There's an interview with Oskari Häkkinen on Digital Spy talking with the Head of Franchise Development at Remedy Entertainment about Alan Wake, their upcoming psychological action/thriller. Remedy had previously expressed a desire to create a PC version of the game, saying a final decision of this rested with Microsoft, who recently indicated that Alan Wake is skipping the PC platform because they decided the Xbox 360 was the "most compelling way to experience" the game. Now Oskari shifts gears a bit, and says the reason for skipping the PC is because Remedy is just too small to handle the PC version: "We're a small studio, about 50 people. Concentrating on one platform is just a lot easier for us where we're smaller than other studios, and its [sic] just been focused, focusing on one platform and getting that done. We have no plans for PC right now." Thanks VG247.
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