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Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

5 months ago

Amnesia: Rebirth will continue Frictional’s fine horror series in autumn

After a stretch of teasing and ARG puzzling, Soma developers Frictional Games today announced their next game, Amnesia: Rebirth. This autumn they'll return to the first-person horror series that made their name with a new protagonist, a new setting, and new awfulness. Have a peek in the announcement trailer below.

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2 years ago

Boo! Both Amnesia games are free right now on Steam

If you have not bought the Amnesia first-person spookers intentionally, inadvertently acquired them in an old bundle you don't really remember buying, nor grabbed them when they were free in January good news: both Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs are free for keepsies right now on Steam. What's changed since the last giveaway? I still have not finished either of…

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3 years ago

Remember this: both Amnesia games are free right now

Hey, come here a second. I want you to stare at this dank room full of eerie machinery. Really give it a good stare. Drink in the atmosphere, maybe play with some of the meatblobs, think about how small we are in the universe, andBOO!Liked that, did you? If you quite like a spot of spooking with cosmic horror and science gone meatwild, you might…

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Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture devs hang up their walking boots

The Chinese Room, the studio behind Everybody's Gone to the Rapture and Dear Esther as well as Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, have laid off their development team and are "going dark" for a bit while they figure out "what happens next". Financial and personal pressures were too much, see, so they're taking a break. When they come back, they say, it won't be to…

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4 years ago

Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture PC Confirmed, Coming Soon

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture [official site], the latest from Dear Esther and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs developers The Chinese Room, is finally heading to PC. I spoke to studio head Dan Pinchbeck earlier this week and he told me that the completed PC port has now been delivered to Sony, who will be acting as publishers. Sony's role means they'll be responsible for…

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7 years ago

Squeal – Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs Out Next Month

How long have we been waiting for Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs now? Has it been years? Decades? Centuries? Eons? I forget. Perhaps it's because I HAVE AMNESIA. No, no, that's not actually true. I just don't feel like looking it up. But today is a good day, because there's finally a dim, ominously flickering light at the end of the tunnel. Though the machine…

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Amnesia: Another Delay For Pigs

I do not have amnesia, but I just nearly rewrote the intro from my last post about an Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs delay, so that's kind of eerie. Also, indicative! Thechineseroom's slow-roasting, pork-flavored reinvention of Frictional's modern classic has missed the mark a few times now, and it's all starting to kind of run together. Granted, the last slippage yielded a larger, much more…

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Pig(s) Out – Amnesia: Machine For Pigs’ Release In Sight

Machines are hard to build. So many nuts and bolts and gears and rubber bands and ceaseless triathlete hamsters to arrange. But machines for pigs? They make regular ol' mazes of mechanical madness look easy. I say this, of course, not from a place of personal experience, but from watching Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs slip 'n' slide from Halloween last year all the way…

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8 years ago

Afraid Of The Light? Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs Trailer

It's been too long since we saw some moving pictures of the Amnesia sequel, A Machine For Pigs, this time developed by the Dear Esther team, thechineseroom. But we need wait no longer, as the fast approach of All Saints Day means spooky footage is of the highest order, and you can see the new trailer below. It's a bit scary.

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Amnesia Devs Hint At Next Project, Dismiss Piracy

It's easy to forget Amnesia. And I don't mean that in the sense that it's a forgettable experience (it's most certainly not) or that amnesia, the unfortunate mental condition, might lead to forgetfulness (duh). Rather, Dark Descent's been out for two years, and it's become pretty far removed from the public eye. Sure, it'll occasionally pop up on the cover of some trashy tabloid rag (Did…

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Amnesia: AMFP Forgets Release Date, Slips Into 2013

It's Halloween night, and you're safe and sound in your own home. Even so, you feel a creeping sense of dread slowly start to take hold, but you can't put your finger on what exactly is causing it. You glance over your shoulder. A werewolf. You glance over your other shoulder. A giant spider with masses of smaller spiders for eyes. You look in a…

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