A compelling continuation of the Amnesia story, canonically taking place seconds after the "Portal ending". Explore the alien world that holds the secrets of the Orb, the Guardian, and Alexander.
A very well-needed ending to the cliffhanger that the ending gave you. Thank you so much for making this! Although I became very frustrated in running from the Guardian because I didn't know where to go. However, that was clearly my fault and not the mods and I feel like a moron now. Overall, it's a very good mod for one that was completely made by just one person -- bravo to you sir.
- I absolutely LOVED the take on this being a sequel to the original Amnesia.
- Fantastic skybox.
- The environment overall, both the outside and the inside, made me feel like I was in Alexander's dimension.
- Great storyline. The notes had proper spelling and grammar, and even added new monsters to the Amnesia universe.
- Not enough scares.
- Tears in the map, for instance under the second Justine picture and between rocks.
Beautiful ending, BEAUTIFUL ENDING! I got really impressed with the Inner Sanctum and the Secret Passage. STUNNING visuals! Really well made. The idea of different realms and guardians of each orb is REALLY impressive.
I didn't manage to get all the notes and find the 'secret room', though, so I missed the prize. I gotta keep trying, I guess. :)
The part where you get into the 'start' of the original Amnesia was totally unexpected! It killed me right away, and even though there's nothing meaningful in the ending, I almost broke into tears for some reason.
Overall, 10 out of 10! AMAZING!
This story was very unique. The concept of continuing Amnesia's story was not a good one, but this executes it perfectly. The environments are beautiful and the story lets you immerse yourself into it.
This is one of the only custom stories that terrified me. When I got the Master Orb and had to run from the Guardian, my heart was pounding. The ending was beautiful and I will definitely try to find the secret room and get the one note I missed.
The only problem I have with this story was that it was relatively short. Other then that, you've done perfectly. Nine out of ten for you, my man!