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Remedy gaining staff to work on a new big project
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Remedy gaining staff to work on a new big project

There is little doubt that it would be Alan Wake 2. Remedy is working with a truly Finnish slowness - with the release of Alan Wake`s been plenty of time, and the continuation of any hearing, nor spirit. At the same time, the company continues to recruit people to work on a `project of AAA console`, which created the `proper

Remedy is working with a truly Finnish slowness - with the release of Alan Wake`s been plenty of time, and the continuation of any hearing, nor spirit. At the same time, the company continues to recruit people to work on a `project of AAA console`, which is created to `own engine Remedy?. The company in May, has promised that will not leave Alan Wake, so the development of a sequel no doubt. Earlier there were rumors about a certain project, Bright Falls - so called creepy TV shows from the original game. It was assumed that the game will be downloadable titles for consoles or even Kinect-exclusive. In addition, Microsoft not to renew cooperation with Remedy, and this means that a new Alan Wake could be a multi-platform and get on a PC

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