Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs Pushed Back to 2013 for Polish

Amnesia: The Dark Descent has enjoyed an unprecedented amount of success recently for an indie horror title. The game quickly earned a reputation for being extraordinarily creepy with people bragging about how many more minutes they played than their friends. Unfortunately it looks like the sequel has been pushed back to 2013, though the good news is that it’s being done to give the game the polish it deserves. Creative Director Dan Pinchbeck talks about this and more in an interview with GameZone.

Delays are inevitable but pushing a game back to make it the best game it can possibly be is easily the best reason for this. While this is going to be disappointing news for many at least it’ll give you more time to try and finish the original if you can.

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John Colaw

John is what you might call something of a badass. When he's not writing about games or playing them, he's playing in the Kansas City band "Documentary" and drinking as many different beers as often as he can. He's a huge comic nerd in the best sense of the term, with a particular love for the Creator Owned movement.

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