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Sean Costello Feb 13, 2010, 11:36pm EST Report Abuse
http://www.joystiq.com/2010/02/12/report-microsoft-says-alan-w...c-release/


"some games are more suited for the intimacy of the PC, and others are best played from the couch in front of a larger TV screen. We ultimately realized that the most compelling way to experience Alan Wake was on the Xbox 360 platform, so we focused on making it an Xbox 360 exclusive."



>:o >:o >:o



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TamTheBam Feb 14, 2010, 04:25am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Alan Wake, more like Sellout Wake

I quoted that in another post I done the other night. Anyway, to say something like
that - requires the IQ of a muppet!

....I'm back, but only as a part-timer... :)
Jon Bailey Feb 14, 2010, 06:16am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Alan Wake, more like Sellout Wake
Strange that microsoft would say something like that..... you know... with the 360 being their console an all....


"The world is a temple to the self, and these days, there's alot of believers"
Dave Feb 14, 2010, 10:39am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Alan Wake, more like Sellout Wake
Fantastic. Another promising game bites the dust in my mind.

~Vel Feb 14, 2010, 11:45pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Alan Wake, more like Sellout Wake
That's a shame. I'm more of a 360 gamer myself, but I just remember seeing this screenshot and thinking that it would look much better on PC. The 360 is good when it comes to graphics, but I feel that it won't do it justice. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

http://deuspayne.com/screenshots/alan%20wake/Alan_Wake_2006_004.jpg

Beavis Khan Feb 15, 2010, 09:34am EST Report Abuse
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So f**king lame. I know it may come as a surprise to Microsoft and everyone here at HWA, but it is now possible to display output from your Windows-based personal computer on a large television-style monitor (!!!111!!1!!). I'd have a lot more respect for these jackasses if they just came right out and said "Hey, the Xbox division just isn't putting up the financial numbers that Overlord Ballmer demands, so we're not going to do this on the PC". Or, probably more accurately, "We know the PC version will make the Xbox version look like ass, so we're just going to make up some bullshit to avoid that particular scenario".

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PIRATE Feb 15, 2010, 10:55am EST Report Abuse
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Well, see, a long time ago I had foreseen this and you all never listened.



PC gaming is dyeing and I am going down with it because I H8ers the consoles, same way I h8ers Sean. :X

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Meats_Of_Evil Feb 15, 2010, 05:00pm EST Report Abuse
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I'll join you Brother! I'll stand by you 'till the end!

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Michael C Feb 15, 2010, 05:06pm EST Report Abuse
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Too bad it's not out for the PS3 either! lol. It will probably be as**tty game regardless. At least PC gamers can enjoy ME2 and BS2 for now! I'm waiting on God of War 3 personally :)



 

    
 
 

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