This broke on Friday, but worth bringing up here, I think. Remember the wide-spread eye-rolling provoked by the ludicrous piece of marketing gibberish that the atmospheric horror game basically wouldn't work on the PC due to a lack of sofa-magic or something? Well, Remedy's Oskari Häkkinen tells VG247 that's more of a preference thing, and the real reason is that they're a small 50-person company and don't really have the staff to do both at once, at least well. They'll sit down with Microsoft afterwards. My take? Expect to see Alan Wake PC six months to a year after the 360 release. They'll want to maximise its console-exclusive potential then consider a port.
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