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Frictional Games, the studio behind the Amnesia and Penumbra franchises, has revealed their next horror game. They've sent out the first screenshots and trailers for SOMA, a science fiction adventure in development for the PlayStation 4 and PC.
Amnesia: A Machine For Pig, the sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent, will be released in less than one month. Developer The Chinese Room announced a mid-September launch for the PC/Mac horror game this morning.
Thechineseroom has sent out an additional round of screenshots from Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs. Though Pigs is a horror game, don't expect these images to frighten you. They merely show off some of the environments from the upcoming PC/Mac/Linux game.
Frictional Games and thechineseroom have decided Halloween is the perfect day to continuing teasing Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs. A new trailer shows off some gameplay and hints at the horrors that await players.
Frictional Games the makers of Penumbra Overture and Amnesia: The Dark Descent have been profiting greatly from their games, more-so now than when they originally released. The best part about it? They're profiting enough where piracy has become a non-factor.
Frictional Games has a weekend treat for horror game fans. They've released a trailer for Amnesia: Machine for Pigs, the successor to Amnesia: The Dark Descent.
Whether you’re all about getting festive over trick-or-treating or you just go around stealing candy from kids in your "free candy" van, one thing is undeniably certain: Steam has some awesome Halloween games for sale right now and here’s a few you’ll definitely want to pick up for under $9.99.
Frictional Games released update 1.2 for their horror game Amnesia: The Dark Descent today. It adds, among other things, an add-on called "Justine."
Frictional Games’ Amnesia: The Dark Descent is a truly fitting horror-survival game that takes things scares and thrills to the next level by incorporating destructible and interactive environments with the task of just trying to stay alive.
Frictional Games' horror-survival title for PC has officially gone gold and given any unforeseen horror events, it should be shipping out starting September 8th.
Despite the odd name, Frictional Games released some new information regarding Unknown and its play mechanics.
If I must say so myself, Frictional Games picked one of the greatest working game titles ever. Calling the game Unknown will create all sorts of confusion on the search engines and make for great conversations