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If you haven’t yet been introduced, allow me to present for your attention Matthewmatosis, a games critic and reviewer on Youtube. Matthew is, in my mind, and likely in all his subscribers’ minds as well, an exemplar in these areas. 643 more words

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The Launch Trailer For 'Everybody's Gone To The Rapture' Is Equal Parts Beautiful And Mysterious

Next week marks the release of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, the latest game from the makers of influential indie classic, Dear Esther. For those not familiar, … 146 more words


Retrospective: Gone Home Is the Poster Child For Interactive Storytelling

If I were to elect a spokesperson for the interactive story genre, it’d be Fullbright’s Gone Home. Released in 2013, Gone Home tells the intimate story of a young adult returning to the family home after a three-month travelling expedition. 928 more words


The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

This was a Steam Sale purchase for me. Several reviews connect The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to two of my favorites, Gone Home and Dear Esther… 548 more words

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Game release: "Kholat" (PC)

Despite the hot weather, horror adventures like IMGN.PRO‘s Kholat will still make your skin crawl.

In the same vein as real-time first-person exploration games like… 273 more words


Hypertext and Dear Esther

The prospect of creating a hypertext is one interesting application of video games within the context of the literary world. A hypertext is a text or text-based object that new stories can be drawn from (Ryan). 402 more words