LOL, I think you'll be waiting even longer then. It won't have been moved to Northlight. That's way too much work.
Remedy Entertainment, developer of record-breaking Control, nominated for 11 BAFTA® Games Awards and recipient of over 20 “Game of the Year” awards, has signed with Epic Games to publish Remedy’s next two unannounced video games. The games are part of Epic Games’ new, developer-first publishing effort, giving full creative freedom and IP ownership to its development partners.
The first project is Remedy’s most ambitious one yet, an AAA multi-platform game already in pre-production. The second is a new, smaller-scale project set in the same franchise. Both games are being developed on Remedy’s proprietary, state-of-the-art Northlight game engine and tools.
Then talk to Rockstar/T2. They bought the Max Payne IP from Remedy.They remastered the wrong game. Alan Wake has nothing on Max Payne
That, for me, sounds like a total remake or a port more than a remaster, they're literally porting the game to another platform and changing stuff... I'd be in for the new models, I HATE HATE HAAAAATE the horrible puppet faces with dead eyes and single axis moving mouths from the original, even tho I loved te game in general... They fix the facial animations and I'm in... on Xbox probably, since I'm not installing EGS (tho I get this one is legit, they are funding the sequel)Remaster using a different engine. They're not going to change nothing besides visual.
Protip: Dont binge this game, pause between each episode. The story paceing in each episode is porpously made that way and the cliffhangers at the end just gonna loose so much impact if you play the next episode right away. A buddy and me played this game every friday and we speculated and anticipated the whole week about every cliffhanger. Also every start of an episode you get a recap which intensifies that ol school tv show feeling.
Quantum Break is worth checking out, I think it was unfairly maligned because of the TV episodes attached to it... yet Alan Wake had a mini series and was set up like a TV show, go figure.I never played Quantum Break. But Alan Wake is actually in Control (well, technically the DLC, but that's part of the ultimate edition).
I say nay. Alan Wake was modern enough it could easily be "remastered" (aka ported to modern systems and have the resolution turned up.) Max Payne is a firmly planted product of its time and cannot be translated to the modern gaming landscape. Attempting to do so would lose all the amazing atmosphere and feeling it had.Now we need Max Payne
Sure ! But it's not like the original games disapears....i would love to see a Max Payne remakeI say nay. Alan Wake was modern enough it could easily be "remastered" (aka ported to modern systems and have the resolution turned up.) Max Payne is a firmly planted product of its time and cannot be translated to the modern gaming landscape. Attempting to do so would lose all the amazing atmosphere and feeling it had.
What else would it be aside from a visual upgrade? That's kinda the point....Anything new with it, besides visual upgrade?
Fun game, will definitely get it again due to my 360 being an absolute mess. I gotta hit the top of it to get the disc tray to come out. The process is embarrassing. Dogs barking and shit, thinking someone is trying to break into the house. lol.
The characters and setting are quite good. The story is also quite interesting. The gameplay/ combat gets quite repetitive though.I never played the original and my flatmate is always telling to me try it, quite glad I waited now, can't wait to try it.
Lets celebrate with this: