Nothing is more exciting than to open an email from Humble Bundle and see a “pay what you want” offer on Alan Wake. Don’t believe me? Click here then, and see for yourself. For the rest of the week, you can pay what you want for the Alan Wake: Collector’s Edition and Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for Windows and Steam, and it’s all for a good cause. Each includes the soundtrack and all sorts of bonus content. So far 31,139 people have purchased the bundle.
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Alan Wake: Collector's Edition
Remedy has released a batch of never-before-seen concept art from Alan Wake American Nightmare to celebrate the game’s impending release on PC. We’ve posted the lot for you below. The game lands on Steam and GOG May 22.
Alan Wake American Nightmare will be releases on Steam May 22 and is now available for pre-order and is 10% off. If you own the original game, you can get it for 15% off. The game was first outed as coming to the service back in April. You can also grab the game off GOG […]