Sexiest video game studs of 2010

A banner year for pixelated pieces of ass
By MADDY MYERS  |  August 4, 2011


2. Alan Wake of Alan Wake

This game about a scruffy mystery novelist ends up being a lot murkier and creepier than you might expect, leading us to compare it to survival horror titles that also gave us a cute guy to make up for the scary stuff (e.g., Silent Hill, Resident Evil, F.E.A.R., etc). Speaking of outside influences, Alan’s feisty charm also reminds us of Nathan Fillion’s mystery-solving novelist character on Castle. It seems that making a writer into a fit, gun-wielding action hero might be turning into an unexpectedly sexy trend.

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