If you're not the kind of person that digs digital distribution, your wait is almost over.
'Alan Wake' is a game first teased in trailer form just shortly after the Xbox 360 came out. It finally launched in 2010 to high praise from fans and critics, but didn't come out on PC until just last month, where it was released as a downloadable title. Of course, if you're not down with digital distribution, that doesn't do you much good.
It's just been announced that a boxed version of the PC game will be coming out in April. "Alan Wake is a great product and we are proud about being able to take it to the North American retail customers," says Nordic Games VP Egil Strunke. "In Legacy Interactive we have found a partner who will give the product the focus it deserves, and also ensure best possible market penetration for the PC retail versions."