My life is defined by the the sacrifice of a man over 2,000 years ago who never committed any crime or any injury to any law. His sacrifice was His very life, and His aim was the redemption of myself and a large body of others so graced with the same purchase. I now serve this Man with all that I am because of the love I have for Him. His name is Jesus Christ and if you want to know anything about me you should look to Him first. He is my standard, and one that I rarely meet. My daily life is a process of comparing myself to Christ and participating in an extremely humbling experience of mortifying every fatal inclination of my heart with the aim to be more like Christ with every helping of grace that I get from His gracious Spirit. All that I do and all that comes out of this social profile here on Google
Game Review on Sep 29th, 2013
It's different than the first game (A Dark Descent), but scary equally on quantitative levels if not qualitative. I think one could say that Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is a horror game for the thinking man. In story, this second one rises far far above the first. If you play this game, don't play it for fear of being completely vulnerable and helpless like the first game, play it to fear at the utter horror that should be had when you consider the events of the story.
Think about the character's motives. How did they set out with this goal, what were their sacrifices, what was the driving philosophy, and how does the player character change?
Mod Review on Jul 12th, 2012
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Mod Review on Aug 5th, 2011
It's short, it's not your typical game, in fact..it's not really a game! Don't download this expecting anything more than what the description says. However, if you have the expectations that the description gives you then you'll likely love it. I just wish that it WERE a full game as it has the potential to be as epic as Portal!