Be very afraid, The Amnesia Collection arrives on PlayStation 4 November 22. Collecting Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the Amnesia: Justine DLC and sequel Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, the horror compilation should have been released in time for Halloween. Maybe they just forgot.
The horror game Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs had its share of gruesome moments. But one scene, cut from the game for being too disgusting, would have overshadowed them all.
When Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and Outlast launched a week apart from each other, I was not going to play them. I’m a wimp when it comes to getting scared, so the idea of subjecting myself to hours of cowering in the dark while terrifying creatures hunted me down? Please, not going to happen.
Chairs in Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs aren't essential parts of the game. They're actually pretty much useless—you can't even sit on them. But they are fun to mess around with. You can even get creative with them, and if you're really patient, you can pull off masterpieces like this one, carefully engineered by Steam…
Among the defining characteristics of the often-terrifying Amnesia games—as well as similar games like Slender and Outlast—is the fact that players are given no weapons. There's no way to defend yourself, no way to fight off the beasts that hunt you. That makes the game scarier, right? That's obvious... right? Hmm.
Some games are defined by a single place; others by a single character. Still other games are defined by action, by something you can do in the game itself. In its early goings, the horror game Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is defined by a single word: Nope.
In case you don't want to watch the first teaser trailer for Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, let me summarize it for you: Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, oh god what is that? What the hell is that?!
Gaming site Joystiq reports that it will be called Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. It will feature a wealthy industrialist who is haunted by dreams and disaster following an unfortunate trip to Mexico. [Joystiq]