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Author: LowerStreetBlues
Posted: May 23, 2010 (08:22 PM)
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This review needs some proofreading: "afore-mentioned" and "right trigger right trigger" offhand. I also noticed some unnecessary commas and wordy constructions that give the writing a lulling rhythmic quality ("After Wake first finds himself in the darkness of the woods, he returns to it over the course of those first three episodes") -- something to be mindful of in the future.

I remember being excited for Alan Wake years ago and it had me leaning towards getting a 360... so I'm thankful it was continuously delayed until Microsoft's faulty hardware quelled all interest. After half a decade it certainly doesn't seem as -novel- as it once did either.

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