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- Red Dead Redemption 2 bumped back to 2018, new screens released
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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Frictional Games
A new horror compilation has gone live today for PS4. Frictional Games’ Amnesia Collection brings players The Dark Descent, A Machine for Pigs, and the Justine expansion for the first time to PS4 via PSN. All three rely on atmosphere rather than mayhem, as players must stick to the shadows and avoid making contact with enemies in order to survive.
Amnesia developer Frictional Games’ latest sci-fi, horror-tinged adventure, Soma, is now available for PC and PS4. As a newcomer to the isolated underwater facility Pathos-II, players must investigate what’s caused the carnage they find as they explore bloody hallways and encounter sentient machines. The launch trailer offers a glimpse at what seems like a System Shock-esque nightmare, and what creative director Thomas Grip hopes proves to be a “creepy and provocative experience” for players.
Frictional Games, creators of Amnesia and Penumbra, have revealed the release date and a new trailer for their next title, Soma. Horror and sci-fi fans will be able to investigate why personnel have gone missing and what’s causing the service bots to act weird on Pathos-2 this summer, on September 22.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs has launched for PC on GOG, Desura, Steam, and other digital outlets. The atmospheric first-person horror title comes from Frictional Games and The Chinese Room, the studios behind Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Dear Esther, and is described as a “narrative-driven horror, free of combat and complex puzzles.”