Eine dunkle Präsenz belagert die Kleinstadt Bright Falls, und drängt Alan Wake an den Rande des Wahnsinns in seinem Bemühen dieses Mysterium zu lösen und seine Geliebte zu retten.
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Veröffentlichung: 16. Feb. 2012

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9/10 – http://pc.ign.com/articles/121/1218682p1.html

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Als die Frau des Bestseller-Autors Alan Wake im Urlaub verschwindet, schlägt seine Suche die Seiten eines Thrillers auf, von dem er nicht sagen könnte, ob er ihn überhaupt geschrieben hat. Die Anwesenheit von etwas Dunklem verfolgt die Kleinstadt Bright Falls und bringt Wake an den Rand seines Verstands, als er um die Lösung des Mysteriums und die Rettung seiner Liebe kämpft.
Alan Wake ist eine Mischung aus Actionspiel und Psychothriller. Es wird im Stile einer Fernseh-Thriller-Serie präsentiert. Alan Wake trägt den Markennamen der Story-Autoren von Remedy und wartet mit Action-Szenen auf, die den Puls zum Rasen bringen. Je tiefer die Spieler in das Mysterium hineingeraten, umso mehr begegnen sie einer überwältigenden Übermacht, unerwarteten Wendungen in der Handlung und Abenteuern, deren Ausgang nicht abzuschätzen ist. Nur durch Beherrschung der Kämpfe-Mit-Licht-Kampfmechanik können sie dem Dunkel, das sich über Bright Falls ausbreitet, immer einen Schritt voraus sein.
Mit dem Körper eines Actionspiels und dem Geist eines Psychothrillers bieten Alan Wakes intensive Atmosphäre, die tiefe und vielschichtige Story und die außerordentlich spannungsreichen Kampfszenen den Spielern eine unterhaltsame und originelle Spielerfahrung.

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  • Unterstützung von Quad Core CPUs.
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    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP SP2
    • Prozessor: Dual Core 2 GHz Intel oder 2.8 GHz AMD
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX 10 kompatibel mit 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 8 GB HD frei
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c kompatibel
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    • Prozessor: Quad Core 2,66 GHz Intel oder 3,2 GHz AMD
    • Speicher: 4 GB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX 10 kompatibel oder besser mit 1 GB RAM
    • DirectX®: 10
    • Festplatte: 8 GB freier Speicherplatz
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c kompatibel
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Alan Wake erzählt eine spannende, gruselige Survival-Horror Geschichte.
Sehr positiv finde ich, dass sich die Action mit ruhigeren Passagen gut abwechselt und somit das Spiel nicht zu eintönig wirkt. Es gibt 3 Schwierigkeitsstufen, 6 Kapitel, tolle Atmosphäre und eine super Sounduntermalung mit guten deutschen Sprechern. Zu erwähnen wäre noch, dass die beiden Addons „Das Signal“ und „Der Schriftsteller“ mit dabei sind. Außerdem gibt es noch Errungenschaften und eine einträgliche xbox 360 Controllerunterstützung.
Da das Game schon älter ist, wirkt die Grafik etwas angestaubt, jedoch nicht hässlich. Dafür läuft das Spiel auch auf betagteren PC Systemen.

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Alan Wake ist ein spannendes, gruseliges Survival Horrorgame mit einer gut erzählten Geschichte und einer ordentlichen Spielzeit von ca. 13 Stunden.
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A recommendation for our friends from Remedy! Alan Wake is definitely worth it!
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Awesome game 10/10
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Wundervoll, verwirrend dennoch verständlich...Ich liebe alles daran, die Charaktere, das Setting, die Spielmechanik, einfach alles! - Außer Alice - Spielt es, liebt es!
(Hab es zuerst auf der Xbox 360 gespielt, lasst euch nicht von meiner geringen Spielzeit abschrecken, da geht mehr)
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spooky,no light,wet pants
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Verfasst: 27. November
Dieses Game kann man alle 2 Jahre mal wieder spielen. Die Story ist der absolute Wahnsinn. Die Musik ausgezeichnet gewählt. Es macht einfach Spaß! Die Atmosphäre nach wie vor wundervoll. Wer dieses Spiel noch nicht gespielt hat muss es absolut tun! Es ist zwar schon etwas älter aber die Grafik ist ingame noch immer absoluter TOP-Standard! An den Sequenzen merkt man das es etwas älter ist aber das stört absolut nicht! Es ist eines meiner absoluten lieblingsgames.
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Verfasst: 21. November
Auch wenn Alan Wake schon etwas älter ist: Die Story und die Atmosphäre sind grandios. Die Atmosphäre wird mit Nvidias 3DVision nochmal deutlich gesteigert. Gute Tiefe, totz einer 3DVision-"Nicht-Empfehlung" von Nvidia. Bei mir lief es super!
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Overview
Alan Wake is a 3rd person action-thriller game released in 2010 on consoles, and then ported to PC in 2012. It's a game that offers a wholesome experience that covers all the bases, but doesn't truly excel in any particular category of gaming excellence. To give you a sense of how good a game Alan Wake is, I'll be reviewing its presentation, gameplay/mechanics, as well as its story, and then wrap up with some final thoughts.

Presentation
For a game made in 2010, Alan Wake is absolutely immaculate in graphical design. By today's standards, it's a decent looking game with some visual elements aging better than others. Let's start out with the good. The most noticeable aesthetic achievement Alan Wake possesses is its lighting, which has not aged a day. The lighting is so beautiful in fact, that on several occasions I had to just stop and spend a few seconds scanning my environment and bask in the beauty of it. Speaking of environments, this is another thing Alan Wake gets right. The level design is superb, and the rural alpine setting is surprisingly homely. The last thing Alan Wake does especially well graphically is its visual effects, which are of a very high quality and will always impress you, despite their age. The most painful parts of the visuals however, is the texture work and the faces of the characters. The textures themselves would have been decent back in 2010, but now a days they are bordering on atrocious, most noticeably if you get up close to them. As far as the face models go, they are another ugly visual aspect born from old tech. They aren't too poor looking, but it's very apparent they are dated. Continuing on to the audio, it's mostly good news. The ambiance and music do their job of building a tangible atmosphere well enough, but the voice acting isn't as lucky. All of the main characters sound great, but supporting characters often sound unenthusiastic and clunky. Finishing up with the performance, I have next to no complaints. The frame rate is for the most part solid and I never had any crashes, but I did get the rare stutter when several graphical effects occurred on screen at once. Altogether, the presentation of Alan Wake is a strong one, but does have a few ways in which it looks a bit too dated for its own good.

Gameplay/Mechanics
The gameplay and mechanics are where Alan Wake shows off the majority of its creative design. Most of the gameplay is simply 3rd person shooting, but there are plenty of innovative mechanics underpinning the gunplay that make it different from most 3rd person shooters. The most obvious design choice which causes you to use all of the games combat mechanics is the fact that essentially every enemy in the game is harmed by light, and bullets of course. The way this works is that each hostile entity has a kind of protective shield of darkness, which you must burn away by any means necessary before you can actually damage them with your other weapons. This turns flashlights, flares, flashbangs, and any other sources of luminescence into a weapon you can use against your adversaries; either to stun, explode, or ward them off as you gun them down in the meantime. There is also the rare driving sequence, where you get to take the brunt force of a four-wheeler to your enemies; after you've weakened them with the glow of your headlights. There is luckily a good variety of enemy types to inflict your arsenal of available combat tactics on to, from normal grunt-like hostiles to more difficult to defeat boss-type enemies. It also can't go without a mention that all of your enemies in Alan Wake have very good AI, and the game can often be very difficult because of it. Moving away from the combat, Alan Wake offers some exploration elements as well, although is still a linear game without a doubt. Exploration off the beaten-path will provide the player with useful supplies, collectables, and items that further the narrative. The only stand-out "bad" part of the gameplay are these almost always poorly designed sequences where the objects around you become possessed and hurl themselves at you. The game designers seemed to have no idea how many objects the player could contend with reasonably at once though, and went overboard with the mechanic every time it was used. This results in constantly frustrating trial and error as you repeatedly die by refrigerator-to-the-face until you have one lucky run where every flying car and crate miss you and you get away safely. When looking at the big picture though, the gameplay of Alan Wake is solid, and even finds a way to set itself apart through innovative gameplay mechanics.

Story
Alan Wake's story is a unique one that entertains throughout the majority of its 10-12 hour length, but by the end it does seem to be a little stuck up its own derrière, for lack of a more polite term. In Alan Wake you play as- well- Alan Wake, a writer with writers block who, two years after his most recent novel, has still not been able to write a word for a new book; despite constant effort. Because of this he decides to take a vacation to the small town of Bright Falls in Washington with his wife in an attempt to clear his mind and relax. This vacation quickly takes a turn for the worst however, as strange occurrences take place immediately upon interacting with the friendly locals. This results in a trippy power-struggle between Alan Wake and the dark forces which inhabit the town of Bright Falls. All of this makes for a fun (episodically structured) story that always keeps you guessing at what's coming next, and has some genuinely interesting, and even humorous writing along the way. The main plot is less of horror story than it makes itself out to be though, as I'd class it as more of a thriller. The progression of the narrative is for the most part handled quite well, but does play a bit fast and loose on how everything you are doing to reach each continuous goal actually helps you reach those goals. The next aspect of the story are its characters, which are all splendidly written, including Alan himself. They are all very different from one another, and provoke feelings from the player through their distinct personalities. The last element of the story I have to mention is the remarkable and intelligent attention to detail. While the game does sometimes get a bit dicey with how it explains stuff in the main plot, there is very few plot-holes left in any of the ongoing side stories or in the storylines of supporting characters. The worst part of the story overall though is the lackluster ending, which is an uninspired setup for a sequel; which still hasn't come six years later. All things considered, Alan Wake tells a decent story and has some truly exceptional writing, but does start to falter and gasp for air as it reaches an uncertain and nonsensical conclusion.

Final Thoughts
To be frank, I really did enjoy almost all of my time with Alan Wake, and would recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable gaming experience in any of the gaming genre's Alan Wake falls under. It's a far cry from a masterpiece, but you could definitely do worse with other games in the action / adventure / thriller / 3rd person genres. Alan Wake, despite its flaws, is still a fully-formed and entertaining gaming experience.

Personal Rating: 8.5/10

Note: Alan Wake has two "special feature" episodes called "The Signal" and "The Writer" (totaling 3 hours of extra content combined) which give some detail on what happens following the games conclusion. These two episodes try out some new gameplay ideas not presented in the main game, most of which are a step back IMO. They also add annoyingly little to the story, and even end on a cliffhanger just like the main game; the only difference being that it explains more thoroughly what the direction of a sequel would actually be. I'd still recommend playing them, however.
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Phenomenal game from Finnish developers Remedy. I've now completed this game over 10 times across both the PC and Xbox 360 versions of the game and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great single player experience.
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Introduction
Alan Wake could be the perfect example of a psychological thriller where the main protagonist meets the arts of writing and gets traped in a story (much more like a nightmare). Everything works with this game from point A to point B. It gets you hooked from the start into the story, creating questions that you need to seek the answer by embarking onto this incredible realised narative.

The Story
''Alan Wake'' as the title says, suggests the center of the game, which is also the protagonist and by ''center'', yes he is the key to all of it. I haven't found any plot-holes at all and the story seemd so satisfying to go through, which made me curious about every detail of it, indeed it could work aswell as a TV show, a great one to be honest, and I'm really happy that Remedy had the great idea to encapsulate it all as a TV show, every chapter as an episode and at the very begin of every the chapter, a rewind from the previous chapter. There are a variety of characters which are also very well written and you can easliy get attached to any of it. The main villain is none but the darkness following your every step you do in the beautiful realised mountain landscape with huge forests that makes you feel very lost. The game is linear but it doesn't feel like that at all, it didn't bugged me off and I think it won't do it to you.

The Gameplay
It's incredible simple and all you have to do is to weakean the darkness by pointing a flashlight towards it and then shoot ! Sounds fun right ? It sure did for me at first, but it can get repetitive overtime if you play on the easiest difficult. The game is not a difficult one, but you have to preserve some of batteries and bullets if you want to survive, so my tip is to not waste them and collect everything that game offers you, in fact the gameplay is all about surviving.

How it feels ?
The experience isn't as horror if you are into horror games, although it is scarry for a new comer to this genre and it really feels like you are always followed, combined with the uncertainity it gets you to feel like you are trapped.
It looks pretty good, the setting looks amazing, and it's really well optimized, this showing that developers cared about almost everything that ''Alan Wake'' meant.

Overall
I cannot but to reccomend to you this game as it has a brilliant story, great protagonist, great atmosphere and all feels really polished and well done. I loved this game at it's time and even right now it's an incredible game. Playing this pays off, at the end it feels like a rewarding experince and I really needed to tell you this. I enjoyed every minute of it's atmosphere and I hope you will too, it deserves the money and for sure it deserves a good review if you got to try it.
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Hotfirex
18.4 Std.
Verfasst: 6. Dezember
love the atmosphere that the game has, the resource management adds even more the game unlike many others.
the combat system is nice, simple and effective once you get the nounces, if not the game will punish you for not learning which I love.

A must buy for survival horror fans.
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Doofy
12.1 Std.
Verfasst: 4. Dezember
great game
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Y0URS BL00D 0N ME
26.7 Std.
Verfasst: 4. Dezember
My name is Alan Wake and I'll give you an injection of strong night spirit.
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ettglasjuice
19.1 Std.
Verfasst: 4. Dezember
I struggled with Alan Wake to begin with. I found the combat to be rather clumsy and frustrating and stopped playing about five hours in, even though I thouroughly enjoyed the story and atmosphere. When I later returned I decided to play this on a lower difficulty level, to just enjoy the Twin Peaks esque atmosphere and fantasticly creepy story. And in the end I absolutely love this game. The combat aside there is just so much to enjoy just in terms of the setting, mood and twisted horror tale that is Alan Wake. It reaches its absolute peak in the first two DLC packs, The Writer and The Signal who are taking creative liberties on both gameplay and story in ways that are truly mind blowing.

4/5
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E.android
17.0 Std.
Verfasst: 4. Dezember
For fans of Twin Peaks, Stephen King, and the horror/thriller genre in general, Alan Wake is a worthwhile experience. The atmosphere is effective in conveying dread, despair and confusion while the story and gameplay progress at a nice pace. The biggest complaint I have with the game is the terrible facial animations and lip synching which severely break the immersion.
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Hakeronimo
2.6 Std.
Verfasst: 4. Dezember
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Ben "two fiddy" Franklin
1.1 Std.
Verfasst: 3. Dezember
I can't imagine what sort of nervous wreck would find this game scary. Nor can I imagine anyone thinking the story is anything but horribly predictable and boring. Perhaps that just means I have poor imagination, I don't know.

In either case, I recommend this game to people with insomnia or people who haven't seen a movie since 1914.
Everyone else should stay away.
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Rody
11.3 Std.
Verfasst: 3. Dezember
Quite a story, but combat sometimes seems like the game forgot that there is something like combat. That's all, try for yourself.
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Stativ
14.5 Std.
Verfasst: 3. Dezember
I must give this game a negative review seeing that there's almost no one else who whould do that.

First of all, Alan Wake is not a bad game. In fact it has quite good atmosphere even though it can't compare the some other "atmospheric" games (hello SOMA).

However, there's one thing that makes the game bad in my view. It's terribly repetitive. Yes, most games that are longer than few hours get repetitive, but this game FEELS repetitive. You are fighting the same enemies again and again, which wouldn't really matter if it was fun, but it's increadibly boring and lengthy processes. The environment feelt quite dull, too. There are actually quite a few diverse environments, but somehow after finishing the game I feel like I spent most of the time walking in the forrest.
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Rhaziel
1.6 Std.
Verfasst: 2. Dezember
Great game.Could of been much more.
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