While Alan Wake received a fair amount of coverage after Remedy Entertainment announced it in 2005, the "psychological action thriller" has pretty much fallen off the map lately. Remedy hasn't shelved or canceled it, though. As a matter of fact, Shacknews reports that the game development studio has just released a fresh video trailer and a handful of new screenshots.
You can watch a high-definition version of the video at Shackvideo, too, but here's a standard-def version from YouTube:
Shacknews also quotes Remedy Managing Director Matias Myllyrinne as saying, "We're working hard on Alan Wake and want to make sure it meets and exceeds the awesome potential . . . It's still time to focus and we won't be doing constant updates on the progress." Myllyrinne added that Remedy will reveal more in the "next live showing of the game."
Last we heard, Alan Wake had been postponed until 2008. Myllyrinne's statement suggests the title might not show up until next year, though.
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