Amnesia: The Dark Descent, a first person survival horror. A game about immersion, discovery and living through a nightmare. An experience that will chill you to the core.

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Joel8160 Oct 26 2010 says:

>>>*Warning SPOILERS!!!*<<<

When I played this game and came in front of the Fountain, I felt at peace
Very relaxing soothing music cleared my mind completely forgetting all the horrors I have encountered until that damn Shadow Guardian had to defile this sacred fountain. That was the moment I made that Shadow my nemesis and number one enemy. Second being that inhumane Alexander.

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RancidRandy Dec 29 2011 replied:

The music kept my head straight in this hall.. Very atmospheric, calming. But that baby head is pretty damn unsettling :P

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IsaacJGL Jul 20 2012 replied:

*SERIOUS SPOILER* At the very ending, alexander says "Can't you find any good in me? Or evil in agrippa?" He also made memory capsules saying things about "my love" and things like that.

"as long as I think of you, I know I'm better than the others, I weep for them, the lust for power without restraint."

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taesiri Jul 20 2011 says:

i like this one!

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DoomTaker Apr 23 2012 says:

If i ever play this i'll have to go get my friends and let them sleep in my house until I finish this

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Animedash144 May 26 2013 says:

I feel so bad.. I really want this game, but then it reminds me of how bad i am in solving puzzles.
So yeah... I feel bad about it.....

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