Dear Esther: Landmark Edition is an odd game. I had never played it originally on PC so I went in on this game with a fresh pair of eyes and zero expectations. 500 more words
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The Chinese Room’s breathtaking narrative adventure Dear Esther lands on consoles for the first time today, in the form of a stunning Landmark Edition.
Dear Esther is a narrative adventure that takes place on an uninhabited Hebridean island, upon which a lone man must piece together the chain of events which lead to his wife’s death. 175 more words
I attended a compelling seminar at the Arnolfini this Wednesday exploring the importance of words.
We seem to be living in an age where people can converse more and more through imagery – emoticons, gifs and memes provide a whole new dialect of irony and implication. 850 more words
Awk-ward! When you pick up what you thought was a mystery novel and instead find yourself reading (baddish) 1940s' erotica: The Chinese Room by Vivian Connell
The Chinese Room by Vivian Connell ~ 1942. This edition: Citadel Press, 1942. Hardcover. 344 pages.
My rating: 3.5/10
And all this time I thought it was merely a garden variety murder mystery! 1,756 more words