So it turns out that the previously cancelled Unrated version of the horror game for edgelords is back on. Madmind Studio has announced that Agony Unrated, a fully uncensored version of its controversial horror title, will launch on October 31. ‘Today, after a few months since the release of Agony, the deadline for contracts binding
Agony as a game has been fraught with both hype and controversy since its announcement and Kickstarter campaign. As time wore on, the increasingly shocking and disgusting trek through the depths of Hell in Agony took shape, and people took notice. The rumblings started almost immediately, with a mix of reactions. Some positive, and some
Madmind Studio are planning to re-implement content cut from their horror game Agony, and then to release the back onto Steam. Several of the games endings were modified shortly before release, as the developer decided to walk back some of the more extreme content, instead of issuing a patch that restored censored content. Which makes
Madmind Studios has decided to drop their plan to release an “uncensored” patch for the game to circumvent legal issues with horror game Agony. The company probably got called out by the group(s) reviewing the game about that approach and decided it wasn’t worth getting the game into hot water, even more so than it’s
Agony from Mad Mind Studios is out on 29 May on PC and consoles, and the game looks horrific. Today Mad Mind announced a new mode that will launch with the game called Agony Mode. The big draw within this mode is the procedural generation algorithm that creates a maze from game assets for players
Agony, the horror game that’s so edgy it needs an “uncensored” patch, is coming out on May 29. Since the initial reveal on Kickstarter in 2016, Agony has been making waves in the video game industry for a lot of reasons. And now the developer has finally revealed when that have of hype will come
Agony is one hell of a game, in some of the worst ways. And that mentality is entirely by design because Agony is a horror game that's trying to toy with your expectations and your mind. But there's a problem.