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Submitted by john2 711d ago | news

Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs Is Now A Full Fledged Game, Coming In Q2 2013

DSOGaming writes: "Frictional Games has posted an update on Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs’ progress. According to the minds behind the amazing horror indie title, A Machine For Pigs is now a full fledged game and is targeted for a Q2 2013 release on the PC." (Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, PC)

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ShugaCane  +   711d ago
I'm happy they have great ambitions. The Dark Descent is one of the scariest games of all time and this one is appearently going to set the bar even higher !
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Roper316  +   711d ago
glad I picked up a PC to game on over x-mas seeing it looks like PC is the only place to get a real survival horror type game ( thanks for nothing EA & Scamcom ). Now bring on the PS4!!
SlapHappyJesus  +   711d ago
Should have a very nice rig by the end of next month.
The laptop I am typing on right now can barely run Amnesia at 800x600 resolution.

This one is definitely on my list.
Moncole  +   711d ago
I feel bad for console gamers that they wont be able to experience a real horror game.
pettson3816  +   711d ago
What do you mean? We have Resident Evil 6... err. wait..
Rockefellow  +   711d ago
I'll probably get billions of disagrees for this, but I'm still waiting for that one true horror game that really captures the "horror" part-- psychologically, environmentally, plot-wise, etc.

Amnesia was a great experience, and I'm sure Machine for Pigs will improve upon it, but the first game ceased to be a "real" horror game shortly after players became accustomed to its elements.
Capodastaro  +   711d ago
I loved this Amnesia... It made it 10x more intense just because you're defenseless, you had no gun or weapon to protect you and it actually made you act more life like which made it more immersive, like keeping in shadowed areas and not just running and gunning down a hall and not just having to worry about how much bloody spatter was on the screen for your re-gen health.

I can't wait!
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Kyosuke_Sanada  +   711d ago
You should try Haunting Ground for PS2 which feels like the understudy for Amnesia's infrastructure. It was one of the most underrated games of last generation with brilliant puzzles and delivered a unique taste in enemy design.

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
ritsuka666  +   711d ago
This is my most anticipated game at the moment without a doubt for 2013.

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