Amnesia, a series of horror games that released exclusively on PC, are finally making their way to home consoles in the Amnesia: Collection on November 22nd. 488 more words
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I should begin this post by saying I’m dearly sorry that I’ve been quite distant. If I’ve been abstaining from liking and commenting in the community recently it has not been because I’ve taken a disliking to any of you, I still love you all rigorously and passionately. 1,733 more words
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
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