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Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs Review | IGN

IGN - "Of what I consider to be the two major, equally powerful pillars of horror, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs expertly delivers one. Where something like Outlast plays on real, tangible fears, that of those people and otherworldly things who mean to do us harm, Amnesia seems to psychoanalyze us and prey on the fears and regrets that cause restless nights of sleep. During the course of its six-hour campaign, I was immersed in an ever-growing sense of sheer dread the likes of which few games have ever been able to accomplish." (Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, PC) 8.3/10

jairusmonillas  +   811d ago
I think it should be 7, it's not really that good and its not even scary.

Outlast was much better.
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