Summary: This package includes all three games in the Penumbra trilogy: Penumbra Overture, Penumbra Black Plague, and Penumbra Requiem. Penumbra Overture is an excellent survival horror game with a unique physics-based system that isn't very common in the survival horror genre.
Summary: This game has intrigued me somewhat. Nice prologue that makes the player wonder what is going to happen. You are a young man who has just buried your mother when a letter from your long vanished and presumed dead father arrives on your doorstep.
Summary: I haven't played a whole lot of this game to be honest, but from what I have played of it, it's just like the other game in the series, Amnesia. Playing in a first person perspective, you mist interact with your environment to find clues, solve puzzles and hide from creepy creatures or sounds.
Summary: The 3 game set was a pleasant surprise for me as I had expected something less due to the price. A horror adventure game with a first person perspective and play action more like a first person shooter than the typical pixel fest of most adventure games.
Summary: As if the quality of the games wasn't enough, they are all in one box! For ten dollars! A problem I've had with many of the horror/adventure games I've played (Indigo Prophecy being the worst offender) is that the secret behind all the goings-on turns out to be pretty lame.
Summary: A short while back, I bought a new computer and wanted to get a game that distanced itself from the concole games that I have played. The Penumbra Collection does that quite well. It is scary while requiring that you use your brain as you copmlete your objectives.
Summary: I bought this collection because it was developed by Frictional Games, the developer of Amneisa: The Dark Descent. I had really enjoyed Dark Descent, so I this made this purchase in the hope of recapturing some of that magic.