Frictional Games' terrifying Amnesia: The Dark Descent is getting an official Hard Mode next week, on September 28th, almost eight years after it first released on PC.
Microsoft has confirmed cult horror series The Amnesia Collection is coming to Xbox One on 31st August, 2018.
Those with a love of the macabre and a steely constitution are in for a treat; Amnesia: The Dark Descent and its follow-up A Machine for Pigs are currently free on the Humble Store.
Poo-yourself-it's-scary survival horror series Amnesia is headed to PlayStation 4 via a new console port.
The collection, imaginatively-named The Amnesia Collection, will arrive for download on 22nd November.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent, expansion Amnesia: Justine and sequel Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs are all included in the package. Fresh pants are not.
Cult classic first-person horror game Amnesia: The Dark Descent is free today on Steam.
Pants-ruining first-person horror-adventure Amnesia: The Dark Descent may have come out two years ago, but sales have shockingly increased since 21 months ago with the cumulative total coming to roughly a million units, developer Frictional Games has announced.
Plenty of good horror games have seen their prices slashed in the latest round-up of deals from the Steam Summer Sale.
The fifth Humble Indie Bundle has proven to be the most successful release in the series to date, organisers have announced.
Fortnight-long super offer Humble Indie Bundle 5 has added top titles Super Meat Boy, Lone Survivor and Braid to its steller line-up.
The fifth installment of the Humble Indie Bundle is here and it offers an absolutely top notch array of titles.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, a follow-up to the supremely scary 2010 PC survival horror, launches later this year, Frictional Games has announced.
As detailed on Joystiq, the game takes place in the same universe as the original but features an entirely new cast of characters.
Set in 1889, it follows "wealthy industrialist" Oswald Mandus who has just returned from an ill-fated trip to Mexico which ended in tragedy. He's picked up a fever and is haunted by visions of a mysterious machine.
Acclaimed PC survival horror Amnesia: The Dark Descent could be getting a sequel, judging by a new teaser site posted by developer Frictional Games.
PC survival horror Amnesia: The Dark Descent has been purchased 200,000 times in the four months since launch - well above its creators' initial estimates.
A post on Frictional Games' blog read, "Summarising all sales since release actually puts us in a state that we never imagined being in.
"When counting all online sales as well as the Russian retail copies, we have now sold almost 200,000 units! This is a tremendous amount and more than we ever thought we would. Our 'dream estimates' before release was something around 100k, and to be able to double that feels insane.