amnesia: the dark descent
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Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Amnesia is a first-person horror game with no combat, which is not to say no danger. You play a man named Daniel with no memory of who he is, who wakes up next to a note and an empty bottle in a largely abandoned, collapsing castle.
Stephen Lea Sheppard