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  • Blog Post: Grab Amnesia: The Dark Descent For Free Ahead Of Frictional's Next Game, Soma

    Soma releases September 22, and to build excitement for the release, developer Frictional games is marking its previous game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent down to $0. The Dark Descent is the highlight as it lacks a price tag for the next 24 hours, but Frictional has also marked down its other titles. Penumbra... More
  • Blog Post: Conan O'Brien Plays Slender, Amnesia, And Outlast On Clueless Gamer

    In the latest installment of Clueless Gamer, Conan O'Brien plays three scary games for our amusement. In his Clueless Gamer series, the late night host who doesn't like video games plays and reviews games, often failing to competently do either Watch as O'Brien tries to stay alive in Slender... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 10/11/13

    This weekend, some GI editors are taking a break from GTA V with new releases like Pokémon X & Y, Beyond: Two Souls, and The Wolf Among Us. But mostly everyone is, you know, playing GTA V. Kimberley Wallace: My mission is to finish Beyond: Two Souls this weekend. I liked what I played of a... 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: Dear Esther Developer's Next Game Coming To PS4 [Updated With Screens]

    British indie developer The Chinese Room will be bringing its post-apocalyptic adventure game Everybody's Gone To The Rapture to PS4. The Chinese Room is best known for its experimental indie hit Dear Esther, and is working on Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, a sequel to Frictional Games' acclaimed... More
  • Blog Post: Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs Moves Into The Second Quarter Of 2013

    Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, the sequel to the terrifying PC game Amnesia: The Dark Descent, has been pushed back a little further into 2013. The game was originally planned to to launch in October last year, but the developer has revealed on its blog that the scope of the game has expanded dramatically... More
  • Blog Post: The First Episode Of Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight Is Online

    Community voting has ended for Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight, and five games have been selected to begin production. You can check out the list of selected games below, as well as the first episode of many planned daily episodes covering Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight event. Hack n Slash Spacebase... More
  • Blog Post: Frictional's Next Title Is Officially Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs

    UPDATE 2/22: Frictional has officially unveiled their new game, and it's a sequel to their surprise hit Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Subtitled A Machine For Pigs, the announcement was made during an interview with Joystiq . It should arrive on PC during 2012, and the game will be developed by thechineseroom... 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 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
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