Amnesia: The Dark Descent is an awesome graphic adventure survival horror game developed by Frictional Games for the Windows PC. Unfortunately the game was leaked by a hella-lame reviewer.
"I think the most alarming thing was that the game was available as a pirated copy 24 hours or so before release. This kind of 0-day release can be quite hurtful, as otherwise paying customers might be so anxious to play that they pirate and then forget to pay for it. Since we released the game online only, we were not expecting this and the source of the illegal copy was one of our review copies (with tracking info hacked away), Thomas Grip said in a Frictional Games blog post.
"We are not sure what to do about this in the future, but we will have to be more careful and perhaps not send out review copies to so many outlets. It could have gone a lot worse though as a the first review copies (of early builds) were sent out almost a month before release," Grip added.
That's sad. Frictional Games are one of the few developers that gives a damn about their games! It's lame people like this who ruins it for all of us!