According to the cheevo list for Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, we can expect a happy ending, to rewrite reality (multiple times), and another manuscript scavenger hunt. Wake’s next adventure is less than a month away (Feb 22), and while it might not have the same scale as its predecessor, it’s still packed with enough content to keep even the most hardcore Wake fans happy.
Head past the break for the dozen cheevos, and while you’re there you should definitely tell me how pumped you are for this game and it’s exciting new Fight til’ Dawn mode. Escape! (10 points)
Escape the Taken to the motel.
Rewrite (10 points)
Rewrite reality for the first time.
Cool It (20 points)
Make sure Dr. Meadows can take another look at the skies.
Happy Ending (25 points)
Rewrite reality for the last time.
Glorious Dawn (10 points)
Survive until dawn in any Arcade Mode level.
Poetry in Motion (20 points)
Get a six-minute survivor streak and over 100,000 points in an Arcade level.
Enter the Nightmare (10 points)
Unlock all of the Nightmare Arcade Mode levels.
Skill Beats Gun (10 points)
Survive an Arcade level using nothing but the flashlight and handheld flares.
Survivor (30 points)
Get 70,000 points in any Nightmare Arcade level.
Split Splat! (15 points)
Take out two Splitter spawns with a single shot.
One Day I’ll Buy a Stapler (20 points)
Find all of the manuscript pages.
Pile ‘Em High (20 points)
Defeat 2,000 Taken.
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