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Remedy's Sam Lake confirms that the studio has reversed its original decision to create a sandbox title...
In an interview with Edge, Alan Wake's lead writer Sam Lake has stated that the heavily-delayed psychological-thriller won't be the open-world sandbocx title that was originally claimed.
"We did try a more free-roaming approach at one point but decided that's not really the way we wanted to go."
"That being said, this path that the player is on is quite wide at times and all through the game there is a lot for the player to explore, but it's not a free-roaming sandbox," he added.
With the emphasis at E3 placed on action and combat it does seem as though the psychological-thriller is heading down a more traditional route than originally intended. Let us know what you think; are you still interested in Alan Wake or has the horror writer's window of opportunity passed?
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