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‘Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs’ Linux Review

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From Frictional Games (Amnesia: The Dark Descent) and The Chinese Room (Dear Esther), Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs continues the survival horror Amnesia series with a new story set in 1899.

You play as Oswald Mandus, an industrialist who awakens to an empty house and a rumbling machine that takes the familiar Victorian surroundings to the surreal. Your task? Find out what’s going on.

Gameplay

For players of the previous title, you won’t be going in feeling any comfort from your previous experiences with Amnesia. The exploration of an unnerving landscape will feel familiar, but with a few key elements missing from this iteration, you’ll feel just as helpless as new players.

The biggest change is the lack of an inventory.

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