Feedback -- Alan Wake, Call of Duty: Black Ops, And Capcom's Western Trust


Posted May 19, 2010 - By Andrew Pfister

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We've been fortunate enough to have had copies of Alan Wake for a few weeks now, which means our opinions have had plenty of time to percolate, which we now serve to you in this week's freshly-brewed episode of Feedback. The E3 vortex has opened up early this year and sucked Adam away into a dimension of pain and crummy continental breakfasts, so Patrick's in the driver seat for the discussion, with Abbie, Sterling, and Steve riding along. See how we'd review Bright Falls on Yelp, as well as new details on Call of Duty: Black Ops.

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And in other news...

  • The April NPD sales numbers are out, and it wasn't the prettiest of pictures. What's behind the sluggish sales? And is Red Dead RedemptionAlan Wake, and Super Mario Galaxy 2 going to jumpstart the summer?
  • It seems as if Sony is debating whether or not to turn PlayStation Network into a premium service -- or at least, parts of it. Once again, we ask what's worth paying for in the realm of online services.
  • A viewer would like to know how and when a game's story can keep it afloat when the actual game part kind of stinks. Chances of us mentioning Deadly Premonition again: 100%, Zach.

Feedback: Distracted by random coffee thermoses since 2009.

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Feedback -- Alan Wake, Call of Duty: Black Ops, And Capcom's Western Trust


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