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Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs Review | Gather Your Party

Three years ago, the title Amnesia: The Dark Descent provided Swedish game producer Frictional Games with an unexpected breakout hit. Not only was Amnesia a scary and fantastically produced game, it inspired a whole generation of developers to re-evaluate what ‘horror’ really meant. Since then there’s been a ton of imitators, but a lot of these are missing that perfect blend of gameplay, story and sound design that made Amnesia so scary. In short: people have been longing for a worthy successor. (Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, PC) -

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