Game Quote of the Month: Alan Wake

It’s that time folks. Yes, that’s right, our Game Quote of the Month. And it goes something like this for August:

“Stephen King once wrote that nightmares exist outside of logic, and there’s little fun to be had in explanations. They’re antithetical to the poetry of fear. In a horror story, the victim keeps asking “Why” but there can be no explanation and there shouldn’t be one. The unanswered mystery is what stays with us the longest and it’s what we will remember in the end. My name is Alan Wake. I’m a writer.”

What’s it from? Alan Wake

Year: 2010

Platform: Xbox 360, PC

Gaming context: It’s the first thing you hear upon starting the campaign in Alan Wake.

The game is by far one of my favourite games, not only because it takes place in my home state of Washington but because of its fantastic story that keeps drawing you in until its sudden twist ending…

Although a direct sequel never came to be, Alan Wake: American Horror Story kept fans (mostly) happy. Still, can we have that sequel guys? Please.

You can hear the quote below:

5 thoughts on “Game Quote of the Month: Alan Wake

  1. Alan Wake was AWESOME. I’m still a little disappointed it hasn’t arrived in the PS Store for PS4 owners because I’d love to dive back into it.

      1. I think I remember hearing something concerning licensing is why it can’t come to PS4. I might be thinking of something else, but such a clever game and experience

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