Alan Wake: Collector's Upgrade
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Requires Alan Wake (base game) to use this DLC.
"Remedy's done a great job of mixing elements of written work, television, and video games to create an experience full of scares, laughs, and thrills that's just as fun to play as it is to watch." - IGN.com
"...it’s still a genuinely skin-twitching survival game with an original and tense twist to the combat." - PCgamer.com
Upgrade your copy of Alan Wake to a Collector's Edition for many bonus features and items!
Or save now and buy our Alan Wake Collectors Edition bundle here!
Videos integrated to the game - while you play the game listen to the Remedy team's comments about the locations and design. The commentary contains about one hour of videos, you can activate it from the in-game menu options.
Alan Wake Files
A brave and deeply disturbing account of one man's attempt to confront the visions that haunted him. Clay Steward's gripping journey takes him to a small town in the pacific Northwest where he follows in the tracks of best-selling author Alan Wake and renegade FBI Agent Robert Nightingale. There he travels ever deeper in the woods and ever farther into the heart of darkness to unravel a series of mysterious events that reach hundreds of years into the past and chillingly into the present.
The 130-page illustrated PDF Book will be placed in your Alan Wake folder in the Steam Directory:
A soundtrack containing 49 minutes of fully mastered tracks in 320kbps MP3 format, composed by Petri Alanko, Old Gods of Asgard and Poets of the Fall. Tracks:
A Writer's Dream - Petri Alanko
Welcome to Bright Falls - Petri Alanko
The Clicker - Petri Alanko
Taken by the Night - Petri Alanko
Mirror Peak - Petri Alanko
Tom the Diver - Petri Alanko
Hunters - Petri Alanko
The Well-Lit Room - Petri Alanko
Departure - Petri Alanko
Children of the Elder God - Old Gods of Asgard
The Poet and the Muse - Old Gods of Asgard
War - Poets of the Fall
Tom the Diver (Collector's Edition Exclusive Mix) - Petri Alanko
The Soundtrack will be placed in your Alan Wake folder in the Steam directory:
Content for diehard fansvipe_1 | Dec. 10, 2014 | See all vipe_1's reviews »
Alan Wake: Collector's Upgrade simply adds on a sort of "directors" cut level of content to the base game. You will get developer commentary, a very nice illustrated book (pdf), and the soundtrack. The commentary is interesting for those that want a perspective from the makes of the game, and is unique in that it can play in the background of the game as you play. The pdf book is very nice, and a worthwhile read. The illustrations are good and the whole thing is a great complement to the game. In particular the soundtrack stands out. As a big soundtrack fan myself, what Petri Alanko put together is pretty great. The songs from the game are simple and straightforward but are very atmospheric and well constructed. Having the popular style music from the Old Gods in the game is also a fun addition. Worth it for huge Alan Wake fans, this add-on won't disappoint if you want more from Remedy itself.
The Upgrade is Worth ItQwertyfour | Oct. 3, 2013 | See all Qwertyfour's reviews »
This upgrade adds 3 main things to your base Alan Wake game: The soundtrack, a PDF book, and the ability to turn on developer commentary. The sound track alone is worth it because of how powerful the tracks are. After every episode, one of those tracks play and you're left with a stunned feeling because of how the pacing works. Now you'll actually get those soundtracks. The PDF book adds a lot to the story and other things that happen in the Alan Wake universe. I haven't tried the commentary, but I'll definitely turn it on the next play through, but that won't be a while. Overall, you should get this because it is an amazing sound track and book though doesn't add content
An Original ConceptKratzer | June 3, 2013 | See all Kratzer's reviews »
I enjoyed this game if nothing less for its originality. The narration provided by the main character adds some legitimate value to the game, which is not always the case, definitely not for this genre. In addition to that, you are fighting against a force that is loosely defined and which therefore makes it all the more terrifying. When, at any moment, anything around you could take life and try to end you, it adds to the plight of the character dramatically. I give this game very high marks.
Late night funigzaustion | Jan. 8, 2013 | See all igzaustion's reviews »
Few games capture the horror genre better than this. The only game to scare me more was Silent Hill many years ago, but that might be because I was so much younger back then. The story and design of this game is just brilliant, and if you feel comfortable playing a scripted story, buy this right away.
When Max Payne becomes a horror storyabelfs | Dec. 9, 2012 | See all abelfs's reviews »
These guys of Remedy are f**** genious. While I was playing, Max Payne 1 and 2 came to my mind, even when the gameplay and atmosphere are completely different. Alan Wake is a game where you fight shadow monsters who are invincible until they are hit with light. The story is suspenseful, mysterious, and with that particular sense of humour made in Remedy. Highly recommendable. Play it if you're looking for a more unique action/adventure game with a nice story.