Video Review: Amnesia A Machine For Pigs

By Chris Davis on October 7th, 2013 (5 comments)

Nick gives us his take on the sequel to the indie horror darling Amnesia: The Dark Descent.

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Chris Davis

I am 4Player's video and feature producer. I've been writing about games for years and I enjoy every minute of it. I'm pro-developer and I have a few friends who have gone on to successful careers in the industry. I may only be an amateur but I've got things to say.

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  • Afroducc 6 months, 1 week ago

    Nice review Nick :) I think ill wait and pick this up when it's in a steam sale... I was looking forward to this and Outlast but i found Outlast to be a little disappointing and from what your review says this can wait. I was hoping for some really great horror games but oh welllll....

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  • pioshfd 6 months, 1 week ago

    When I heard they were making a sequel I didn't have many high hopes that it would surpass the original. It's disappointing, but expected. Nice review though, Nick.

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  • Shazza1990 6 months, 1 week ago

    Great review Nick, though I liked this game, I didn't find it anywhere near as scary as The Dark Descent. Though I must say, the enemies sound is terrifying, though they physically weren't near as scary as I was imagining. Pretty much agree with everything you've said.

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  • Dan Baglole 6 months, 1 week ago

    Good review Nick - I felt your presentation and the audio were a bit dry/lacking, could use a bit more enthusiasm and enunciation to sell us on your feelings about the topics though. I like this review format.

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  • grenouille 6 months, 1 week ago

    These video reviews are really shaping up nicely...Great Job! Kind of wish this was a full-blown frictional games Amnesia title, but will still need to check it out eventually.

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