Zamieszczono: 19 kwietnia
I enjoyed this game, though I found the end of the game a bit disappointing. I'm sure others will disagree and love the ending. The game is very tense, great atmosphere, and has an intriguing story woven into it. I noticed that many people compare this game to Dark Descent, so please note, this isn't a sequel, but a game that should stand on its own merits, and it has many. The first half of the game is very Lovecraftian (and I mean that in a "The Rats in the Walls" or "The Picture in the House" way, not a "Call of Cthulhu" way).
WARNING, POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOLLOW
What I didn't like, judge for yourself is this would be an issue for you, was that it began to stop being as much horror, and turn more into an action game towards the end. While you still have no ability to fight, your character is set "like an angel of death" to stop the evil that has been unleashed, which is a giant pseudo-magical GLaDOS-scale steampunk machine. And by GLaDOS-scale, I mean this machine has to take up a good chunk of the underground of London. And it was supposed to be built secretly, in the 1800's. Further, for the plot twists, I either saw them coming a mile off, or my ideas were better. Further, the Amnesia spoken of in the title is never explained. The main character seems to know everything about himself, except what's convenient to the plot. I just wish the game had ended on a more horrific note, instead of reaching a really epic scale.
This criticism aside, though, it is a great game, and I heartily endorse it.