You play as Devon Troy, a man who wakes up in a mineshaft without remembering anything And so it goes, and so it goes. Most of us are more than content enough to live in our little loops we call life.
But of course, what happens when it Tomorrow evening. You have to leave the country in the next 24 hours Suddenly you realize you have forgotten crucial files The story begins with James Pierce, a 20 year old archaeology student studying at SOU, and currently living in the outskirts of Ashland, Oregon. He and Amnesia - The Chosen Ones 2 : A short story-driven horror experience.
You continue as the protagonist from the prequel, this time in search for the incredibly You receive a letter from an old friend, the fact you barely knew him assured you to go and meet him.
About This Game The last remaining memories fade away into darkness. Your mind is a mess and only a feeling of being hunted remains. You must escape. You stumble through the narrow corridors as the distant cry is heard.
It is getting closer. Amnesia: The Dark Descent puts you in the shoes of Daniel as he wakes up in a desolate castle, barely remembering anything about his past. Exploring the eerie pathways, you must also take part of Daniel's troubled memories. The horror does not only come from the outside, but from the inside as well. A disturbing odyssey into the dark corners of the human mind awaits. A sound of dragging feet? Or is your mind playing tricks on you?
By using a fully physically simulated world, cutting edge 3D graphics and a dynamic sound system, the game pulls no punches when trying to immerse you. Once the game starts, you will be in control from the beginning to the end. Web design and elaboration independent.
Back to the top. Screenshots Spiral. Horror at the well. Fountain of Youth. Originally a PlayStation 3-exclusive under Sony titled Adrift , it was cancelled in and later purchased by Capcom which resurrected it as a multi-platform game. Remember Me was praised for its world design, Olivier Deriviere 's soundtrack, the ambition of the story and the Memory Remix segments, while the main criticisms laid against other aspects of the story, poor design choices and formulaic combat. Remember Me features platforming , exploration and melee combat.
Players accomplish this by replaying a memory and modifying details to change the target's recollection of the outcome. In terms of combat, the game allows players to create and customise their own move combos in the Combo Lab, which uses four categories of fighting moves called Pressens. This is done by chaining them together, made possible through earning PMP Procedural Mastering Power , with a limit of four combos being active at any one time. The Pressen moves are Regen healing , Power damage , Chain duplication and doubling of previous moves and Cooldown regeneration of S-Pressen energy.
There are 50, possible Pressen combinations. Five S-Pressen moves will be made available to the player over the course of the game: the moves enable them to do things like stun groups of enemies, move at high speed and land more hits, or turn hostile robots into allies which then self-destruct. The invention of the Sensen has also resulted in the creation of Leapers, memory-addicted humans who have absorbed so many memories that their Sensen has degraded and they have mutated into subhuman form, now living in the sewers of Neo-Paris.
The game begins as Nilin Kezia Burrows ,  an Errorist imprisoned in the Bastille Fortress, is having almost all her memory wiped by Memorize. As she is taken to have the last of her memories wiped, a mysterious man called Edge, the leader of the Errorists and a man she only hears over her comm device, helps her escape. Edge tells her that she is an Errorist with the gift of both stealing and remixing memories. Nilin and Tommy are attacked by Olga Sedova, a bounty hunter chasing Nilin.
Nilin dives into Olga's mind and remixes her memory to make Olga believe that her husband was killed by a Memorize doctor. She then becomes an Errorist ally, and transports Nilin to her first destination. After retrieving and uploading the codes to Edge, he uses them to open the Saint-Michel dam, flooding the district.
Due to the flood draining out the slums, Nilin is able to infiltrate the Bastille and heads to the memory servers to free the stored memories of herself and the inmates while taking down Madame, the sadistic manager of the Bastille. With Madame defeated, Nilin releases the memories of the inmates and partially regains some of her own. She remembers the crime that landed her in the Bastille; on a mission, Nilin remixed the mind of a Memorize commander and made him believe he had killed his girlfriend.
The altered memory pushed him to commit suicide. Nilin reluctantly goes along with Edge's next plan: to remix the CEO of Memorize, Scylla Cartier-Wells, to make her see the harm her company's technology is causing. Nilin makes her way into Scylla's office and enters her mind, remixing the memory of a car crash which left her with a bitter taste against the world.