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Alan Wake Gameplay Walkthrough Part 12 Let's play Playthrough Review

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Alan Wake Gameplay Walkthrough Part 12 Let's play Playthrough Review (Subscribe): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrtcLTSZ66uikvpTJ-Z-_7g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For top quality gaming Products Check out Steelseries: http://steelseries.7eer.net/c/264514/100327/2390 Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrtcLTSZ66uikvpTJ-Z-_7g Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/silentgamer21 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/albearSixsmith/ Alan Wake is an action-adventure psychological horror video game developed by Remedy Entertainment and published by Microsoft Studios, released for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The story follows best-selling thriller novelist Alan Wake, as he tries to uncover the mystery behind his wife's disappearance during a vacation in the small fictional town of Bright Falls, Washington, all while experiencing events from the plot in his latest novel, which he cannot remember writing, coming to life. In its pacing and structure, Alan Wake is similar to a thriller television series, with episodes that contain plot twists and cliffhangers. The game itself consists of six episodes, and the fiction is continued by two special episodes, titled "The Signal" and "The Writer", that were made available as downloadable content (DLC) within the same year of the game's release. Together, they make the first season of a possibly longer story. Additionally, a six-episode live-action web series called Bright Falls acts as a prequel to the game, and a number of related books also expand upon the Alan Wake story. Chiefly written by Sam Lake, Alan Wake took over five years to create—an unusually long development time in the game industry. The game received positive reviews from critics, and is often praised for its visuals, sound, narrative, pacing, and atmosphere. Alan Wake was awarded the first spot in Time magazine's list of the top 10 video games of 2010.[1] Alan Wake's American Nightmare, a full stand-alone title, was released in February 2012 on the Xbox Live Arcade service. On 5 April 2016, Remedy released Quantum Break, a spiritual successor to Alan Wake, with many references of this game hidden throughout the campaign. Developer(s) Remedy Entertainment Publisher(s) Microsoft Game Studios Producer(s) Jyri Ranki Designer(s) Mikael Kasurinen Programmer(s) Olli Tervo Artist(s) Saku Lehtinen Writer(s) Sam Lake Mikko Rautalahti Petri Järvilehto Composer(s) Petri Alanko Platform(s) Xbox 360 Microsoft Windows