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Post by Eorl @ 11:42am 12/10/13 | 1 Comments
Since launching their cryptic teaser website last month, Amnesia developer Frictional Games has finally drawn the curtains on their latest title, offering a gameplay teaser trailer for first-person sci-fi horror SOMA.

Reminiscent of Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the new gameplay takes a look at the very twisted happenings inside PATHOS-2 research facility. Awoken by your conscious, the main protagonist is soon questioning what exactly is going on, with an eerie sense of silence about the place that can only suggest bad things.
Strange occurrences are disrupting the routines of the PATHOS-2 research facility. The radio is silent. Behavioral anomalies of the machines are increasingly dangerous, if not... malevolent. The facility is devolving into chaos. No weapons, and the only escape is practically unthinkable.

From Frictional Games, creators of the groundbreaking Amnesia and Penumbra series, SOMA is an aberrant tale of scientific inquiry and survival; an entropic exploration of synapse and circuit that wades through the delusions of human consciousness.
Frictional Games also revealed that SOMA is planning for a 2015 release, though currently only for PC and PlayStation 4 with no other platform mentions. Check it out below for some spooky brain waves.






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Nougati
Posted 02:33pm 12/10/13
Looks like it has a lot of potential to revitalise the Sci-Fi horror genre after Dead Space came in and paraded around for a bit. Very excited to see how they go!
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