In Lament, you take the role of Michael Anderson, a researcher and archaeologist living in London, 1845. After a particularly unsuccessful expedition into the nature and origin of the mythical Orbs, your childhood friend and fellow archaeologist, Johnathan Crawford, has grown distant. Research is slowly crawling to a standstill, and doubts are creeping into the darker parts of your mind. Do you turn your back on the two years you've spent hunting a myth, or will you pursue it to the end?

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Kurton
Kurton Feb 17 2014, 9:54pm says:

cutie

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endosine
endosine Feb 18 2014, 4:45am says:

Nice!

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Yldrania
Yldrania Feb 18 2014, 4:55am says:

Thats a LOT of drinks!

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Ringo-Bingo
Ringo-Bingo Apr 18 2014, 6:40am says:

The office for the job,nice :)

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umbakarna
umbakarna Jul 21 2014, 8:32am says:

Glad to see someone else uses notebook too, but this one is far better than mine :) Looking at the specs, I highly doubt you have any lag or overheating problems.

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Seeing's how I don't have much progress to show you right now, I figured I'd do something I saw somebody else do for their custom story. That is to say, upload a picture of my laptop and it's specs, because that might interest some people.

Specs:
This is an HP Envy dv7, as you may have been able to tell. It has eight gigs of DDR3 ram, Windows 8.1 64-bit, a 15" 1600x900 display, and an AMD-A8 4500M APU. CAPSLOCK.

The integrated GPU part of the APU is referred to as either a Radeon HD 7640G (very misleading) or a Radeon HD 4500M (very accurate), and it's not particularly powerful, though I did manage to finish Crysis 3 without it overheating.
It runs Amnesia relatively well at 720p with high quality shadows and textures, albeit no SSAO, thanks to it being a well-optimized game. The HPL Level Editor does lag quite a bit in some of my levels, though it's not unbearable.
For screenshots I use a desktop PC I bought from a friend, though I don't have any pictures of it.

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