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A completely new chapter in the most prominent modern horror game series.

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, a terrifying survival horror game set in Victorian London, on the edge of insanity and nightmare, is available for pre-orders 20% off on GOG.com. That's only $15.99 before the game is released on September 10.

Cold sweat running down my back, I sit wide awake in my bed. Before the fever is back, I have a moment of clarity to reflect upon my dreams. The noise of the machine that haunts them still sounds in my head. The visions of infernal machinery are driving me insane, never revealing the installations whole form nor purpose. All I'm certain about is my fear. The cold sting of its needle pierces right through my heart. The world feels more and more like a small cardboard box, and its walls are getting closer, and closer. Finally, they will close on me and trap me inside, like in a little coffin. Even though the window is open, and the cold, damp air of the London night extends its tendrils down my lungs, I don't feel that I can breathe freely as the fear consumes me. I can hear that infernal engine again. Strange, I could've sworn I'm not asleep anymore.

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, the indirect sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent excels in the art of terror storytelling. Using first-person perspective gameplay, suggestive visuals, and chilling ambiance, it creates an experience that all horror fans will deeply appreciate. Altering and expanding the ideas used in the previous Amnesia story, the game offers a new level of immersion and interaction, that will make you feel a part of the events more than ever before. With a gripping story-line, perfect pacing, and atmospheric environment design, this title is everything you need to make your heart beat faster.

Pre-order Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs for only $15.99 on GOG.com today, and start preparing for one of the most terrifying and unsettling gaming experiences of your life. The 20% pre-order discount offer lasts until the game's release, which is expected on September 10.
Yeah, no Linux support on this one really makes me consider purchasing this elsewhere.
Yup, I'm going to have to buy from Frictional Games because I want the Linux version.

GOG, Y U NO LINUX SUPPORT?!
Yesss. I have waited so long for this.
GOGdamnit, went ahead and bought it. Along with the whole D&D promo. This site is so bad for my impulse control...
Going to hold off as long as possible before buying on Steam for Linux support.
It's 15,99€ on steam... full price. 12,79€ pre-order price...

I wonder why there's such a difference.

Well, taking in account change, it's more or less the same price (a bit more on GoG where I googled the change).
Post edited August 16, 2013 by Zoidberg
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Zoidberg: Wow, another big difference in price with Steam...to Steam's benefit :/

It's 15,99€ there... full price. 12,79 pre-order price... :/
what? it's cheaper here...

12,79 EUR > 15,99 USD
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Zoidberg: Wow, another big difference in price with Steam...to Steam's benefit :/

It's 15,99€ there... full price. 12,79 pre-order price... :/
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Kunovski: what? it's cheaper here...

12,79 EUR > 15,99 USD
Uh, don't mind while I gather my thoughts... :P
You're right, I must have mixed them up. :D
Post edited August 16, 2013 by Zoidberg
I will likely preorder this, I really enjoyed the first game.
I wonder if there'll be a Humble Version! :D
I'm going with the Steam (or Humble) version because their is no Linux version on GoG ;(
The game looks visually great. Nice work, The Chinese Room & Frictional Games. And it has even Czech track. If I wasn't a chicken when first-person horror is involved, I'd go for it :).
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Mivas: The game looks visually great. Nice work, The Chinese Room & Frictional Games. And it has even Czech track. If I wasn't a chicken when first-person horror is involved, I'd go for it :).
try Gone Home - it feels like first-person horror sometimes but isn't, so it's a good practice :) also, the writing is really great!
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Paul_cz: I consider finishing Amnesia, with headphones at night, one of my most proud gaming achievements :-)
That dose of horror lasted me years, not sure if I am ready for another just yet..
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Kunovski: can I ask? is there actually some interesting story worth experiencing, or is it just creeping around getting scared by authors on every occasion? :D this is the reason I try to play Penumbra from time to time - as I really want to know what happened in that bunker - but Amnesia always seemed just like a scary house without anything else in it but "boo"s...
Amnesia is definitely about the atmosphere, there is a story and I remember it being interesting, but I do not actually remember much in a way of specifics of it.
YEEEEES, IT IS COMING!

I KNEW it would have to end here eventually! :P

Will preorder when money will arrive :)