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2 Girls 1 Game review Amnesia
- Updated: 11th Sep, 2010
Unfortunate branding aside, keen observers will have noticed that we don’t really play horror games here at The Average Gamer. I don’t see the point in paying money to scare myself when I could do it for free by walking through St James’ Park at night and Resident Evil 5 was more action than horror. 2 Girls 1 Game have done a good review of Amnesia: The Dark Descent that really shows off the sense of atmosphere:
“Amnesia: The Dark Descent does everything Alan Wake tried to accomplish and does it much, much better. The ambiance set forth at the beginning of the game carries through as you learn your character Daniel, has willingly drank [sic] a concoction to erase his memory. Your only clues to Daniel’s former life include a note left behind mentioning the concoction with an addendum to kill Alexander Brennenburg, the baron of the castle you find yourself trapped inside.”
In a rare departure from form, I started playing Alan Wake last night. It has something really special: the ability to both terrify and bore me at the same time. Glad to see that Amnesia is more successful.
Bit-Tech – Amnesia: The Dark Descent Review
Rock, Paper, Shotgun – Wot I Think: Amnesia – The Dark Descent
Gamer Limit – Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Elder-Geek – Amnesia: The Dark Descent Video Review