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  • Blog Post: Catch Up On The Soma Live-Action Prequel Series

    Now that Frictional’s Soma is out and terrifying people, the studio is continuing the intriguing live-action series that first introduced the game. Don’t worry about spoilers, as this is a prequel to Soma’s narrative. The series, a partnership with Imagos Films, will run from September... More
  • Blog Post: Frictional's Chilling Soma Heads To Beta

    The new game from the creators of Amnesia: The Dark Descent is inching closer to release. Frictional announced the news on its blog today, and also revealed a little bit about what that means: " So what does it mean? Well it means that we now have a build of SOMA that contains all of our desired... More
  • Blog Post: Frictional Games Teases Next Horror Title

    Frictional Games is the independent studio that developed the 2010 horror hit Amnesia: The Dark Descent . The studio has finally started to tease it's next project. Frictional Games just updated the website for its next game, which could be called Soma, and it looks like the developer will be slowly... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia Developer Teasing Its Next Game

    Frictional Games, the developer behind Amnesia: The Dark Descent (but not its sequel, A Machine for Pigs , which it only served as publisher) is teasing its next project. The unimaginative, but appropriately titled website nextfrictionalgame.com currently shows a progress bar slowly gaining momentum... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia Sales Pass One Million

    Frictional Games said sales of its first-person horror adventure Amnesia: The Dark Descent has sold 1.4 million units in its lifetime. The sales figure includes numbers from Humble Indie Bundle and the Potato Bundle last year. "Despite that huge number of sales, what I think is more interesting... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs Teaser Trailer

    Here's your first look at Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, a sequel to 2011's indie hit Amnesia: The Dark Descent. The trailer doesn't reveal too much about the game, other than showing off several of its locations and disturbing imagery. Just like the first game, players can expect to be scared... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia Developer's Next Game To Be "More Intellectually Demanding"

    A blog post by Amnesia: The Dark Descent creators Frictional Games teased the team's early thoughts on their next project. Frictional's next game, currently in development at the company's Swedish studio, is going to be less of an overt horror title. The as-yet-unnamed game is intended to... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia Postmortem Tells A Scary Story

    The developers at Frictional Games let it all hang out in a huge postmortem on their hit indie horror title Amnesia over at The Escapist . By their account, the studio was on death's door a half-dozen times during the game's development. Amnesia began – no joke – as a conscious effort... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia DLC Now Available For Free

    Frictional Games released the "Justine" DLC for Amnesia as part of the Potato Sack promotion, but it's now available for free for all owners of the game. All you need to do is download the 1.2 update, and you can start scaring the crap out of yourselves all over again. Speaking about the... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Is Putting Amnesia: The Dark Descent In A Box

    Last year's scariest game is finding another route into the computers and fragile psyche's of PC gamers everywhere. THQ has announced plans to deliver a physical retail copy of Frictional's first-person horror title, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, to store shelves. The game will still only cost... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia Sales Closing In On 200,000 Units

    Frictional Games' super-scary indie release is blasting past the developers' "dream estimates" of around 100,000. The company's official blog has posted a full rundown of the numbers: "Note that more than half of these units have been sold at a discounted price (with as much... More
  • Blog Post: Why You Should Play Amnesia: The Dark Descent

    If you like scary games then Frictional Games’ Amnesia: The Dark Descent might be for you, at least if this video is any indication of the game’s true terror. Watch one gamer lose his mind while playing the game. YouTube user Dildobitch freaks out over every shadow that move across his screen... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia Sold Above Expectations

    The breathtaking horror game beat the sales targets that Swedish developer Frictional Games set for it by a whopping 50 percent, according to a post on the studio's blog. That sounds like awesome news for the fledgling company, until you look deeper and see that the PC/Mac/Linux title Amnesia: The... More
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