A story about one man, who bought deceased viking warrior's estate. He lived there until something went badly wrong... A full-conversion mod to Amnesia - The Dark Descent
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Not really my cup of goat's blood. There are some interesting settings here, but mostly it's just pulling levers. Boy howdy, will you get used to pulling levers. There's not much else, such as a narrative, going on. Writing "666" and drawing upside-down crosses everywhere is not storytelling (more like "Satanism for dummies"), and the voice acting is painful.
It's always neat with custom material, although it's a bit too blocky and shiny, and stands out from the default stuff. Love the candle though, even if you rarely need it, and will end the game with something like five spares. It also doesn't do much to immerse you in the time period, since everything else is anachronistic. There were no pianos or grandfather clocks in the 1500's, let alone steam engines.