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Amnesia The Dark Descent Remaster Mod released, features 4K textures, POM, PBR materials & more

Amnesia fans, here is something special for you today. Modder ‘florian’ has released a Remaster Mod for Amnesia The Dark Descent. This mod aims to significantly improve the graphics of this amazing horror game. Continue reading Amnesia The Dark Descent Remaster Mod released, features 4K textures, POM, PBR materials & more

Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Crashlands are free to own on Epic Games Store until May 7th

Epic Games has announced that Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Crashlands are currently available for free on Epic Games Store. From today and until May 7th, PC gamers can visit their EGS pages and acquire their free copies. Continue reading Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Crashlands are free to own on Epic Games Store until May 7th

For The King is now free to own on Epic Games Store, Amnesia: The Dark Descent will be next week

Epic Games has announced that For The King is available for free on Epic Games Store. From today and until April 30th, PC gamers can visit its EGS page and acquire their free copy. This is a “free to own” offer, meaning that you’ll be able to keep the game yours forever. Continue reading For The King is now free to own on Epic Games Store, Amnesia: The Dark Descent will be next week

Amnesia: Collection is available for free on Humble Bundle for the next 48 hours

Horror fans, here is something really special for you today. Frictional Games and Humble Bundle are currently offering Amnesia: Collection for free. The Amnesia: Collection feature Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. This offer will end in 48 hours so we strongly suggest acquiring your free copy while you still can. Continue reading Amnesia: Collection is available for free on Humble Bundle for the next 48 hours

Frictional Games teases new information about its secret project; Amnesia sold one million copies

Great news for horror fans as Frictional Games’ indie horror FPS, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, has sold over one million copies. In a blog update at the company’s official website, Frictional Games’ Thomas, has revealed that Amnesia has sold – in total – around 1.4 million copies. This number included the sales that were made via HIB and the Potato Sack. Excluding them – and being optimistic – this number goes down to one million sold copies for this indie company. Hooray. Continue reading Frictional Games teases new information about its secret project; Amnesia sold one million copies

Frictional Games believe that cut-scenes are the biggest culprit for the lack of agency

We’ve said a lot of times that cut-scenes and quick-time events should be avoided. A couple of days ago, we informed you about Crytek’s plans for Crysis 3 and in that story, we expressed – for one more time – our opinion about the quick-time and scripted events. And we are happy to see the developers of Amnesia: The Dark Descent backing our claims. According to Frictional’s Thomas the biggest culprit for the lack of agency in most horror games are the cut-scenes. Damn straight right. Continue reading Frictional Games believe that cut-scenes are the biggest culprit for the lack of agency

Amnesia: The Dark Descent is 75% Off on Desura

Frictional Games have just informed us about a new discount of their amazing horror first-person adventure game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Amnesia is currently priced at 3.75 euros on Desura, meaning that it got discounted by 75%. This offer will last for only three days and those interested can go ahead and get it from here. Naturally, there is also a demo to try before purchasing it. Continue reading Amnesia: The Dark Descent is 75% Off on Desura

Frictional Games’ Next Game hints to Seattle; final artwork revealed

And after the first two blurry images, Frictional Games has decided to actually reveal the final artwork for their next game. This artwork hints to sewers (or underground tunnels and caves… or something in-between) that will be featured in the game and looks quite sick. I mean, look at that meat / corpse hanging in the middle of the sewer. This new artwork definitely seems appropriate for Amnesia’s sequel. Continue reading Frictional Games’ Next Game hints to Seattle; final artwork revealed