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#1 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

Sounds really good... Can't wait. Still need to finish ACII though.

#2 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -
@Jeust said:
" @Zereta said:
" @Jeust said:
" @MasterKickface: It's a good theory. :) 1) What happens to Alice will be tied to the next developments in the DLC and sequel, although she seems to be safe from the dark presence.  2) After the manuscript is over, and the dark presence defeated, he should disappear by the law of balance expressed at the end. "
1) Alice is very capable. She's gonna go hunting for Alan. In the sequel, or the continuation, its either Alice or Clay Steward (Think carefully) who will be in the spotlight. Clay Steward makes the most sense but Alice would add more interesting gameplay dynamics. Either way, I am very sure where Alan Wake goes from here will involve these 2 really strongly.  2) Nope, Alan righted the wrong now. He saved Alice by sacrificing himself because he can write himself out. That's where Alice and Clay Steward, along with Sarah, Barry and potentially the Sarah's little Secret Society that was not developed, come in. Alan can bring himself out, he knows he can, that's why he trapped himself in there. He shares a connection with Clay Steward through the dreams and Alice, Sarah and Barry know the nature of the darkness. He can write and lead them to fix everything.  In short, Alan Wake is now the new Tom Zane. The replacements for Alan are the four of those dudes I mentioned above. Nightingale is the new face of Darkness and the Darkness is growing.  Its not a Lake... Its an Ocean? That line from the end. Its a way of saying things have expended.   The dreams Clay and Alan shared showed Bright Falls being consumed and eventually, the world itself. Together, they have to fix this. "
That's another good theory, although it's not certain. Clay Steward's role in all this is uncertain, true that he appears at the beginning of the game, but we don't know where he ties with the guys. Let's wait and see. Alice being the spotlight is a great idea, still it is speculation for a game that will take at least 2-3 years to come out.  "
I am the only one half expecting an Alan Wake 2 teaser at E3 this year (as in even before the game is actually in development). The turnaround on Max Payne 2 was insanely quick.
#3 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -
@Jeust said:
" @MasterKickface: It's a good theory. :) 1) What happens to Alice will be tied to the next developments in the DLC and sequel, although she seems to be safe from the dark presence.  2) After the manuscript is over, and the dark presence defeated, he should disappear by the law of balance expressed at the end. "
1) Alice is very capable. She's gonna go hunting for Alan. In the sequel, or the continuation, its either Alice or Clay Steward (Think carefully) who will be in the spotlight. Clay Steward makes the most sense but Alice would add more interesting gameplay dynamics. Either way, I am very sure where Alan Wake goes from here will involve these 2 really strongly. 
 
2) Nope, Alan righted the wrong now. He saved Alice by sacrificing himself because he can write himself out. That's where Alice and Clay Steward, along with Sarah, Barry and potentially the Sarah's little Secret Society that was not developed, come in. Alan can bring himself out, he knows he can, that's why he trapped himself in there. He shares a connection with Clay Steward through the dreams and Alice, Sarah and Barry know the nature of the darkness. He can write and lead them to fix everything. 
 
In short, Alan Wake is now the new Tom Zane. The replacements for Alan are the four of those dudes I mentioned above. Nightingale is the new face of Darkness and the Darkness is growing. 
 
Its not a Lake... Its an Ocean? That line from the end. Its a way of saying things have expended.  
 
The dreams Clay and Alan shared showed Bright Falls being consumed and eventually, the world itself. Together, they have to fix this.
#4 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

At the midpoint of Episode 3, you come to a realization that the game has something up. When you reach Episode 4, though? 
 
It becomes your GOTY.

#5 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

Sounds like a Horde/Firefight Mode thing to me... 
 
As long as it involves me on a concert stage with epic rock music and fireworks blasting around me, I'm in.

#6 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -
@DonutFever said:
" Isn't the Helghan capital the place you were in at the end? Because that place was already nuked... "
Once more... for effect :) 
 
If Killzone 3 does come out this year, its gonna be interesting to see how it pits against Halo: Reach. its the old "Halo killer battle" again from back in the day. Sales wise and Critically, I'll be watching these 2 games.
#7 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

System of a Down 
System of a Down 
System of a Down 
Red Hot Chili Peppers 
Red Hot Chili Peppers 
Red Hot Chili Peppers.

#8 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

Awesome! Though games are a bit weighted towards the Spartans.

#9 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

A troll on the Bungie forums asked everyone to make a rap about Bungie and this whole code fiasco and said the best one will get a code. He was OBVIOUSLY lying. But I liked the idea, thought it was fun and decided to make one myself. Here's what I got. 
 

 I say you know me, Bungie
I'm like your biggest fan.
But this code shit, it ain't happening
It kinda blows, man.

Sitting at ma desktop, watching them peeps tweet.
Evertime I lose a code,
I wanna kick their asses with ma feet.

Open up the Beta now
What do you have to lose?
I'll call some friends right over now
We'll play and have some booze

I've got the TV to myself
Family's at the beach
I hear Lehto in ma head
Going Reach, Reach, Reach    

So, what do you guys think? :D This is what wanting a early beta key does to you.
#10 Posted by Zereta (1370 posts) -

COLOR? ON THE UNREAL ENGINE? WAT!