Let’s Play Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

The second Amnesia game in the series flashes us forwards many, many years from the setting of the original game, but our character is somewhat related to the events of the first one. We’re in London, England and the owner of a meat processing plant, but the methods are definitely not your typical go around for this type of business. As you progress more into the story, weirder things start happening and you start seeing strange man-pig things running around. Your children get involved, and then you find out that you might be at conflict with yourself, or are you arguing with some sort of mystical orb? The plot is really weird and might even take a read through the Wikipedia to understand. Apparently, Amnesia: Rebirth gives a little more insight about this game and the original and wraps things up for us. I can’t wait to play that one for the first time and fill in the missing holes I have about the story here.

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