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Alan Wake's American Nightmare
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The farm's name ("Valhalla") is known as a form of Heaven in Norse mythology. It is possible that Odin chose this name due to the culture in which the actual god, Odin, rules the mythical land.
Alan and Barry travel to here in order to find the truth about the mysteries surrounding Cauldron Lake. During their visit, they battle Taken on a stage filled with fireworks and lights whilst the song Children of the Elder God plays.
Poll of the Month (December)
Results for Poll of November (What is the best Old Gods of Asgard/Poets of the Fall song from the Alan Wake games?)
3rd Place: Children of the Elder God (6 votes)
2nd Place: War (10 votes)
1st Place: The Poet and the Muse (17 votes)
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Alan Wake has been give a dose of the Steam Summer Sale. Everything related to Alan Wake is now 50% off.
- Alan Wake is now $14.99
- Alan Wake's American Nightmare is now $7.49
- Alan Wake Collector's Edition Extras is now $4.99
- Alan Wake Franchise which includes everything above is now $19.99
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