Games review: Alan Wake: The Signal
Friday 06 August 2010
£4.80 (560 MS Points)
Format Xbox 360
Afree download for owners of Alan Wake, this first expansion begins immediately after the main game’s conclusion. It offers nothing new in terms of gameplay mechanics, but the Wake formula still proves captivating, as Wake’s subconscious contrives to drive him insane. The action ratchets up a notch too, delivering non-stop encounters; the only downside is, at a running time of two to three hours, its relative brevity
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