Alan Wake is an action game in the psychological thriller genre and appears in a structure that also inspires many games.
Alan is the author of many successful works. After the fame of his novels increased, he had to take a break for a while because his stories disturbed him in his dreams.
Upon this, Alan and his wife Alice leave the city life and settle in a quiet town. With the mysterious disappearance of his wife, Alan Wake’s fearful adventure begins.
While trying to figure out what happened to Alice, Alan has to struggle with the townspeople conquered by the dark, on the other hand. The most effective defense against captured enemies is light. And the flashlight we use becomes our greatest friend and savior when it gets dark.
We can also access documents that we obtain information about batteries, ammunition, and townspeople that can be collected around.
The game structure, which is divided into sections and progresses like a series, succeeds in connecting the player to the screen as the story progresses.
Environmental designs, light, and shadow effects are very successful. Factors such as fog, which suddenly suppresses the environmental details, are beautifully transferred to the game. Elements such as impressive light transition responses and the lengthening and shortening of the shadows are also well-designed.
Will Alan be able to survive his nightmares? What happened to Alice? Most importantly, what is the main source of nightmares?
Alan Wake is a must-try game for those who love adventure and psychological horror.