Reviews and Problems with Amnesia: The Dark Descent
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Enter the darkest corners of the human mind
Mr. David T. Moody "Movie guru", Amazon
11 September 2014
Summary: In this game you play the part of a young man known only as Daniel. You awaken in a castle with little recollection of past events, you struggle even to remember your own name; with no option but to explore your surroundings you begin to fit the pieces of the puzzle together to make sense of your...
Summary: All right, so I knew what I was getting into with this game, and it's still above my expectations. I have a friend who owned it already, and let's just say that it's much less scary to play in a group. However, alone, in the dark with noise cancelling headphones. I was pretty terrified.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent = Awesome Game, very much like Silent Hill but Original
Robert Kiehn "TheForthcoming1", Amazon
19 April 2014
Summary: Amnesia:TDD is one of the best and scariest games I have ever played in my entire life. The story of the game takes place in the 1900's (around 1840 to 1860, I think, though it could be later) and puts you in the role of Daniel, who was in Algeria on an archeological expedition for the British...
Summary: I absolutely love this game. It really challenges your mind and makes you think. The puzzles can get difficult, but not so much that it ruins the experience. My heart pounds every time I hear a monster!
something easy to get into, but hard to stop playing
5 November 2013
Summary: The graphics are best here, compared to prenumbra, controls are lil better too, story was very well done and engaging. Only thing missing was enemies, the prenunbra series had quite a bit, even if u cant fight them, but this one had very few though rather terrifying and suspensful when they do.