“We probably should have announced the run button before launch...” So say the developers of the new (and pretty good!) story-and-exploration game Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture. A last-minute change to the game’s controls left the run option unintentionally hidden from gamers. Just hold R2 for a bit!

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, the fascinating PS4 adventure game announced back in 2012, will be out this summer, Sony says. New trailer above. This one looks pretty neat—it’s developed by The Chinese Room, the game studio behind Dear Esther.

Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs Could've Been Much Harder. In a lengthy and fascinating post-mortem, designer Peter Howell goes over the game's design process, noting many areas where developers The Chinese Room differed from series creators Frictional Games. It's a great read, check it out.

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

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