a PC version of Alan Wake: American Nightmare. Continue reading Sandbox Strategies: No plans for Alan Wake: American Nightmare PC as of yet