How about Amnesia: The Dark Descent in the eShop

#1Phange 2Posted 1/12/2013 3:26:17 PM
Would love to play that game in 1080p with a surround sound system.
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#2Baha05Posted 1/12/2013 3:29:16 PM
Myy yeah I could see it happen.
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#3PUNCHOUT1116Posted 1/12/2013 3:32:03 PM
I've heard good things, would buy it
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#4New LinkPosted 1/12/2013 3:34:07 PM
Have this game on linux, fantastic game.
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#5Phange 2(Topic Creator)Posted 1/12/2013 3:35:38 PM
For anyone who isn't aware of A:TDD, it's a survival horror game that is legitimately horrifying. It absolutely masters the concept of tension - letting your imagination scare you more than the game itself.
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#6AwayFromHerePosted 1/12/2013 3:35:47 PM
Meh, played it death already, not really worth buying on another platform.
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#7New LinkPosted 1/12/2013 3:40:40 PM
Phange 2 posted...
For anyone who isn't aware of A:TDD, it's a survival horror game that is legitimately horrifying. It absolutely masters the concept of tension - letting your imagination scare you more than the game itself.


There were several times in this game that I've taken off running trying to escape an enemy i thought i saw, but didn't. I'm unsure if the game makes you think you saw one on purpose, or it just scares the sanity out of you, either way it's phenomenal.
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#8cavebear56Posted 1/12/2013 3:44:23 PM
Great game.

Like the idea as then some people who aren't well versed with PC gaming could have a chance with it.

Does amazingly well with atmosphere and pacing. Another testament that horror games aren't dead, you just have to not stick with one system.

A certain water part in that game gave me memories of The Immortal from back in the day (the barrel part for those that remember that old game).
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#9ZvolTxPosted 1/12/2013 3:47:53 PM
I got it a while back.. Played it one night.. Haven't picked it up since.

Freaked me out man... Freaked me out...
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#10Phange 2(Topic Creator)Posted 1/12/2013 3:48:33 PM
New Link posted...
Phange 2 posted...
For anyone who isn't aware of A:TDD, it's a survival horror game that is legitimately horrifying. It absolutely masters the concept of tension - letting your imagination scare you more than the game itself.


There were several times in this game that I've taken off running trying to escape an enemy i thought i saw, but didn't. I'm unsure if the game makes you think you saw one on purpose, or it just scares the sanity out of you, either way it's phenomenal.


I had this happen to me once, and it was due to a mannequin in a gentlemen's study. I walked into a room filled with anatomical charts and caught the bust out of the corner of my eye and immediately shut the door to that room and high-tailed it. I eventually came back and gradually creaked the door open and saw it again, but stood there long enough to realize it wasn't a monster.
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