My next ‘One to watch’ continues along the theme of upcoming PlayStation 4 titles that may have slipped people’s minds due to the rather heavy hitters that are releasing soon. 307 more words
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From beginning to end, The Chinese Room’s ghostly game, Dear Esther, continuously blends the natural with the supernatural to create a feeling of confusion. Many of the elements of the game are portrayed very believably, including the landscapes and scenery, but other moments of the game cannot be explained realistically. 810 more words
Developer The Chinese Room have shared some gorgeous scenery screenshots on Twitter from their upcoming PS4 Exclusive title; Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture.
The game comes from The Chinese Room who created the first person art title; Dear Esther and is a first person adventure title currently in development over at Sony Santa Monica Studios and is powered by Crytek’s CryEngine. 264 more words
Dear Esther by The Chinese Room (2012 “remake”)
Laden with symbols and metaphors, Dear Esther’s tale of a shipwrecked narrator comes with a steep grade of complexity making for quite the cerebral experience. 620 more words