LambdaGeneration (LambdaGen, LG or λG for short) is a Valve-centric community website which aims to bring you the biggest Valve-related news, and the finest community-created media and content. The site is frequently updated by a small team of active staff members, and a number of support staff contributors (you can find a brief list of the most active and notable staff members below). While we might cover miscellaneous industry news from time to time, and while we do actively cover all Steam or even Source-related subjects - above all else, we focus on Valve and the Valve community.
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Alan Wake presents a great story, compelling characters and a creepy atmosphere. The combat gets a bit dull and repetetive, but getting into battles you'd rather not fight is all part of the horror game experience.
It has certainly aged better than the original Sonic Adventure. The HD re-release of Sonic Adventure 2 is a faithful nostalgic retread to the peak of early 3D Sonic games and the game that introduced me to the series.