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RSS FeedsControl Reveals The Fate Of Alan Wake
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10 september 2019 01:46:47

 
Control Reveals The Fate Of Alan Wake
(GameSpot PSP News)
 




Remedy Entertainment`s Control is probably the weirdest of the studio`s games so far, imagining a universe in which alternate dimensions intrude on our own, paranormal objects are the norm, and a building with shifting paths and rooms filled with duplicating clocks are workplace annoyances. It also does some work to link all past Remedy games together in one form or another, but none so much as Remedy`s well-loved but sadly languishing supernatural horror story, Alan Wake.As it turns out, Control is filled with Alan Wake callbacks, but they go beyond just giving Remedy fans some Easter eggs: They give clues as to what has happened in that story since the release of the original game. They also recontextualize a lot of the events in Alan Wake, to the point that we might even be getting clues of how Remedy could move it forward in the future--maybe even as a part of Control.Here`s a rundown of every bit of Alan Wake-related info that`s hidden in Control and what it might mean for the future of Remedy`s games. Warning! We`re going deep on Control and Alan Wake spoilers beyond, so read on at your own risk! Alan Wake`s Story Was An Altered World EventThe Federal Bureau of Control specializes in investigating, containing, and covering up the existence of Altered World Events, or AWEs. These are basically moments when other dimensions creep into our own, with varying supernatural results. The document `Bright Falls AWE` found in Control show that the Bureau responded to the events of Alan Wake, but arrived after the events of the game. During Alan Wake, Sheriff Sarah Breaker tells Wake`s literary agent, Barry Wheeler, to make some calls and give the code phrase `Night Springs.` Apparently, that was Sarah`s way of notifying people close to the Bureau of what was happening--specifically her father, Frank, who Control reveals to be a retired FBC agent.According to the FBC, Cauldron Lake, where the Dark Place resides in Alan Wake and the place from which Alan`s power t ...
 
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