This page contains Alan Wake Easter Eggs for Xbox 360 called "Max Payne Reference" and has been posted or updated on Nov 1, 2013 by devon0mack. Let us know what you think of this Easter Egg by thumbs voting.
Max Payne Reference
In Alan's New York Apartment and various other locations throughout the game, examine bookshelves: One of the titles is "The Things I Want" which is a chapter title and monologue sequence from Max Payne 2.
Find the bookshelves in Alan's New york city apartment and various other areas. One of them will be "Things I Want", which is a chapter title from Max Payne 2.
Throughout the flashback at the start of Episode 2, inside the apartment's bedroom is a radio which broadcasts a winter season storm caution and remarks that it is the worst in New york city history. This likewise occurred in the initial Max Payne, which was arrived a blizzard-covered New york city.
Alan Wake's imaginary protagonist in his stories, Alex Casey, has lots of resemblances to Max Payne.
In the Episode 6 flashback, Alan awakens with a hangover and needs pain reliever to stop the discomfort. The bottle corresponds the one that is made use of by Max Payne for his discomfort relief.
In Episode 4 you satisfy a burned out game designer. The game designer rants about exactly how they thought it was enjoyable to consist of "mullets" and "mullet time" in their game. Quickly manufacturers desired "mullet time" in everything. This is a reference to the "Bullet Time" capability both Max Payne games made use of.
2 pages of the manuscript discovered in Episode 2 seem from Alan Wake's. Novel: The Sudden Stop. The effects of the protagonist's other half and kid matches the setup for Max Payne. The reference to painkillers can likewise call out to using pain relievers to recover wellness in Max Payne.
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