Contest: Alan Wake’s American Nightmare Steam Giveaway


Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, the standalone spin-off to the original Alan Wake, is out this week for PC, only a few short months after its initial run on Xbox Live Arcade. To celebrate the launch, we’re giving away a Steam code to one lucky gamer out there. If you’re game for some pulse-pounding pulp arcade action, grab your nail gun and enter now for a chance at the prize. Mr. Scratch is waiting!

Contest Details:

Prize: 1 Steam download code for Alan Wake’s American Nightmare. Game valued at $14.99.

How to enter: Do at least one of the following: leave a comment below; follow us on Twitter @vgblogger and retweet this message; come ‘Like’ us on our Facebook page and then ‘Like’ and comment on this post, or email us at with the subject line “Alan Wake Giveaway.” Only ONE form of entry is required, but entering through multiple channels will increase your odds of winning.

Entry Period: Friday, May 25 – Monday, May 28 at 12:00 PM EST. Contest winner to be selected at random and announced after entry deadline on Monday, May 28.

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare is available now on Steam and Keep up to date on all the latest Alan Wake news and updates by following developer Remedy Entertainment on Facebook and Twitter. Also be sure to read our review of the original Xbox Live Arcade version here.

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