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Monday, May 3 | 11:55 PM

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You've been selected to preview Alan Wake!

Hey there!

Congratulations on securing a pair of tickets to catch the exclusive Xbox double bill screening of Alan Wake & Iron Man 2! We're pleased to announce that all RippleVoxers will be getting a little Xbox goodie bag as thanks for participating in this activation.


Date: 3rd May, Monday
Time: 9pm (Collection of tickets start at 7.30pm)
Venue : Cathay Cineleisure Orchard (Level 6)

Don't be late!

The RippleVox Team

I share Tony's exact sentiments except that he got the better deal - donuts! - while musing over his current predicament.

See, I got the email the day after I paid for my ticket to the same movie at weekend rates! Nonetheless, they say 2 is better than 1. This being the second installment of the Marvel franchise, I should watch it twice, right?

Prior the screening of Iron Man 2, we were given a preview of an upcoming release by XBox360 Gaming Studios - Alan Wake. They brought in the regional Microsoft marketing guy and one of the game creators just for this publicity campaign. After a bumpy start - the mono speaker fell of its stand in the dark, the audience was given a sneak peak into this psychological thriller of a game by the same creators who brought us Max Payne.

My take on the fame preview? I am that asexual amoeba whose interest level has not moved up a single notch. I understand that console games take years to develop, in this case, Alan Wake required 4. For a game to compete in the current playing field of mindboggling graphics and great story pacing, I just don't get this newbie at all.

Perhaps the organisers shoud jazz up the presentation a lot more and pick a sequence from the game that is a lot more enticing?

Well, at least the freebies were quite decent.

Then of course, she dropped in.

With a wicked script and supersonic action hammered all over the narrative, the rest is HIStory of course.