Even though a sequel to Alan Wake never worked out, Remedy says it's hoping to lay the groundwork for future installments of its current project, Control.
Control from Remedy Entertaiment is Steven's most anticipated game of 2019 due to the developer's renown storytelling, ability to instill dread, and new approach to game structure with a less linear game than previous titles.
Alan Wake is once again available to be purchased, beginning on Steam with other platforms to follow, and is discounted heavily to celebrate.
Remedy Entertainment's Control will feature an all-star cast filled with actors who've worked with the studio before on games like Quantum Break, Max Payne, and Alan Wake.
During a conversation about Remedy's newly announced title Control, a Remedy developer talked about one the studio's past projects, Alan Wake, and the potential of one day returning to it.
Twin Peaks inspired Alan Wake is still available for purchase on PC via the Humble Store.
Remedy Entertainment's 2010 action title Alan Wake is being removed from digital stores soon, so this weekend is your last chance to grab the game.
Remedy Entertainment, the revered developer of Max Payne, Alan Wake, and this year's Quantum Break, gave out a cryptic teaser yesterday for what it called the "Greatest Game Trailer Ever" that would release today, and now that
Today Remedy Entertainment, that recently shipped Quantum Break, published a message on its official site by way of Head of PR Tomas Puha, hinting to two games currently in development at the studio, neither of which is
To help celebrate the upcoming launch of Quantum Break on Xbox One and Windows 10, Microsoft is hosting a giveaway on Major Nelson's blog for a special Quantum Break bundle.
Quantum Break Interview: Remedy’s Head of PR Talks About the Game, the Show, the Ending and Much More
Quantum Break is speeding towards its massively anticipated release for Xbox One and Windows 10th on April 5th, and to learn more about the game, I talked with Remedy Entertainment Head of PR Thomas Puha at Microsoft's
Remedy Entertainment has been teasing the possibility of a return of the Alan Wake franchise in several occasions, and today a rather interesting trademark popped up in the European Union database for "Alan Wake's Return."
A few days ago we received news that Quantum Break has gone gold, and now those who have pre-ordered the game through Xbox Live can begin to download it. Coming in at 44.09 GB this is
Alan Wake 2: Sam Lake Talks on Why it Hasn’t Happened Yet; Teases “Much Better Ideas” for the Sequel
During a masterclass lecture held at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie in Paris, that DualShockers attended, Remedy Entertainment Creative Director Sam Lake talked about his plans for Alan Wake 2 and why it hasn't been
Remedy Games just released a Holiday greeting video, and it's a quite special one.
Creative Director Sam Lake revealed in Game Informer's 100 question Q&A session that Remedy Entertainment might eventually make Alan Wake 2.
Phil Spencer Looking at More Xbox One Features Like Forza Free Weekend; New Alan Wake Should Be by Remedy
The Forza Motorsport 5 free weekend for Xbox Live Gold members is in full swing, and apparently Microsoft is satisfied by the results, enough to think about more initiatives of the same sort in the future, as
1979: Revolution, a game about the Iranian Revolution has added two stellar voice-actors to its already notable cast. Both Max Payne's James McCaffrey and Alan Wake's Matthew Porretta will be joining the cast and will work alongside