The sequel, prequel, DLC, arcade to Alan Wake will hit the Xbox Live marketplace according to XBLAfans. The game is supposedly named, Alan Wake: Night Springs. Night Springs is the in-game TV show that is a parody of the Twilight Zone that served as a optional and secondary story in the original game. More juicy details after the break!Remedy, the developers of Alan Wake have stated that “this next Wake installment will not be Alan Wake 2. And neither will it be DLC.” So an arcade title makes perfect sense and XBLAfans have said they have screenshots, but have been denied by Microsoft to release them.
XBLAfans have also leaked the new XBLA game, Gotham City Imposters, and the game was officially announced afterwards, so XBLAfans may also be right about Alan Wake: Night Springs. Only time will tell and tell us what you think of an Alan Wake arcade game in the comments section!
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