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.
You're going to hear a lot about Dear Esther early next year. You may have heard about it already, if you'd caught wind of the original 2008 PC mod that presented a ghost story in lightly-interactive first-person.
In 2008, Dan Pinchbeck of the University of Portsmouth created an interactive "ghost story" titled Dear Esther using Valve's Source Engine, and its associated Half Life 2 art assets. The game achieved enormous critical success, and established a devoted cult following. Now the title is set to receive a substantial…