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  • Summary: Amnesia now comes with with 20% more horror and 10% less cake. Enjoy this brand new flavor of canned horror - manufactured with license by Aperture Science.
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  1. Nov 26, 2011
    10
    Holy crap this game is freaky. Definitely much less scary than Amnesia, but it creates much more pressure and Tension on the player. Essentially, the game keeps presenting you with a series of rooms (Portal Style) in which you have to solve a puzzle. In every room there is a prisoner, whom you can either kill or save. If you kill them, it's an easy way out. If you want to save them, you'll be facing a ''countdown'' and a monster will be released. This way, the game makes you panic.

    When compared to Amnesia, this game is much shorter, but much more condensed and intense. Less eerie, creepy than amnesia, but much more freaky. Essentially, it's great.
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  2. Aug 31, 2014
    10
    Justine has great pacing, better puzzles than The Dark Descent, and solid level design. The voice acting is very good, once again. The only real flaw with Justine is that the Suitors make no sense. They are malnourished, mutilated men that can kill you (and break down a 6 inch thick door at one point) by hitting you. Would it really have been too hard to make them hold an axe or something? Oh well, all things considered Justine is an amazing expansion pack well worthy of the Amnesia title. This little 40 minute game blows Machine for Pigs out of the water, by the way. Expand
  3. May 20, 2012
    8
    This was one great expansion, but it did seem to be lacking in some areas. First of all, this expansion is extremely short. To make up for the short length of this game, you aren't able to save, which makes sense. Like I said in my review for Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the controls can feel a bit awkward and slippery at times, but it's not that big an issue. The horror is still done perfectly, and Frictional Games never runs out of original ways to scare the player. The story in this expansion was a bit confusing for me at first, and I didn't quite fully grasp it like I did for The Dark Descent. Still though, if you're a true fan of horror games and loved The Dark Descent, you'll love this too. Expand