Nov 042016

Episode 17: A Monster for A Monster
It’s not fair! I’m not to blame. I’ve been manipulated by that demon. He played my guilty conscience and duped me into facing the shadow alone. That vile, conspiring man. He expects me to meet my death as he steals power beyond imagination?

Alexander, I will kill you for what you have done. If only the shadow had caught me in London or Algeria, I wouldn’t have to suffer this humiliation. You made me a murderer, a monster!

And now, I merely await my death. I’m too weak to press on. I can hardly stand as my knees fail me, I cannot see, as my eyes are dressed in tears. I’m as broken as the men I’ve tortured. If only I could wipe my fear away as we did with them.
Episode Horror Rating: ☠☠☠ (3/5 Skulls)

Game Review: ★★★★★ (5/5 Stars)
Amnesia is a true masterpiece. It’s not just a horror game, but a work of art that combines absolutely everything anyone could possibly long for in a horror game, and more. The story is breathtaking, and it’s a tragedy that least of the people who put this game on their YouTube channels put a focus on it over running around with fake screams in their throats. The voice-acting is brilliant. There isn’t a single sentence in this game spoken in a way you’d doubt its authenticy. The game combines jumpscares, psychological horror, atmospheric terror and monsters in a unique way I haven’t seen achieved in any other horror game out there to this day.

I am convinced that Amnesia: The Dark Descent is one of the best horror games, I’d even go as far as to say one of the best games (in general) ever made and I can only recommend it to anyone who enjoys being terrified and deeply impressed at the same time.
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