Sometimes, it takes a little push in the right direction for a game to gain momentum and establish for itself a cult following that simultaneously defends and promotes the game at the same time. Such is the case for Frictional Games’ Amnesia: The Dark Descent. While it does not deserve all the credit, it cannot be denied that Amnesia gained some deal of momentum after its debut in Game Informer. Game Informer’s high praises were the first time I and many others were exposed to the game’s existence. After reading the review, my curiosity was peaked to say the least, and I most certainly had to play the game which could possibly provide not only a high creepiness factor, but a certain level of intrigue as well.