Amnesia: a machine for pigs
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Posted 6/16/12
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs (codenamed gameB) is an upcoming survival horror video game developed by thechineseroom and produced by Frictional Games. The game is an indirect sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent, which was developed and produced by Frictional Games. While set in the same universe as the previous game, it will feature an entirely new cast of characters and time setting. While no release date has been set for the game, it is expected to ship before Halloween 2012.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CagMNLxa9M&feature=player_embedded

so i have recently heard of this release that is going to be produced by frictional games but not made by them. To me this concept sounds very interesting but it saddens me that frictional is not the company developing the game.

so what is your take on this?
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Posted 6/16/12
No never again will i play Something with the word Amnesia in the title. My friend bought that game i got bored one night played it now have to put boxes infront of my door just to go to bed DX
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Posted 6/17/12 , edited 6/17/12
That's the whole fun of the game though. I really enjoy the jump scares and the puzzles, it's just a really amazing game in my opinion. The custom stories is where the game really shines, because you get a new experience every time you start up the game.
Posted 7/9/12
Amnesia: The Dark Descent is one of my most favourite games of all time, and this coming from a guy who doesn't enjoy horror movies
The guys at Frictional Games really have a special recipe that immerses the player so well into the game world that frankly few games or any kind of media can achieve. With A Machine for Pigs they've teamed up with thechineseroom studio, developer of the fabulous artistic game Dear Esther, more of an exploration story or visual novel than a game and I think together they should be able to produce an in depth and thrilling experience.

Needless to say, I'm excited and really looking forward to it
I've just about got over the fear Dark Descent instilled in me so I think I'm ready to tackle another Amnesia!

By the way, if you're looking for another game to fill the time until the release of A Machine for Pigs I'd highly recommend Frictional Games' first game series, Penumbra. It has 2 full games (the third is just a little expansion on the second) and while it has its flaws is a brilliant series. It has the same recipe as Amnesia just less refined but definitely worth playing
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Posted 7/9/12 , edited 7/9/12
I kind of hope it is a sequal to Amnesia: Justine. That was really interesting, and I want to know what happenes to Justine after she leaves the dungeon.

[Edit]-- This is a little off topic, but has anyone else played Amnesia: White Night. BEST. MOD. EVER!
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Chaoszan...if i remember correctly you made a song for pewdiepie? That name just looks really famillier.
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YES i know i can't wait until it comes out so getting it even thou the first one i shit bricks XD
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chaoszan wrote:

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs (codenamed gameB) is an upcoming survival horror video game developed by thechineseroom and produced by Frictional Games. The game is an indirect sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent, which was developed and produced by Frictional Games. While set in the same universe as the previous game, it will feature an entirely new cast of characters and time setting. While no release date has been set for the game, it is expected to ship before Halloween 2012.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CagMNLxa9M&feature=player_embedded

so i have recently heard of this release that is going to be produced by frictional games but not made by them. To me this concept sounds very interesting but it saddens me that frictional is not the company developing the game.

so what is your take on this?


Yeah i know it could be both ways i really don't know but hopefully its just as scary or more then the first one and the trailer was very vivid and did show much but looked great and hopefully it turns out great.
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