I need a staff badge to get through here. Maybe there's one around somewhere.
I used the badge I found to open the door.
Looks like this leads to more offices but the stairwell is blocked.
Even this serene landscape painting looks ominous.
A small coffee table littered with half empty mugs and glasses.
I need the staff room key to get in here. In must be around somewhere.
I've opened the door using the staff key.
A stack of Mason Institute materials. Letterhead, brochures and the like.
I don't want to imagine what happened here.
Filled with patient visitation logs and receptionist notes.
Another vending machine full of snacks I can't get to. If I get desperate enough, I'll smash the glass.
Portraits of the board. Dr. H Desroches, Dr M Mosley and Dr D Khourshid.
This is the exit. I need to deactivate lockdown first.
Yes it's open! Almost there. I can taste the freedom.
Wait. What? There's the body of a caretaker here. It looks as though he was changing the lights...does that mean...
The handles broken off. There must be something important behind this door...
It's locked from the other side. There's no way in this way.
Full of food wrappers and empty soda cans. Nothing I can use here.
A small wooden bench I'm guessing for the staff. The food is half eaten and still on the plate.
Who could have written this?
I don't want to guess at what this is...
Someone has made a make-shift barrier here using benches and a vending machine. What were they trying to keep out?
There's just no way I can move all of this stuff on my own. I'll have to find another way around.
Poor guy has been eviscerated. So much blood. His name tag says 'J Dickinson'.
There's a control panel here that opens the checkpoint doors. Looks like it's been sabotaged. A new battery would fix it.
Perfect, the control panel is powered and the door should now be unlocked.
This doesn't bode well. I need to stay alert, there could be someone still in here with me.
This was probably used to check patients in and out. It's not working right now.
A filing cabinet full of patient mugshots and bios.
The door is locked tight. I need to activate a control panel somewhere.
The door is now open. I can go through.
These look like patient cells of some kind, It's locked and I can't hear anyone inside.
Patient #4. K. Van Sant.
Patient #12. G. Park.
This cell door has been opened and there's a foul smell coming from inside.
Patient #18. The rest of the name plaque has been scratched off.
Freedom. At least we have some things in common.
The door is locked. I need to divert the cells backup power to it. There must be a fusebox around here somewhere.
The door is now powered, I can go through.
There's a palm print scanner on this door.
The door is now open. I can go through.
Notes about patient 18's psycological profile. Particularly about his split personality disorder.
Head of security. C Coyier.
A set of security lockers. I can't open any of them.
Security chief. S Shaw.
Riot specialist. C Evans.
That's it! I've done it, the doors should now be unlocked. There's an emergency escape just above me!
A mug of black coffee. Strange, the mug is still warm to the touch.
A stack of various healthcare magazines.
The Mason Institute...so that's where I am. The name seems familiar.
A colorful wall calendar. Todays date has been circled in red pen.
An empty box. It was probably used to restock this vending machine.
No time to rest. I need to find a way out of here.
I need a keycard to get through this door. I wonder if there is one around somewhere.
OK, that's unlocked. I need to find a way out of here so I can get some help.
A vending machine, shame it's not working, I could certainly eat right now.
There's a staff badge here in the change slot. This will come in useful.
There's a sign on the door that says Dr Mason. It's locked though. I'll need a key to get in.
Alright, that unlocked the door. Let's see if this Dr Mason is home.
The drawers are littered with patient reports and test results. Is this some kind of hospital?
Assorted books on psychological practices. Looks like they have been read a few times.
Monster? What does this mean?
Jesus. What happened to this guy! This is not good I have to get out of here.
I'm sorry Dr, but I'm going to need to borrow this keycard.
There's a bucket here full of flesh and blood.
There's a surgical saw in here, I don't like what I may have to do with it.
A drip filled with a clear fluid. This looks like it's been used recently.
A collage of various medical photographs.
A medical crash cart. This isn't powered so I can't use it.
Revenge. Poor guy.
It's the bloodied remains of a security guard. His name tag says 'Sam Watts'
I don't like where this is going, but I would need something to do it with.
Oh God, Ok I've done it. I'm so sorry Sam.
A plethora of tools. Wrenches, spanners and hammers. Nothing I need right now.
There's a poster here with an odd symbol on it, I wonder what it means?
A portrait of a man. Perhaps one of the maintenance guys is a fan of his.
There's a key here. There's a key chain on it. It says "Mr Mason's office spare".
There's nothing in here I need right now. Maybe some painkillers wouldn't go amiss.
The clock stopped working at 10.10pm.
Theres some notes here from a maintenance team, it's a list of things that need fixing.
Has someone tried to mop up blood with this?
Whos blood is this? Is this mine?
Locked tight. Looks like some kind of security lockdown has been initiated.
The lights down here don't seem to be working. Good job I have this field torch.
There's a heavy metal toolbox here. Nothing in it I need right now.
A workmans ladder. I see no use for this right now.