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Arts Review: Dear Esther

Tramway, 3rd November

Dear Esther straddles the boundaries of method and experience. The project began as the brainchild of Dan Pinchbeck in a strive to explore the relationship between interactivity and immersion in the video game format. 335 more words

University Of Glasgow

Very Funny, Villain-Dude

Spoilers for the “maybe we’ll help you” kett-related mission in Mass Effect: Andromeda

Butch:

Gonna call the game out:

So finished chasing down relays. Didn’t take the dude’s deal (more on that in a second) and when he said “I hope you enjoyed chasing my relays. 2,112 more words

Seanchaidh


Dear Esther • Trigger all voice over points • 150G • 26.46% of gamers unlocked this

With the bulk of my Destiny 2 campaign progress under my belt, I felt like playing something ‘different’ today. 158 more words

Xbox

Dear Esther Microreview







Dear Esther Microreview – 15/20!

Dear Esther is a first-person artistic video game, developed and published by The Chinese Room.

The player explores an uninhabited Hebridean island, listening to a series of narratives addressed to a woman named Esther. 336 more words

Heartily

The Dreaded Backlog: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition

Last time I played a famous walking simulator it did not end well. However, I have to say that I adored Dear Esther. Something I complained about in… 576 more words

Video Games

Dear Esther (2012)

Let it never be said that I am not timely. That is right, in the year two-thousand-seventeen, I am reviewing a game that came out in 2012, based on a Half Life 2 mod that came out in 2008. 261 more words

Games

Story Telling In Video Games

Story tellers have always been looking for new and more creative ways to express themselves and/or entertain the masses. I think that, if handled correctly, video games can be the most immersive and creative medium of all. 1,946 more words

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