Amnesia: The Dark Descent turns ten this year, and the team at Frictional Games has put the game and A Machine for Pigs into open source to celebrate.
Apparently, playing Amnesia in a public place will be a really weird experience.
For those who like a good scare, Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs are free for PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam for a limited time.
Amnesia Collection trophies on PlayStation 4 is one of the rare cases where gold trophies outnumber bronze. With twenty-two trophies total, the Amnesia Collection contains a platinum, eight gold, seven silver, and six bronze trophies.
The folks over at the Humble Bundle have pulled back the curtains on Humble Indie Bundle 13, but more importantly, have revealed that they have now helped over 100 games get ported to Linux through their service.
Humble Bundle is partnering with Summer Games Done Quick, to offer ten indie games for $25 with all proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders.
You have your costume and the candy ready but I bet you forgot the creepy music. Don't worry, just in time for Halloween the good folks at Game Music Bundle got your covered. They just revealed plans
For any fans of the critically-acclaimed horror game, Amnesia: A Dark Descent, the sequel--Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs--has just had its release date, well, released, and it's coming soon:
Frictional Games and thechineseroom have arrived just in time to scare the pants off you, causing you to question whether it's a good idea to venture out of the safe confines of your home this Halloween evening.
It is a little over two years since Amnesia: The Dark Descent first appeared on the PC and Frictional Games has taken the time to reflect on the game's success with a detailed blog post. The article
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
A new trailer has been released for Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and it is absolutely amazing. To be blunt it looks like the sequel that people wanted (or more specifically feared) to the hit game Amnesia: