A Dark Presence stalks the small town of Bright Falls, pushing Alan Wake to the brink of sanity in his fight to unravel the mystery and save his love.
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Data di rilascio: 16 feb 2012

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

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Informazioni sul gioco

Quando la moglie dell'autore di Best-Sellers Alan Wake scompare durante una loro vacanza, la sua ricerca rivela le pagine di un thriller che Alan non ricorda di aver mai scritto. Una presenza oscura attanaglia il piccolo paese di Bright Falls, spingendo Wake sull'orlo della follia mentre combatte per svelare il mistero che lo circonda, così da salvare l'amore della sua vita.

Presentato nello stile di una serie Televisiva, Alan Wake è un perfetto esempio di narrazione accattivante e sequenze di azione al cardiopalma, tipiche della Remedy Games. Mentre i giocatori si immergono sempre più a fondo nel mistero, si troveranno ad affrontare situazioni insormontabili, colpi di scena, e momenti di grande suspance. Solo padroneggiando al meglio la meccanica di Combattimento tramite l'uso della Luce i giocatori riusciranno a rimanere un passo avanti rispetto all'Oscurità opprimente che si sta impadronendo di Bright Falls.

Con il Corpo di un Gioco d'azione e la Mente di un Thriller Psicologico, Alan Wake sorprenderà i giocatori con un eccellente esperienza di gioco, grazie alla sua intensa atmosfera, una storia profonda e complessa, e sequenze di combattimento piene di tensione.

Migliorato per il PC:

  • Include gli Episodi Speciali di Alan Wake, "Il Segnale" e "Lo Scrittore".
  • Esplora il Nord-Ovest Pacifico in Alta Risoluzione e Migliori Prestazioni rispetto alla versione per Xbox360.
  • Supporto per Mouse e Tastiera completamente configurabile, o - se preferisci giocare con un Gamepad Microsoft connesso al tuo PC - puoi usare anche quello!
  • Moltissime opzioni video e Supporto per i rapporti d'aspetto 4:3, 16:9 e 16:10!
  • Motore grafico Multi-Thread che sfrutta a pieno i processori Quad-core.
  • Opzioni aggiuntive richieste dai nostri fan, come la possibilità di modificare il Campo Visivo o nascondere l'HUD.
  • Funziona con la modalità per tre monitor di AMD Eyefinity 3D.

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2
    • Processor: Dual Core 2GHz Intel or 2.8GHz AMD
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible with 512MB RAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB HD space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad Core 2.66GHz Intel or 3.2GHz AMD
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible or later with 1GB RAM
    • DirectX®: 10
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB HD space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible
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whyeo1810
( 8.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 26 maggio
very unique idea for an action game with an engaging storyline.
[A]saka
( 4.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 maggio
This game so great
Captain Freedom
( 10.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 maggio
It's a good game, no doubt, but it suffers from the same problem as a lot of other 3rd person shooter/horror games such as "The Evil Within". It very quickly becomes not "scary" and much more focused on shooting arenas. That being said, it's not a bad game since the combat is OK, the story is interesting and the characters are too.

All in all it's a solid game and if you can get it on a sale it's definitely worth it.
brainfuzz666
( 13.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 maggio
thought the game play was great, but really loved the story
咦希溪息兮
( 4.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 maggio
It's so boring and difficult.As a drama to the game, the game process of the block is too big.It makes me I can't stand.
Ancient^
( 9.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
Alan Wake was a breath of fresh air. It has a very pulling story, you'll be hooked within the first 30 minutes of playing. The story overall is quite complex and you really want to be paying close attention to every detail during your playthrough. The gameplay flows pretty well; no weird buggy mechanics like you see from a lot of console to PC ports... This one was done VERY well.

If you're looking for a game that will keep you at the edge of your seat thirsting for more and more, Alan Wakes plot will certainly deliver that and more. If you're on the fence about buying this game, I assure you that your money will be well spent. This is one story that you can't pass up... Buy it and enjoy!
BangsLiekWhoa
( 21.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
This is a great game that feels a lot like Max Payne to me in how the story is told and the amazing atmosphere. They really put a lot of work into making the game feel right and giving you a sense of what emotions the protagonist is going through. The use of lighting is quite good which is important in a game where it plays such an important role.
Your flashlight is your main defense against the darkness, and sometimes you will end up just using it and running to the next safe spot instead of fighting anything. The game is more about surviving the stuff thrown at you than it is about killing everything in your path; which is a nice departure from most games. It means that sometimes the best plan really is do dodge attacks and get to safety rather than fight.
The story definitely keeps you guessing the whole time and confused for a lot of it. It does all become more clear later in the game and seems to me to be more of the focus of the game above combat and such which is always good in my book.
TheHeshersky#YMV2.0
( 12.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
This game is awesome.
Restartino
( 4.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
Nice game
francesco.litro
( 7.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
It's like a film with Nicolas Cage , without Nicolas Cage

10/10
Super Pope
( 80.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 maggio
Couldn't recommend this game enough. Yes the game play is kind of flaccid, with limited weaponry and linear pathing but this game never claimed to be the "FPS of the Year!". This is an engaging and immersive game that's all about telling a story and getting your self involved with the characters story's, both in and outside of the game. If you're into books and horror stuff then this is for you. For those who are thinking this is going to be DOOM or CoD, look elsewhere. The reviews are here, all you have to do is read them.

In the end this a cult kind of game where it's really hit or miss with the audience. You are going to either fall deeply in love with game, charecters, setting, and story. Or you're going to be appart of the lowbrow group who's just going to complain the gun play and pathing is boring.

Come on Alan Wake II
kekbal
( 14.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Looks good and has great atmosphere, but the real horror hides in the gameplay. I had to force myself to finish this game and got nauseous several times because of the blur and FOV.
Difegue
( 16.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
Deadly Premonition is better.

The most redeeming features of this game are the DLC episodes and Space Oddity as the credits song.
mpmajastock
( 18.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
This game is well made, with very unique setup and plot, is story-based, but gameplay is quite important. And strong genre inspirations are well used too.
zee
( 1.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 16 maggio
*screams like a pterodactyl*
Prasfear
( 11.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 maggio
Good stuff!
Petra
( 14.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 maggio
What is Alan Wake? Summed up: Luigi's Mansion meets Twin Peaks meets Deadly Premonition and with a small serving of early '90s slasher/action flick on the side.

For some of the flaws and missteps it takes, Alan Wake is an enjoyable experience, especially for those with a penchant for creative writing. The titular character, Alan, acts as an avatar of sorts for writers and players and for those inclined, both. He takes a vacation in the sleepy town of Bright Falls, located somewhere in the state of Washington. It is here he finds out - rather harshly - that there are dark forces at work, and with it, unveiling a mystery that engulfs the town.

Don't be fooled, however; this is not a traditional horror game. It has more in common with action-adventure games such as Uncharted and Alone in the Dark 2 than it does with more cerebral games like Silent Hill and Sanitarium. The game plays with a behind the shoulder perspective and your crosshair, so to speak, is provided by a flashlight. Even so, the game controls rather well and Alan's movements and responsive and crisp. There are a few parts where the rather solid movement can make jumping from one platform to the next a little cumbersome, but those are a minor gripe. As for the graphics, they do the job. Often times, you can notice artifacts or little quirks, such as questionable facial animations, but if Fallout 4 can get a free pass for that, so can Alan Wake.

The game's biggest flaw (outside of icy driving controls) is the fact that you cannot explore the town of Bright Falls, as the game is incredibly linear in its direction. You cannot hang out at a local joint like you can in Deadly Premonition or talk to random strangers and get a feel for the town. The reason why I note this is that the characters and dialogue, and by extension writing, are all quite wonderful. All the characters are vibrants with their quirks and personalities. A no-nonsense sheriff, a trigger-happy agent, a disturbingly unfettered doctor, they all stand out vividly. The gameplay itself is nothing to write home about, but it keeps you on your toes and some might find it repetitive at times. But the scenery and massive levels are more than enough to keep you engaged.

[On that note, getting the game with the DLC is highly recommended. You get two full-length episodes (~2 hours of gameplay) that continue the story straight from the ending. They are quite fantastic and switch up the formula nicely.]

Oh, and the soundtrack? ♥♥♥♥ing incredible.

Conclusion: Get the game when it's on sale, you won't regret it.

8/10.
Pabluzcu
( 4.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 14 maggio
Ive been almost 5 hours doing the same thing again and again:

Cinematic cutscene... then walk around scenario, talk with NPC, simple and light-boring story...
Then find batteries, find ammo, keep walking, bunch of bad guys, point flashlight, fire gun, reload gun, reload flashlight, flashload gunlight ¿?'? kill kill, run.....follow some yellow arrows, find more guns and ammo and batteries... and then go back to Cinematic scene again, walk around scenario, talk with NPC, and so on all over again... repeat ad infinitum.

Boring gameplay, to advance a storyline that started ok and then went on and on to nowhere, with cinematic jumpscares from time to time and nothing else.

4/10, a waste of good graphics and game engine, this game could have been so much better than this

Go play Silent Hill, any of them, dont waste money on this one.
Lion's Pride
( 27.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 14 maggio
Best turn-based horror strategy i've ever played. Would awake again next year.
hanzenfranz
( 3.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 14 maggio
I might be in the minority when I say this but I really didn't like this game. First off I didn't really know what to expect when I purchased this title on sale only that it had nice atmospheric graphics and good reviews. I thought it was going to be a survival horror type game but I was sadly dissapointed. What kind of game is it? I have no clue. I think what the developers were trying to aim for was a "Indigo Prophecy"/"Heavy Rain" experience but falls short in terms of story and character development. You play as Alan Wake who's a reporter on vacation with his wife and she goes missing. He tries to hunt down her kidnapper while strange things occur in the small town.

Sounds like a promising start but there are a few problems. The main character narrates the events happening around him and how he feels as if he was reading from one of his novels. The way the story is told feels artificial and poorly written as if you were reading a short story from a kid in high school. Constantly having to hear what he's thinking plus reading the "manuscript" pages he finds which explains things we've already seen gets really annoying. It also sounds like a cliche plot which ends up having you think the whole thing he's going through is fabricated in his crazy mind.

The characters don't have well...any character. They're so hollow. Your wife goes missing, so what? I only knew her in the game for like 10 mins. The main guy Alan Wake has the dumbest robotic look on his face and his voice sounds whiny. The other NPCs have about 2 or 3 lines and when the town goes crazy with paranormal events you don't really care about what happens to them.

Gameplay is just as bad. You walk around, talk to people then nightmare world. In nightmare world shadow figures chase you. You shine a flashlight in their face then shoot them when their defenses are down. Rinse and repeat. The combat (if you can call it that) is robotic as Alan Wake's face and not very exciting after the second encounter. Don't get me started on Alan Wake's cardio. I think the writers forgot to explain in the game how he smokes 10 packs a day as he can't run for more then 3 seconds before getting gassed.

With the amount of detail and graphics they have in the game engine it could've been a really nice title had they aimed for better gameplay as in Silent Hill. Made it scary and really mess with your senses putting you in constant fear of what's in the dark forest. Or made a story rich games with likeable or even relatable characters like Indigo Prophecy. But instead, this isn't an adventure game, not a survival horror, not scary, not exciting. I don't even know what I paid 5 bucks for.
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51.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 maggio
Personalmente, ho adorato (e rigiocato due volte) questo horror psicologico dalla trama cinematografica, che ricorda Hitchcock e Stephen King. Le ambientazioni sono tutte azzeccatissime e il pathos sempre elevato. Armatevi di pazienza, perchè Il livello di difficolta è piuttosto elevato: verrete uccisi ancora, ancora, e ancora, e ancora.
Se proprio si vuole trovare un difetto al gioco, direi la grafica non eccelsa, che lascia trasparire frequenti sgranature nei modelli poligonali. Dedicandosi anche alla ricerca di tutti i numerosi oggetti collezionabili, la longevità si attesta sulle 20-25 ore di divertimento garantito, a cui vanno aggiunti i due eccellenti contenuti extra "Il segnale" e "Lo scrittore" (a completamento della storia principale). Un titolo consigliatissimo.
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23.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 maggio
Step into the shoes of Alan Wake, a best-selling novelist who is going on vacation in hopes to relieve his writer's block. However, Alan has much more to think about other than his novel when his wife mysteriously vanishes, and pages of a manuscript that he doesn't remember writing suddenly begin to appear; ominously outlining events that are about to occur. Alan Wake is brought to us by the developer of Max Payne 1 and 2, Remedy Entertainment, and was initially released in 2010 for the Xbox 360 before finally making its way to PC in 2012.

Things start off normal enough, you're on a ferry with your wife Alice, headed to a remote destination in the forest for your vacation. Your writer's block has been killing your career, you need the escape. You're met by friendly locals who are excited that a big-shot such as yourself will be vacationing near their little town. You stop by a gas station on your way to the cabin that you and Alice have rented, but once you come out of the bathroom things begin to go haywire. However, it's when Alice goes missing at the cabin that things really heat up. She's scared of the dark, so badly that she becomes paralyzed with fear, and now everything is dark; save for what becomes illuminated by your flashlight, and your wife is nowhere to be found.

The storytelling in the game is absolutely fantastic, as Alan's inner monologue is spoken as though it is in book format. The game itself is set-up in a TV show format, where once you reach the next chapter you'll be greeted with a "Last Time on Alan Wake" sequence. The entire experience is like playing through a deranged horror show while listening to a coupling audio book. These unique factors only adds to the eeriness of the game, and they also add a different spin on the horror genre as a whole. For the time of release, the environments are lavishly detailed and come with a thick amount of ambiance such as fog, rain, and lightning. Most of your time will be spent in the dark, with only a flashlight to help guide you from one creepy destination to the next. While most of the baddies look the same, their potential of showing up always keeps you looking over your shoulder to make sure that you're not being chased by their near silent presence.

Equipped initially with only a flashlight and a pistol, you will later find yourself with more diverse guns to battle the onslaught of evil that awaits. Even though Alan Wake is fast-paced, the fact that you never know from which direction, and when, the devious shadow-people will make an appearance keeps tight tension in the air. Combat is simple, you must shine a concentrated flashlight beam on the shadow-people to dissolve their darkness barrier, and then fill them full of bullets. Paranormal entities are abound, and even inanimate objects become possessed and deadly. When you get overwhelmed, flares and flashbangs are your best friend when it comes to keeping these monstrosities at bay. Whatever you do, your ultimate goal is to stay in the light; that's the only place that you're safe in, but well-lit areas are few and far between.

To say that Alan Wake was, and still is, one of the best horror games of the last generation is an understatement. The game was initially a diamond in the rough when it was released on the Xbox 360, though it appears to have garnered the attention it deserves after being released on PC. Graphically, it doesn't even look that dated, it was very far advanced for its time when looking at other games of the same genre and time period, such as F.E.A.R. and Condemned: Criminal Origins. Alan Wake has a flair to it that no other horror title has yet to emulate, duplicate, or even attempt to replicate, it's one of the few games that have been left alone to be uniquely itself. Even six years later, this game stands as one of the horror games that must be played, but not for the price of $32.99 CAD; wait for a summer or holiday sale first.

Rating: 5.0/5.0 - An astonishing achievement, this game must be played.
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27.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 10 maggio
I fought a car tyre and a barrel which were posessed by darkness. I lost miserably.
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Pros:
- This game looks amazing even today. At least on the woods. The interiors are not perfect but the whole atmosphere is great.
- Smooth controls and great narrative.
- Of course if you love Stephen King, Twin Peaks, some cheezy horror movies probably influenced by Mr King like "In the Mouth of Madness" etc.. you'll like this.
- Is full of easter eggs from many different kind of media.
- The difficulty is decent at the beginning, sometimes it gets a bit easy but aside doing some same mechanics over and over they managed from the design to get you interested on achieving each zone.
- Spanish localization available (if you want to recommend this game to someone who likes that)
- Is has a greeeeeeeeeatt lenght and is fun to replay! ;)

Cons:
- Maybe in technical terms some pre-rendered cutscenes and of course the character animations looks decent but sometimes it shows they had too many takes to work on on a consistent level.
- That there's not a Remastered Edition (YET! ;) )
- Have to wait for Alan Wake 2 (now I understand the hype!) Maybe I have to get the DLC.

Thanks Shimi for the recommendation!! :D
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6.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 4 maggio
This has been my favorite game since I was twelve. When I saw the opportunity to get it on Steam I was so excited.

Warning: Do not play this game for gameplay.

This game has repetitive combat and a rather linear progression of gameplay and story.

But this game has remained my favorite game for two reasons:

1. The story is extremely well done, and the atmosphere and world building are amazing.

2. The combat system is rather novel. I, personally, haven't seen this type of combat in any other game. You must manage the use both types of weapons that you have in order to defeat each enemy. The flashlight to remove the "darkness" shield, and the gun to actually kill the guy. Each type of weapon has a different type of ammo to manage as well.

Every time I go back and play this game I get nostagic. It has remained my favorite game since it first came out.
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1.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 maggio
*screams like a pterodactyl*
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One of my favorite games of all time. It has the panache of a Stephen King's thriller novel and many references to popular culture (The Shining movie, Norse mythology, etc.) Also, the graphics are incredibly beautiful and Remedy (the team behind the excellent Max Payne series) did a really great job with Alan Wake. If you like mystery-driven games filled with a little psychological horror, you'll love it. 10/10
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Pubblicata: 22 maggio
This game is awesome.
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4.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
Nice game
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Awesome game, some performance issues in places but no other preblems. Great story if a little confusing, characters are great and the design is very beautiful easily 8/10 for me1
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What is Alan Wake? Summed up: Luigi's Mansion meets Twin Peaks meets Deadly Premonition and with a small serving of early '90s slasher/action flick on the side.

For some of the flaws and missteps it takes, Alan Wake is an enjoyable experience, especially for those with a penchant for creative writing. The titular character, Alan, acts as an avatar of sorts for writers and players and for those inclined, both. He takes a vacation in the sleepy town of Bright Falls, located somewhere in the state of Washington. It is here he finds out - rather harshly - that there are dark forces at work, and with it, unveiling a mystery that engulfs the town.

Don't be fooled, however; this is not a traditional horror game. It has more in common with action-adventure games such as Uncharted and Alone in the Dark 2 than it does with more cerebral games like Silent Hill and Sanitarium. The game plays with a behind the shoulder perspective and your crosshair, so to speak, is provided by a flashlight. Even so, the game controls rather well and Alan's movements and responsive and crisp. There are a few parts where the rather solid movement can make jumping from one platform to the next a little cumbersome, but those are a minor gripe. As for the graphics, they do the job. Often times, you can notice artifacts or little quirks, such as questionable facial animations, but if Fallout 4 can get a free pass for that, so can Alan Wake.

The game's biggest flaw (outside of icy driving controls) is the fact that you cannot explore the town of Bright Falls, as the game is incredibly linear in its direction. You cannot hang out at a local joint like you can in Deadly Premonition or talk to random strangers and get a feel for the town. The reason why I note this is that the characters and dialogue, and by extension writing, are all quite wonderful. All the characters are vibrants with their quirks and personalities. A no-nonsense sheriff, a trigger-happy agent, a disturbingly unfettered doctor, they all stand out vividly. The gameplay itself is nothing to write home about, but it keeps you on your toes and some might find it repetitive at times. But the scenery and massive levels are more than enough to keep you engaged.

[On that note, getting the game with the DLC is highly recommended. You get two full-length episodes (~2 hours of gameplay) that continue the story straight from the ending. They are quite fantastic and switch up the formula nicely.]

Oh, and the soundtrack? ♥♥♥♥ing incredible.

Conclusion: Get the game when it's on sale, you won't regret it.

8/10.
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13.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 maggio
thought the game play was great, but really loved the story
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Pubblicata: 25 maggio
It's a good game, no doubt, but it suffers from the same problem as a lot of other 3rd person shooter/horror games such as "The Evil Within". It very quickly becomes not "scary" and much more focused on shooting arenas. That being said, it's not a bad game since the combat is OK, the story is interesting and the characters are too.

All in all it's a solid game and if you can get it on a sale it's definitely worth it.
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Best turn-based horror strategy i've ever played. Would awake again next year.
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Pubblicata: 27 aprile
This is one of the best games of all time. Atmosphere, original gameplay, horror elements, story, one-liners, great characters, Barry Freaken Wheeler, stunning set pieces. I cant believe we got the abomonation that is Quantum Break instead of Alan Wake 2.
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10.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 marzo
Alan Wake è quel gioco horror, che ti farà dimenticare la vita sociale. Non è paragonabile ai capostipiti del genere come "Resident Evil" o "Silent Hill" ed è proprio questo quello che lo rende migliore di questi due titoli in un certo senso. E' costituito da "episodi" che saranno in qualche modo circondati fondamentalmente dalla stessa ansia che ci accompagna sin dai primi minuti di gioco. L'ansia che riesce a trasmetterci Alan Wake è qualcosa di allucinogeno..spettrale..quasi da incubo; immaginatevi le contee americane, quelle piene zeppe di alberi e campagna. A questo aggiungete una notte piena di spettri, demoni. No, zombie no. Anche questo è un elemento che va a favore di Alan Wake, non è scontato. Se non lo avete mai giocato prima questo è il momento per farlo.
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Pubblicata: 19 aprile
La trama è anche avvincente e ben strutturata ma ben presto il gameplay diventa troppo ripetitivo:
andare dal punto A al punto B illuminare i nemici con la torcia e sparargli, ripetere. Ci si annoia molto prima di completarlo
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Non farò nessuna menzione su personaggi o eventi specifici perchè questo gioco va goduto a fondo senza il minimo spoiler. Posso dire che la trama non è di quanto più originale ci sia, e attinge alcuni temi ed elementi a piene mani da romanzi o serie tv celebri, pur rimanendo godibilissima e non troppo prevedibile. Il gameplay è un tipico action terza persona, assolutamente lineare e con ben poca varietà di armi ed accessori, sebbene il vero appagamento derivi proprio dal riuscire a "sopravvivere" ai singoli nemici, o alle orde di nemici, usando pochi semplici mezzi. L'amosfera è il vero protagonista del gioco, ogni piccolo accadimento, ogni accompagnamento musicale, ogni linea di dialogo, ti forniscono quella spinta per andare avanti e vedere cosa c'è dietro il prossimo angolo, e fare un altro passo verso il nobile obiettivo finale del protagnosita. La suddivisione in episodi, ognuno che si conclude con un cliff-hanger ed una credit song ad effetto, contribuisce molto a rendere l'esperienza cinematografica ed intensa. Alan Wake è un personaggio estremamente diverso dagli stereotipi comuni nel mondo dei videogiochi, e scoprire gradualmente la sua personalità è un altro valore aggiunto. E' uno di quei titoli che non punta a stupire con le possibilità in termini di gameplay e libertà esplorativa, ma piuttosto punta al cuore del giocatore con l'atmosfera e l'intensità, raccontando una storia dark e drammatica che fa affezionare il giocatore al protagonista e ad i suoi comprimari, facendo proprie le loro vicende e desiderando accompagnarli fino in fondo nel viaggio. E' uno di quei titoli non troppo lunghi o impegnativi, fluido, compatto e ben curato in ogni aspetto, si nota che c'è stata una vera passione in ogni dettaglio. L'ho giocato più volte con massima soddisfazione. Lo consiglio vivamente a chi sa mettere narrazione, colonna sonora e atmosfera davanti ai difetti tecnici o di gameplay.
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Pubblicata: 15 aprile
Come abbia fatto a prendere questo gioco, proprio non lo capisco.
Bellissima grafica. Bellissime premesse. Bellissima struttura a episodi...
...per un gioco che in sostanza, cos'è? Un ciondolare per la città di giorno, con pochissima interazione tra i personaggi, e un fuggufuggi dai mostri perennemente reiterato e uguale a se stesso, nelle fasi notturne. Per carità, ci sono momenti molto belli (soprattutto l'arrivo in paese, per me, che ha davvero un'atmosfera alla Twin Peaks), ma alla fine l'impressione che se ne ha, è di trovarsi davanti a del gran fumo.
La stessa struttura episodica (che è stata seminale visto che credo abbia preceduto i giochi Telltale) è un abbellimento e poco altro: a parte la sigla di apertura e quella di chiusura, c'è o no è la stessa cosa. Le parti di azione sono ripetitive e alla lunga noiose, non molto aiutate da mostri sempre molto simili e con un appeal non esattamente al massimo. E' bello il sistema di combattimento con la torcia, ma anche lì, passata la prima ora di gioco, si ha l'idea di star sempre facendo la stessa cosa.
Pure sulla trama avrei un po' da ridire: molto pretenziosa, con un protagonista che non è il massimo del carisma e un personaggio femminile che è la solita damigella in pericolo.
Alan Wake è il vostro vicino di casa con la faccia triste e l'espressione da Roberto Saviano. Vi dice: "Ciao, sono Alan Wake e sono uno scrittore" e ti impezza con le sue pippe prima che voi possiate dire che preferireste ordinare i Lego di vostro figlio in ordine alfabetico, piuttosto che starlo a sentire.
"Ma sono profondo!", dice. "Ma chisseneincula", dite voi. E fate bene voi, fate.
Il mio giudizio finale è nettamente negativo, con una punta di irritazione per l'aria "finto profonda".
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Pubblicata: 17 aprile
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