Teaser vid.

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#1 Edited by Toms115 (2316 posts) -

Not much to see here, though the more they show the less impact it has when it comes out, I guess. Can't wait to see more of what Frictional + thechineseroom can cook up. Very excited/nervous.

#2 Posted by Subjugation (4718 posts) -

Looks like an Amnesia game. I can only wonder if it will be as terrifying as Dark Descent.

#3 Posted by Captain_Felafel (1552 posts) -

Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck.

#4 Posted by BeachThunder (11702 posts) -

Definitely looking forward to more Amnesia induced nightmares :D D:

#5 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

I still really want to play the first Amnesia, but I'm really turned off by the mechanics of the game. Oh well, I'll probably end up buying it during some Steam sale anyways!

#6 Posted by thedj93 (1237 posts) -

woaaaaah. the typography on that titlecard looks nice as FUCK bro.

#7 Posted by Phatmac (5721 posts) -

:,(

#8 Posted by GJSmitty (651 posts) -

I'm ready.

#9 Posted by august (3827 posts) -

A game by Trent Reznor.

#10 Posted by CornBREDX (4813 posts) -

That's pretty great. Looks like there will be outdoor areas this time around. I'm excited!

I love frictional

#11 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

That's a weak subtitle.

#12 Posted by BeachThunder (11702 posts) -

@CornBREDX said:

That's pretty great. Looks like there will be outdoor areas this time around. I'm excited!

I love frictional

There were some last time too...

#13 Edited by TheHumanDove (2523 posts) -

@PeasantAbuse said:

That's a weak subtitle.

Really? It managed to free itself from a million other cliche subtitles in games/movies/everything.

#14 Posted by CornBREDX (4813 posts) -

@BeachThunder: I dont remember anything outdoors in the last amnesia game other then climbing around outside a window

#15 Posted by Pop (2606 posts) -

fuck this shit man, I can't play the dark descent cause it's too stressful I got about half way and stopped. This looks cool!

#16 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7051 posts) -
@PeasantAbuse

That's a weak subtitle.

It should have been Amnesia 2: Revelations.

No. A Machine for Pigs is a perfectly creepy/disgusting subtitle.
#17 Posted by Donkeycow (556 posts) -

@Cloudenvy said:

I still really want to play the first Amnesia, but I'm really turned off by the mechanics of the game. Oh well, I'll probably end up buying it during some Steam sale anyways!

You should have gotten it as part of the humble bundle.

#18 Posted by BeachThunder (11702 posts) -
#19 Posted by FengShuiGod (1478 posts) -

@Subjugation said:

Looks like an Amnesia game.

And Amnesia is like the Penumbra games. Which is why I am somewhat skeptical of this. Frictional seems to be a one note developer. Granted, Amnesia was the apotheosis of everything they have done so far, but I hope this is more than just another Frictional game. We don't know enough to say either way, and even if this is more Amnesia with only a little variation I'll be happy to pick it up, but I hoped for something a little better/different looking. Gathering parts to make a machine work so you can clear the passageway while you piece together the story via Lovecraftian diary entries only plays so many times. The inclusion of thechineseroom has my hopes up though.

#20 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

@Donkeycow: I thought about it at the time, but something about it mechanically really turns me off. However, as said, I'll probably end up buying it regardless in some sale! (and never, ever touch it).

#21 Posted by CornBREDX (4813 posts) -

@BeachThunder: Ya I remember now. That doesn't really count though. Haha- I don't wanna give spoilers but you know what I mean. Presumably, anyway, it will have more open areas. While there were glimpses of it in the last one, it was not fully explored.

#22 Posted by bvilleneuve (265 posts) -

Wow, this looks phenomenal. Though it looks similar gameplay-wise to Dark Descent, the plot description on the site sounds almost like it's taking a cue from the great Ice Pick Lodge game Pathologic.

I'm excited.

#23 Posted by The_Nubster (2047 posts) -

Oh god, seeing all of those wide-open areas reminded me of the column-filled cavern towards the end of Amnesia. The idea of being so exposed and being so vulnerable is absolutely horrifying. And then the actual gameplay in that trailer. . . oh shit man. Oh shit I don't want that game at all. Oh shiiiiiit. ):

(I'm still going to buy it)

#24 Posted by MiniPato (2721 posts) -

As scary as Amnesia 1 was, I think the monster designs were pretty weak. Their scariness came more from the fact that you had no way to fight back and they were hunting you. The monsters themselves weren't really that scary. So I think them going with a some kind of squealing pig mutant is a great way to go cause hearing the squeals as it broke down the door was pretty damn freaky.

#25 Posted by ThunderSlash (1555 posts) -

BWWOOOOMMM! *cuts to next scene*

Looks promising.

#26 Posted by Pibo47 (3166 posts) -

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK. Pig people!?!?! This game is FUCKED. Cannot wait.

#27 Posted by CrossTheAtlantic (1145 posts) -

@FengShuiGod said:

@Subjugation said:

Looks like an Amnesia game.

And Amnesia is like the Penumbra games. Which is why I am somewhat skeptical of this. Frictional seems to be a one note developer. Granted, Amnesia was the apotheosis of everything they have done so far, but I hope this is more than just another Frictional game. We don't know enough to say either way, and even if this is more Amnesia with only a little variation I'll be happy to pick it up, but I hoped for something a little better/different looking. Gathering parts to make a machine work so you can clear the passageway while you piece together the story via Lovecraftian diary entries only plays so many times. The inclusion of thechineseroom has my hopes up though.

I agree. Amnesia was so great because it was the perfect execution of the formula they created in the Penumbra series. I would definitely like to see them stretch themselves a bit, though. At least someone is still trying to make horror games though.

#28 Posted by Irvandus (2826 posts) -

Fuck, let the never ending nightmare begin.

#29 Posted by Beforet (2912 posts) -

EVIL. FUCKING. PIGS!

#30 Posted by Doctorchimp (4069 posts) -

No movie, videogame or story touches what Amnesia did. It actually fucking scared me.

I can't wait.

#31 Edited by Deusx (1903 posts) -

@CrossTheAtlantic said:

@FengShuiGod said:

@Subjugation said:

Looks like an Amnesia game.

And Amnesia is like the Penumbra games. Which is why I am somewhat skeptical of this. Frictional seems to be a one note developer. Granted, Amnesia was the apotheosis of everything they have done so far, but I hope this is more than just another Frictional game. We don't know enough to say either way, and even if this is more Amnesia with only a little variation I'll be happy to pick it up, but I hoped for something a little better/different looking. Gathering parts to make a machine work so you can clear the passageway while you piece together the story via Lovecraftian diary entries only plays so many times. The inclusion of thechineseroom has my hopes up though.

I agree. Amnesia was so great because it was the perfect execution of the formula they created in the Penumbra series. I would definitely like to see them stretch themselves a bit, though. At least someone is still trying to make horror games though.

Well they have the help of The Chinese Room (The guys from Dear Esther) so I bet this one is going to be a lot different and way better than their previous games.

This is just a rumour that´s been spreading on NeoGaf and /v/ so don´t take my word on this but I´ve heard that the game doesn´t have any HUD besides an inventory. You CANNOT pause the game. You just can´t. Only a save and quit button.

#32 Posted by Subjugation (4718 posts) -

@Deusx: If there really isn't any option to pause the game ... I don't know if I can do it. Pause is like my sanctuary from pissing my pants. I would prefer to stay dry.

#33 Posted by BeachThunder (11702 posts) -

@The_Nubster said:

Oh god, seeing all of those wide-open areas reminded me of the column-filled cavern towards the end of Amnesia. The idea of being so exposed and being so vulnerable is absolutely horrifying.

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo D:

As someone that gets lost easily, that part was extra terrifying.

#34 Posted by TentPole (1858 posts) -

@MariachiMacabre said:

@PeasantAbuse

That's a weak subtitle.

It should have been Amnesia 2: Revelations. No. A Machine for Pigs is a perfectly creepy/disgusting subtitle.

Best horror subtitle ever as far as I am concerned.

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#35 Posted by Landon (4130 posts) -

@PeasantAbuse said:

That's a weak subtitle.

Are you insane?! A Machine for Pigs! That sounds so fucking gnarly! YOU'RE a weak subtitle!

#36 Posted by Gravier251 (217 posts) -

Awesome, I wonder if it will have the same sort of cryptic lovecraftian overtones/feel. I rather enjoyed piecing things together with the story as I made my way through Amnesia. Looking forward to see what the addition of the Dear Esther folks brings to the game compared to Amnesia Dark Descent and the Penumbra series.

#37 Edited by Packie (255 posts) -

Amnesia... Fuck that game! I don't think I've ever been scared to go back to a game just from the creepy sound design. D:

And A Machine for Pigs is a brilliant subtitle. Screw the haters.

#38 Posted by valrog (3671 posts) -

This is turning out to be really grotesque. Ever since they revealed the subtitle. I don't know if I'll be foolish enough to play it, but it looks really awesome.

#39 Posted by Toms115 (2316 posts) -

the music at the end of the teaser was awesome, too.

#40 Posted by project343 (2812 posts) -

Can't even finish the original game. Now you introduce all this disgusting pig imagery? NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE.

#41 Posted by TheSouthernDandy (3786 posts) -
@PeasantAbuse

That's a weak subtitle.

Dude I have to disagree. A Machine for Pigs conjurs all kinds of uncomfortable imagery for me, I think it's pretty great. That trailer was pretty much what I was expecting. Terrifying. And that pig monster, sweet Jebus...
#42 Posted by Shookems (474 posts) -

Makes me think of this guy:

but probably way worse.

#43 Posted by spiceninja (3055 posts) -

@PeasantAbuse said:

That's a weak subtitle.

I think it's great. It conjures so much horrific imagery. I am so ready for this game.

#44 Posted by ocdog45 (675 posts) -

I want to play the first one now

#45 Posted by Turambar (6675 posts) -
@Cloudenvy said:

I still really want to play the first Amnesia, but I'm really turned off by the mechanics of the game. Oh well, I'll probably end up buying it during some Steam sale anyways!

It's part of the current humble indie bundle if that's still going.  can't get a better deal than that.
#46 Posted by nasseh (82 posts) -

Can't wait for this. After playing Dear Esther, which honestly scared the shit out of me a couple of times, I have faith that these two developers will deliver nothing less than an absolutely terrifying experience.

#47 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

@Turambar: Isn't that bundle over?

#48 Posted by Turambar (6675 posts) -
@Cloudenvy: Is it?  I don't know.
#49 Posted by ShaggE (6334 posts) -

Gah, that squealing... my body is simultaneously ready and extremely unready.

It's funny how pigs under non-horror circumstances are usually cute, delicious and lovable, but throw the word "machine" in there or involve Trent Reznor, and suddenly they are horrifying hellbeasts.

#50 Posted by Galiant (2179 posts) -

Being chased by giant pigs through creepy environments? It looks amazing, but I can't for the life of me finish the Amnesia I already own...it's scary as hell, but I'm also not having fun playing it. It's too bad.

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