Amnesia: The Dark Descent, a first person survival horror. A game about immersion, discovery and living through a nightmare. An experience that will chill you to the core.
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Veröffentlichung: 8. Sep. 2010

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"Rich in atmosphere and big on scares, Amnesia: The Dark Descent goes where survival-horror fears to tread."
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Über dieses Spiel

Die letzten Erinnerungen verschwinden in der Dunkelheit. Ihre Seele ist aufgewühlt und alles was Ihnen bleibt ist das Gefühl von Verfolgung. Sie müssen fliehen.
Erwachen Sie...
Amnesia: The Dark Descent ist ein Horrorabenteuer in der Ego-Perspektive, in dem Sie einen Alptraum durchleben. Ein Erlebnis, das Ihnen die Knochen gefrieren lässt.
Sie stolpern durch einen engen Korridor, während Sie die Schreie in der Ferne hören können.
Es kommt näher.
Erforschen Sie...
In Amnesia: The Dark Descent sind Sie Daniel, der in einem verlassenem Schloss erwacht und sich kaum noch an seine Vergangenheit erinnern kann. Erforschen Sie die unheimlichen Gänge und übernehmen Sie Daniels aufgewühlte Erinnerungen. Der Horror kommt nicht nur von Außen sondern auch von Innen. Eine unheimliche Odysee in die dunklen Ecken der menschlichen Seele erwartet Sie.
Hören Sie Schritte? Oder spielt Ihr Verstand Ihnen nur einen Streich?
Erleben Sie...
Mit Hilfe einer voll simulierten Welt, hochmodernen 3D Grafiken und einem dynamischen Soundsystem werden Sie in dem Spiel versinken. Sie haben von Anfang bis Ende die volle Kontrolle über das Spiel. Es gibt in diesem Spiel keine geschnittenen Szenen oder Zeitsprünge, alles was passiert, erleben Sie selbst.
Irgendetwas steigt herab aus der Dunkelheit. Es kommt näher. Schnell.
Überleben Sie...
Amnesia: The Dark Descent wirft Sie kopfüber in eine gefährliche Welt in der die Gefahr hinter jeder Ecke lauern kann. Zu Ihrer Verteidigung können Sie sich nur verstecken, rennen oder Ihren Verstand benutzen.
Haben Sie das Zeug zum Überleben?

Systemvoraussetzungen

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: 2.0 GHz - CPUs wie z.B. Celeron oder Duron sollten mind. die zweifachen CPU Geschwindigkeit aufweisen
    • Speicher: 2 GB
    • Festplatte: 3 GB frei
    • Grafik: Radeon X1000/GF 6 - Integrierte Grafikchips und sehr langsame Grafikkarte werden eventuell nicht funktionieren.
    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Mac OS X 10.5.8 oder neuer
    • Prozessor: 2.0 GHz
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Radeon X1000/GeForce 6 (integrierte Intel Graphics nicht unterstützt)
    • Festplatte: 2 GB frei
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Mint 13 LTS, Fedora 16, fully updated
    • Processor: 2.0Ghz - Low budget CPUs such as Celeron or Duron needs to be at about twice the CPU speed.
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: Radeon X1000/GeForce 6 - Integrated graphics and low budget cards might not work.
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Januar
Immernoch einer meiner Favoriten selbst wenn ich im ersten Play nur derjenige war der es für meine Mitspieler spielen dürfte, weil diese zu ängstlich waren. Ich leibe die Atmosphäre des Games einfach, es ist einfach etwas ganz anderes und für mich war es so, das ich im laufe des spiels immer weiter in diese kleine dunkle Welt gezogen wurde. Nicht etwas für jeden aber definitv zu empfehlen ;)
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898 von 984 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
16 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
14.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Oktober 2014
Get Amnesia they said, it will be fun they said.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. November 2014
Ein sehr düsteres Spiel mit vielen Puzzeln und Knobelaufgaben! Für viele (ältere) Menschen wohl nicht ganz soo gruselig, aber Story, Atmosphäre und Umsetzung sind gut gelungen! Einige Stunden SPielzeit und stetig neuer Kontent durch die Community! Sehr gut!

Grafisch völlig in ordnung, ich bekam es im Sale für 5 Euro, aber 17 Euro für das Spiel? Muss nicht sein, wär sich schnell schocken lässt, ist hier aber richtig! Ist eben ein Klassiker....
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Januar
Mir fällt es schwer dem Spiel eine gute Review zu schreiben, da ich das Spiel zwar mit einem guten Gefühl durch gespielt habe aber ich genau weiß, dass es nicht ein Spiel für jeden ist. Es hat eine gute Atmosphäre aber wer sich nicht drauf einlässt und es nur spielt, um es durchzuspielen, der wird am Ende meckern, es sei nicht gruselig gewesen.
Der Horror lässt ebenfalls schwer nach wenn man feststellt, dass der Tod keinerlei Konsequenzen hat. Ich bin kein Experte und kann dementsprechend keinen Verbesserungsvorschlag geben aber durch diese Konsequenzlosigkeit driftet das Spielgefühl von "Angst" zu einem "nur" leichten Unbehagen über, was schade ist.
Auch hatte ich im Spielverlauf einen Bug der mich fast zum Ragequit gebracht hätte. Eine bestimmte Tür durch die man durch muss öffnet sich nicht und bewegt sich keinen Centimeter, egal ob man zieht oder drückt. Irgendwann nach 10 Minuten des Links- und Rechtsspammen hat es doch funktioniert aber sowas sollte nicht passieren.
Trotzdem würde ich das Spiel jedem Horrorfan weiterempfehlen.
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5 von 8 Personen (63%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Dezember 2014
Was ein Klasse Schocker
10/10
man jedes mal aufs neue Gänsehaut Garantie
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8 von 14 Personen (57%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
11.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. November 2014
best horror game ever
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644 von 727 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
21 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
31.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Oktober 2014
I was constipated all week.
Then i played this game.
#Instantrelief
10/10
Would recommend this game to anyone with severe bowel movement disfuctions
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379 von 422 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
37.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. November 2014
By far, the strongest laxative ever made.
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478 von 581 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Oktober 2014
-Recipe for playing this game-

Ingredients:
- 1 cozy blanket (2 is also good)
- 1 computer or laptop
- 1 installed Amnesia game
- 2 nice chairs
- 1 Dark room
- 1 willing boyfriend who has experience with the game
- 1 pillow or stuffed animal to hug (or the arm of the boyfriend, but he might disagree about that when he got puncture wounds from your nails after the first jumpscare)

Directions:

1. Start up the computer, it may take a while depending on how good your system is. Use the startup time to go on a treasure hunt for the other ingredients. Also make sure that the room is dark enough.

2. Persuade your boyfriend to play Amnesia. It could be that he declines, if so, capture him with a Pokéball.

3. Wrap yourself and the boyfriend in a blanket and sit in the chairs in front of the Computer.

4. Now it's safe to start Amnesia, make sure you keep your distance.

5. Let the boyfriend play it, specially when he is experienced with the game, just sit back and ask silly questions which he probably already gave the answer to but you were too spooked to listen.

6. Enjoy!
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140 von 149 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
8.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Oktober 2014
Similar to the Penumbra games, Amnesia: TDD is all about atmosphere and storytelling. The biggest difference between the two series is that Amnesia does include more of the classic horror induced moments of being chased and hunted. Not that Penumbra didn't have a bit of that, but I'd say in Amnesia, there were specific moments designed to inject some action.

Overall however, the game is paced similarly. I could wander about, sip some coffee, read my notes and mementos and take in my surroundings.
This may sound casual but what Amnesia succeeds in doing is creating a sense of dread. Brennenburg Castle is a miserable place and rarely do you find yourself feeling too comfortable. When an enemy does discover you and then gives chase, it is probably one of the more scary moments I've experienced in a game. The music, the blurriness of your view, the sound of the monster chasing you...not to mention, when you do finally get behind a closed door and find a hiding spot, you then get to watch as the door is violently brought down into pieces. All you can do is hope you're not spotted as you stare at the wall (there is a "sanity" element if you're new to these games). IRL, I am guilty of some audible "gasping" during these moments. During one particular chase I couldn't find an adequate path to get away from my pursuer and let out a frightened yelp that I am ashamed to even admit. Though, it is important to mention that I allowed the game to get under my skin purely because it was better that way. I could have played it and completely steeled myself from letting it get to me (e.g. left the lights on, lowered the sound, casually approached the objectives), but what's fun about that? For me, nothing.

As far as the story is concerned, I felt compelled to move forward to find the next clue. I could feel a bit of excitement (or perhaps it's better described as relief) every time I saw a new note to read or completed a puzzle. Naturally I won't reveal any spoilers just in case someone does read this review.

I must emphasize that this is not a game full of jump scares and over the top gore. With that being said, there are some very disturbing scenes that you come across. I walk away from this game still thinking about some of what I experienced. Not just from the imagery but the story in general. Per the recommendation from the developers when you first start the game, play with the lights off, don't worry about saving and allow the story to drive you forward.
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267 von 320 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
68.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Oktober 2014
All the dead people have real ding dongs, ten outa ten!
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234 von 279 Personen (84%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
58.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Oktober 2014
The only person who is not naked in this game is you. 10/10 would stand on a pile of dead naked men again.
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104 von 111 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
38.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Oktober 2014
I actually do reviews for games on Giant Bomb and PC Gamer... and one game I have trouble reviewing is Amnesia Dark Decent. It's not that I'm indecisive it's just, I can't find the proper words to ever describe this game. You couldn't possibly understand what this game means to me. You might like it and the horror genre would say it's a great game but to me it's more. This game single handedly restored my faith in horror games and got me playing them again. After Resident Evil 5/6 and after Silent Hill Homecoming and Downpour I stopped. Stopped playing, stopped reading up on, stopped caring about horror games. Resident Evil I saw coming but Silent Hill too? This mass appeal mindless action ♥♥♥♥♥♥*t needs to stop. Survival horror was the genre that got me into gaming and then I saw the genre just up and leave us fans for more sales from the Call of Duty players. Action is where it's at? As the head developer for Resi 6 said "Survival Horror games are no longer popular, we needed a new direction and new ideas" well guess what... Amnesia proved Survival Horror still has plenty of new ideas to bring to the genre and proved that the genre is not dead.

Amnesia is art.... it's artwork crafted by brilliant minds. Look past all the fun scary chases and the jumpscares, just look at the game. A first person game that doesn't have weapons? Yeah imagine that. You hide and run from monsters, much like people would do in real life. But if you break down the level design, the choice of imagery, the methodically detailed environments. You will see true beauty within. If I may quote some negative reviews here "water monster wasn't all that great of an enemy, he doesn't even have a character design. It's lazy...." yes they had limited resources however this isn't lazy design choices. The fact that you cannot see the water monster is more terrifying than any other creature in the game. It plays off your imagination, the fear of the unknown. Your mind subconsciously filled the blank with your worst fear which gave this monster so much memorability. The water monster is one of the most memorable moments, everyone talks about it and that's the reason.

After such a horrifying experience with the water monster, what happens? You walk into a well light room with a fountain that supplies the calming sound of running water, a hole in the ceiling with light seeping through (one of the first times you see the light of day in this game), beautiful music plays softly in the background and the room has a tint of blue in the air. This is no randomly designed room, no this is a reward. This is saying "Hey you made it through that horrible experience, breathe relax a bit. You deserve it" and that is something I haven't seen before. No stupid achievement unlocked, no legendary loot, no high score and no misspelled CONGRADURATIONS. In a game that plays on your fear and emotions, they reward with such. They made you crap your pants, now they're making you feel relaxed. And that means more than any achievement.

The story is rich and it plays along with the tension in the game. The enemies aren't scary on the level of a jumpscare but rather the fear of being chased. Jumpscares are cheap thrills, true fear is much harder to achieve in a gamer and much more satisfying for the gamer. They accomplish this in many ways. Never knowing what danger lurks beyond the glow of your lamp, the dark abyss continuously hunts you down, the monsters are not just some scary looking monsters for the sake of "boo look at me I'm scary" they're people you tortured and sacrificed for your own safety against the darkness, their disfigured bodies are representations of the guilt you bare in the deepest parts of your conscious despite suffering Amnesia you still feel it, led astray by someone you thought you could trust, no escape or easy way out the only path is down and it's bathed in darkness as you descend slowly into your past with each step you lost sanity, walls are shaking, the crackling sound of your own mind is louder than your beating heart as you're chased by a horrifying disfigured creature you created, the sound of screeching can be heard when they're getting closer letting you know how close you are to death.

Oh... jeez I... I can go on and on about this game. Hell I want too... but if this gets any longer it will be considered a novel. The best thing I can say about this game? Play it... please. I beg you if you're a fan of horror games, if you like being scared, if you like a good story or immersion or hell if you just want to play a damn good game; play this game!

This is without a doubt my favorite game of all time. The favorite game, not one of. That's hard to say, but it's true. I never game 10 out of 10. I always made fun of other reviewers who did, saying no game is perfect. 10 out of 10 is saying it's the masterpiece of all gaming and cannot be improved in any way, shape or form. However, I've seen my mistake. You don't give it a 10 based on some score that means nothing to anyone else other than you. You're giving it a 10 based on the experience the game gave you. And based on that, Amnesia The Dark Decent was given my very first 10 out of 10.
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115 von 145 Personen (79%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
3.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. November 2014
You go insane after looking at bald, naked men.
Ken/10.
What even.
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40 von 41 Personen (98%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Januar
A true classic and the benchmark by which all other horror games are judged.

Amnesia is an old school horror experience where it is what you can't quite see that terrifies you more than what you can see. It puts you on the edge of madness and terror and keeps you there without ever pushing you to the point where it because mundane.

The story is actually very engaging, with the protagonist being an Englishman suffering amnesia, stumbling around a dark castle searching for answers. But those answer are unlikely to bring you joy. However whilst the story is horrific enough, the true brilliance of this game is the way it injects you with a feeling of utter helplessness and despair. You never feel like you have any options other than to run and hide, and even those options feel temporary, simply putting off the inevitable for a little longer. And yet run and hide you do.

And no game I have ever played has used darkness so effectively. It is both your best friend and greatest enemy at the same time. It will hide you from the terrors, but it will expose you to the insanity brewing in your own mind. So you flit from light to dark, never able to truly feel comfortable in either.

Everything about this game works well to produce a true feeling of fear. The sound and the visuals are great and the game mechanics are actually very cool. Pushing and pulling items around, moving chairs in front of doors, it all works to give that genuine horror movie experience.

If you like horror games this is a must have. And I dare you to play it at night, with the lights off and headphones one :)

I recorded my full play through and you can watch it here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQyIjLHJg70&list=PL5204B6DA22162CC3&index=1

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32 von 35 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
2.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. November 2014
1.) Bought Game
2.) Played for 2 hours
3.) ♥♥♥♥ my pants
4.) Uninstall Amnesia and Steam
5.) Throw my Computer out of window
6.) Clean my pants


10/10
3 spooky 5 me.
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36 von 44 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
7.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. November 2014
Your enjoyment of Amnesia: The Dark Descent hinges almost entirely on what you expect to get out of it.

As a horror game, certainly what it’s advertised and probably considered by most to be, it shockingly comes across as rather...uninteresting. It does an amazing job setting a tense, foreboding atmosphere, layering on copious amounts of disturbing exposition and twisted imagery. And then sort of throws it away when it attempts to bring it all to boiling point and scare you out of your wits, relying on a sluggish, rather dimwitted monster which is rather less than frightening and scare tactics which all too quickly become predictable.

The sense of dread I felt when I first awoke in the mysterious castle that makes up Amnesia, was lost after just a few hours, as it became dreadfully easy to guess exactly when and how the game would attempt to scare me, no matter how much I kept hoping that it would reject my expectations. Picking up key items, opening a particularly unappealing door, or finding a note; Amnesia’s list of triggers is short and used liberally, making for an experience that quite frankly left me a bit annoyed at how little it managed to get to me. I was practically begging to be scared by the end, but aside from a few very brief standout sections Amnesia almost does more to set you at ease than it does to freak you out.

I say all this, and yet, Amnesia is still immensely compelling as something completely atypical of what I would have guessed: a traditional adventure game. Behind the gruesome imagery and very effective atmosphere, the excellent puzzle designs and exploration were what kept me intrigued and wanting to come back to the game. Though they’re often simple in design, there’s a rewarding logic to each puzzle that makes them unexpectedly enjoyable to solve. Frictional Games manages to make blind exploration and continual backtracking interesting and continually stimulating, with each area you visit being visually distinct and engaging, and often holding within contextual exposition that creates a great sense of place and causes the castle to feel far larger than just the areas you explore.

When you’re not solving puzzles, the disorganized narrative compels you forward, leaving you vague notes that give just enough information to make you want to learn more while rarely telling you the whole story until the very end. Finding the details of this plot are often disturbing and thoroughly unpleasant, leaving me feeling rather mixed about my protagonists actions but nonetheless complacent as I couldn’t leave this story unfinished. The flashbacks/hallucinations that your character often witnesses gives a look into how the castle used to operate, horribly inhumane and driven by some mysterious supernatural element, but all the same a place I wanted to learn more about if only so I could make sense of my character’s madness.

This madness is perhaps the game’s strongest achievement, distorting the world around you and causing you to see things that may very well not be there. Staying too long in the dark wears on your sanity, requiring you to ransack every room you come across so you can be sure to have enough oil for your lantern and tinderboxes to light candles and torches. I was a bit disappointed that these resources came in such large supply, as it made darkness less of a threat and more of an occasional hindrance to your view, but the mechanic was still engaging enough to cause me to pay more attention to the environment and as a result find things I may otherwise have missed.

It’s a little funny to me that despite being let down by the aspect that I expected would have prevented me from even finishing the game, what I found underneath it proved more than enough to push me through the game. If you’re hoping Amnesia will leave you terrified and sleeping with the lights on, you’ll most likely be let down by the underdeveloped, somewhat lazy frights found here. But if you can appreciate the game without those prerequisites, there’s an eerie and twisted adventure game waiting to swallow you whole into its brilliantly realized darkness.
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47 von 63 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
95.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. November 2014
The best horror game ive ever played. :D
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26 von 28 Personen (93%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
11.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. Oktober 2014
Very atmospheric, very scary. Definitley play alone, in a dark room, with headphones on. If you're looking to be scared, you won't be disappointed.
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42 von 55 Personen (76%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
13.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. November 2014
"I make $4M a year by screaming like an idiot into a camera"

"8/10, don't make enough money."
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