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Same price at Game but I would rather buy from GS than Game what with them being renowned for selling used games as new.

Alan Wake is a psychological action thriller from Remedy, the legendary and renowned developers of highly successful action titles. In Alan Wake, exclusively for Windows and Xbox 360, gamers assume the role of Alan Wake, a best-selling suspense author who escapes to a small town to recover from the mysterious disappearance of his fiancée.

Set in the deceptively idyllic town of Bright Falls, Wash., Alan Wake immerses players in an intense and expansive cinematic world that enables players to roam freely in hyper-realistic, dynamic and interactive environments. Alan Wake is mission-based with a deeply engaging and suspenseful story line unveiling new twists and profound character revelations at every turn. Alan Wake Players will unravel the riveting plot through multilayered character interactions, unique problem-solving and intense combat against terrifying enemies. In this nightmarish world, Alan Wake must use a variety of weapons to survive, including his most powerful ally against the creatures of darkness ? light itself.

Alan Wake Features:

* Intense psychological thriller: Alan Wake delivers a deeply psychological and finely crafted plot that raises the bar for storytelling in video games. The riveting story of Alan Wake is propelled by a movie-like atmosphere, compelling situations, memorable characters and real-time pacing. Remedy has a record of creating and developing games with unique cinematic presentation and exceptionally high production values. The developer has harnessed next-generation gaming technology to tell a powerful story that immerses the gamer in the intense emotion and suspense of Alan Wake?s thrilling adventure.
* Massive, open world to explore: The free-roaming elements and massive open world allow gamers to investigate the mysteries of Bright Falls and encourage them to explore and pay close attention to detail.
* Light as a combat element: As the story progresses, nights grow longer and days grow shorter. This poses a severe problem for Alan Wake since his enemies seemingly gain strength from the shadows, and before long light itself becomes his greatest ally. Players must skillfully combine their use of light with more conventional weapons to stand a chance against these creatures of darkness.
* Realistic, interactive environment: Set in the town of Bright Falls, the hyper-detailed environments of the Pacific Northwest play an important role; even the change in daylight and weather will profoundly affect the characters and enemies in ?Alan Wake.? The game?s advanced rendering engine provides amazingly realistic environments that bring this world to detailed life ? from the lush forest of evergreen trees to the quaint small-town buildings and streets. The world of Alan Wake is alive and real.
* Episodic narrative: The mission-based structure of Alan Wake creates an episodic narrative similar to a deeply structured dramatic television series. As Alan Wake's episodes progress, gameplay will evolve to introduce new elements and characters, escalating the level of threat and action in the game.

Please Note: Due to the weight of Alan Wake Limited Collectors Edition, we cannot ship this overseas.

Those looking to immerse themselves in the mystery beyond the game can also pre-order the limited collector?s edition, packed with bonus discs of behind-the-scenes footage, exclusive in-game commentary and hints from Remedy, a game soundtrack, ?The Alan Wake Files? book, and more, all bound together in a hardcover bookshelf-worthy package.
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#1
heat added nice find
#2
Won't make any difference who you buy it from - Gamestation are owned by Game.
#3
both the same comapny, so same deal, cold
#4
souljacker
both the same comapny, so same deal, cold


Cold? Why? The Bioshock 2 deal was posted seperately.

The Game thread reached 951 degrees http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bioshock-2-xbox-360-7-99-game/716878

The Game/Gamestation thread reached 804 degrees http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bioshock-2-xbox-360-7-99-brand-new-/716911#comments
#5
sorry, just don't see the point of two seperate threads for what is the same product from the same comany

just my opinion, i'm sure it will still get hot :)
#6
I know they are the same company but Game are known to knock out used games as new whereas Gamestation are not.

SOme people post a deal at PC World and then someone else posts the same product at Currys for the same price, they are the same company too but the threads go on.

Someone had expired this deal just because it can be got from Game, little silly, same company, 2 retailers. It's all about choice surely.
[mod] 1 Like #7
simate
Someone had expired this deal just because it can be got from Game, little silly, same company, 2 retailers. It's all about choice surely.


Agreed - and unexpired
The expire function is ONLY to be used if a deal has expired ie sold out; drastic price change
Abuse of voting/expiring/spam can and will lead to this being removed from the member(s) responsible
And the mods do check
1 Like #8
someone might only have an account on gamestation. dont be a douche
1 Like #9
Hot!

And with regard to the company ownership... despite being owned by the same company I'd much rather shop with Gamestation.

Maybe there's less difference online... but based on store experiences, I never go GAME
#10
@andywedge
Thank you.

@ Havince
Exactly, I only have a GS account.

SCornelius7mufc
Ditto, the staff in my local Game are about 8 years old and couldn't give a flying something or other about customer service. GS on the other hand are the complete opposite, I much prefer GS.
#11
>> Maybe there's less difference online... but based on store experiences, I never go GAME

Err... hate to say it, but online - GameStation, GAME or Gameplay, there is NO difference. All stock is picked and dispatched from the same warehouse in Basingstoke, from the same stock supply, by the same people. Only difference is the logo on the invoice. Game XYZ for a GS order will be coming out of exactly the same pile of stuff that would serve a GAME order. If they happen to be store returns, they'll look like shizzle, regardless which site you bought through.
#12
Thanks for this but it's now listed as "Out of Stock".
#13
I can safely say that these are not store returns because they were very limited on release and the majority of stores sold out of them. More likely a clearance from the distributor.

Remember that if you do get anything that "looks like shizzle" then it can be returned to the respective retailer as long as the seal is not broken for a full refund, or returned with the postage paid label included with the order, again for full refund. True that all the stock is from same location though.
#14
I saw the collectors edition instore at a GAME, it definitely impressed me with its book style case. Doubt I'll pick one up though, the game itself doesn't really interest me.

SCornelius7mufc
Hot!

And with regard to the company ownership... despite being owned by the same company I'd much rather shop with Gamestation.

Maybe there's less difference online... but based on store experiences, I never go GAME

I can see where your coming from, but either way you line the same shareholders pockets.
#15
In my personal experience Gamestation are PANTS both online and instore, Game are ok in my books
#16
I'm happier to go with gamestation than with game, not because of the quality of the items but gamestation tend to deliver in a couple of days, whereas Game orders have taken more than a week.

I don't suppose anyone can tell me whether Alan Wake is a good game? I can't access any game review sites.
#17
still out of stock :(
#18
simate
I know they are the same company but Game are known to knock out used games as new whereas Gamestation are not.


Three of my recent orders from GS have been for new games yet they have sent out used games, scuffed boxes, the purple returns if broken seal over the box, the glue from the price label which has been scratched off e.t.c

They are CLEARLY not new. I emailed GS 2 weeks ago for an explanation and I'm still waiting for them to reply.

Shoddy company with abysmal customer service.
#19
yep game and gamestation both the same company so expect them to be up to something dodgy
#20
imdave
I saw the collectors edition instore at a GAME, it definitely impressed me with its book style case. Doubt I'll pick one up though, the game itself doesn't really interest me.


Could you perhaps tell how much it was in-store? Thanks
#21
As long as GS continue with their policy of price matching trade-ins they get my business. Also helps that employees of GS seem to be more game savvy and customer friendly than Game (in Leeds at least)
#22
The Limited Collector's Edition is in stock (2-3 day) again. According to a GameStation service employee they will arrive new and sealed...
#23
anyone know if this is instore too?
#24
just so everyone knows, the stock GAME sell as new but its used is stock we get sent from GAMESTATION cos they cant sell them.
#25
In stock, I have asked for it to be unexpired.

Edit: Thanks to the mod that unexpired it.
#26
Awesome,ordered!
#27
Mine, ordered via Gamestation, when it said 2-3 days, dispatched the next day and arrived this morning, it's brand new and sealed, perfect condition. I checked and this is same price instore but I very muchdoubt anyone would have stock as it was preorder only in most.
#28
Yay ty just ordered one
#29
mine arrived this morning. dopey postman just left it on the doorstep.
cheers OP

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