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    It's still an ocean, but Alan Wake's return to games shows us there's a lot more to explore.
    This review contains spoilers for Control and Alan Wake.
    I'm not one to replay games (it's quite a commitment when I have over 100 games in my backlog) but there is one game I seem to have played more than any other: Alan Wake. The 2010 horror-adjacent action title from Remedy Entertainment was imperfect, but there's something about it that has stood the test of time. If anything, its blend of Stephen King-inspired horror, camp, and what has become Remedy's trademark uncanniness has made it work better in 2020 than it did a decade prior.

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