“This world is a Machine. A Machine for Pigs. Fit only for the slaughtering of Pigs. “
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is a first-person horror game that is the sequel to one of the best if not best horror games out there, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, but this time around the creator of Dear Esther (First-Person exploration story-telling game) has joined in the development of the new amnesia.
You play as a wealthy industrialist named Oswald Mandus, who is a little crazy with his ideas of a world peace and what have you, then at some point he wakes up in his bed (that’s where you start off) that’s caged for some reason and throughout his journey you start to realize what you have done in the process of his ideal world where… well from here on out its spoilers so i wont talk anymore.
Great Story elements, great atmospheric visuals and ambient sounds that will scare the crap out of you, easy to finish puzzles in scary situations.
The game is alot less scary than the original game by not having enough scary moments and more boring moments and less scary environments, and in some way alot less fun by having more restrictions by not letting you interact with objects, the game is less disgusting and horrifying and less gory, and overall less on every aspect of what made the first amnesia one of the best.
Amnesia: AMFP is priced at 20$ on Steam and for what i have played i would say it’s worth it only if you’re new to amnesia, and then think of the first amnesia as the better sequel, so if you played the first one i would say you could watch a play-through but not recommended as this is an experience of a scary game.
Amnesia: AMFP is a really good game but not as much as the first amnesia, and i expected it to be the same and better in every aspect but it turned out to be the other way around and less in everything i had fun in the old amnesia, so expect less in terms of gameplay and fun/excitement and horror you had in the first amnesia, and more boring time spent with little scariness within it compared to the first one, so im a alot disappointed in some way.
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