Alan Wake

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"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." -

"’s still a genuinely skin-twitching survival game with an original and tense twist to the combat." -

The critically acclaimed and BAFTA nominated, TIME magazine Game of the Year Alan Wake, finally comes to PC! From Remedy, the creators of Max Payne arrives a heart pounding Psychological Action Thriller, further refined and enhanced for the PC. The game comes with two special episodes, The Signal and The Writer.

When the wife of the best-selling writer Alan Wake disappears on their vacation, his search turns up pages from a thriller he doesn’t even remember writing. A Dark Presence stalks the small town of Bright Falls, pushing Wake to the brink of sanity in his fight to unravel the mystery and save his love.

Presented in the style of a TV series, Alan Wake features the trademark Remedy storytelling and pulse-pounding action sequences. As players dive deeper and deeper into the mystery, they’ll face overwhelming odds, plot twists, and cliffhangers. It’s only by mastering the Fight With Light combat mechanic that they can stay one step ahead of the darkness that spreads across Bright Falls.

With the body of an action game and the mind of a psychological thriller, Alan Wake’s intense atmosphere, deep and multilayered story, and exceptionally tense combat sequences provide players with an entertaining and original gaming experience.

Key Features:

  • Includes Alan Wake Special Episodes “The Signal” and “The Writer”.

  • Experience Alan Wake’s Pacific Northwest in higher resolutions and higher fidelity than the Xbox360 version.

  • Fully configurable mouse and keyboard support, or if you prefer to play with the Microsoft gamepad connected to your PC, you can do that too!

  • Lots of customizable graphics settings and support for 4:3, 16:9 and 16:10 aspect ratios!

  • Multithreaded engine that takes advantage of quad core CPUs.

  • Additional features our fans have sought after such as field of view adjustment as well as “hide HUD”.

  • Works with AMD Eyefinity 3D 3-screen mode.

  • Works with NVIDIA NVISION2 Stereoscopic 3D.

Customer reviews


A Very Good Thriller Title

TrainRain | Jan. 4, 2015 | See all TrainRain's reviews »

Alan Wake is not necessarily a very frightening horror game, but it sure has its moments. The game focuses little on jump scares and gore like many of the other horror games out there, which is good. In spite of this; the game manages to be quite scary at times, as it is a psychological thriller with a fantastic story and interesting plot turns. The game also delivers a very good twin peaks-like atmosphere and one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard in a game. This game is truly worth the time and the money!


What Survival Horror Should Be Like

MadDemon64 | Dec. 26, 2014 | See all MadDemon64's reviews »

Alan Wake is more like Resident Evil than Resident Evil currently is. The story is for the most part strong, the gameplay solid, and the game drips atmosphere.

Set in a fictional little town straight out of a Stephen King novel, you take the role of Alan Wake, a writer searching for inspiration. The game starts off with a clichéd opening where Alan Wake is having a nightmare that serves as a tutorial, but then you get introduced to another aspect of the game: the fact that every chapter is split into a day part where you soak in the surroundings and learn more about the town and its inhabitants, and a day part where the action starts and the environment that was once peaceful and downright beautiful turns into a nightmarescape of fog, eerie sounds, and danger.

During the night, you have to battle the literal darkness, an entity that takes control of townsfolk, local wildlife, and the occasional train car. Conventional weapons will not work on anything controlled by the darkness until you wear them down with your flashlight by shining it on them for a certain amount of time. You also will get access to limited flashbangs and flares later on, but as with ammo, these are limited so use them wisely. The only items that are not limited are batteries used to power your flashlight. This might seem like a bad thing but you will run through batteries quickly, much quicker than bullets.

Throughout the game you will come across manuscript pages, very fitting since you are a writer and everything that is going on is something literally out of one of your books. Some of these pages are on the path you will take, many are off the beaten path, but most are on higher difficulty settings. However, one potential problem with these pages is that since the events within the game are supposed to be out of a book Wake wrote, many of the manuscript pages include events that are yet to happen, providing the ever dreaded spoiler.

Alan Wake is a game with a few flaws, but when compared to its competitors, you will probably neither notice them nor care.


One of the greatest games ever...

andrej40 | Oct. 5, 2014 | See all andrej40's reviews »

This game is such a realistic and a fantastic horror fiction...what more can you ask from a game? I mean cmon you're are playing It and suddenly you're feeling a breeze scare in your bones It's just great...Graphics, also so realistic that you're thinking woow man I'm watching a movie and playing at the same time...Gameplay great,story really interesting and very amusing..You start playing the game and then you get lost in it. There is only one thing to say to this game Perfect...10 out off 10 and worth every penny or cent...


Survival Horror meets FPS

Briansmsk8er | Aug. 17, 2014 | See all Briansmsk8er's reviews »

Alan Wake is a beautiful Survival Horror game mixed with FPS action. You are a writer taking a vacation in the fictional town of Bright Falls, Washington, when strange and eerie things start happening. Different events from his latest book come together to haunt him. Alan Wake is a beautiful game, with lush landscapes, great cut scenes and eerie sounds and music. Armed with your flashlight and a gun to drive off the darkness. This is a great game that anyone who loves horror should try.


Psychological thriller.

Suppression555 | Aug. 17, 2014 | See all Suppression555's reviews »

In my opinion the best game in its genre, perfectly conveys gloomy atmosphere, sometimes even to become at ease. Sam Lake wrote a great script, with memorable characters, played their roles with enthusiasm. Chief, the hero of all the action, Alan Wake, a writer, by Ilka Willie perfectly conveys a sense of despair and loss, when left to accept, but there is always hope. And here begins the fight for his life in a dark, populated obsessed world. Shelters and shoals is not here, because in this game, no one does not shoot at you, except for some cut-scenes. The best we can do is very impressive to dodge the blow in slow-mo. The battle system is something special, a combination flashlight and a firearm, because the light is the most important in the survival of Alan, the light heal you, but also makes enemies vulnerable, then you can use a regular pistol or rifle. The game itself is presented as a series, the series with gaps between them, during which you can listen to great composition. Speaking of music and sound, are all at the highest level, from the grinding of metal, and to the rustle of leaves, and the soundtrack is matched calm and deep. About the schedule say a few words, in the daytime enjoy the scenery is a pleasure, a great work of artists. On the technical part of the same all okay, developers created its own engine, adequately conveyed everything planned.

Nothing to complain about, just ideal! 10/10.