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Alan Wake Collector’s Edition Revealed

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Alan Wake, the Xbox 360 exclusive Psychological thriller from Max Payne progenitors Remedy will finally &%$#&$ get released – 5 years after being announced – on May 21st this year.

By all accounts, it’s looking like an incredible game – and if you’re keen on the game you may be interested to know that UK retailer GAME have outed the game’s collector’s edition – and it’s looking swanky.

Here’s what you’ll get should you opt for the CE :

Hardbound in quality linen, the Alan Wake Limited Collector’s Edition is designed to resemble a hardcover book and will include:

  • Game Disc in box with unique art
  • Exclusive In-Game Audio Commentary and hints by Remedy.
  • “The Alan Wake Files” a 144 page book that includes a short story written by Alan Wake and compiles the FBI dossiers investigating the events in Bright Falls.

Exclusive Xbox 360 bonus disc with special content:

  • Exclusive Xbox Theme and Avatar
  • A token for the first downloadable content available for Alan Wake through Xbox LIVE
  • Video Documentaries/Behind The Scenes
  • The Theme of Alan Wake
  • The World of Bright Falls
  • The People of Bight Falls
  • Alan’s Missions
  • Exclusive Audio Disc with Soundtrack and Score

That’s pretty damned sexy – but I doubt it’ll manage to surpass the hidden awesomeness found in 2K’s BioShock 2 CE. Also as a caveat remember that this is a Microsoft published title, which means that as residents of a non-live supported country, we’re going to be shafted again – and anything pertaining to DLC will be missing from the box.

Source : GAME

{Thanks to Opium for the tip]

Last Updated: February 26, 2010


  1. Someone

    February 26, 2010 at 15:24

    Right… DLC stuffs huh.
    SA aint getting this DLC I take it.


    • Geoff

      February 26, 2010 at 15:36

      Not in the box, no. Any DLC vouchers will be excluded.


  2. WitWolfyZA

    March 1, 2010 at 09:56

    FAIL! Thats why im slowly but surely moving over to PSN. No download restrictions there. But ill still buy this though. Had my eye on it since i was like 21


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