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Dear Esther Review | Explosion.com

"Dear Esther is hardly a conventional game, and it strips away all of the classic mechanics to leave only walking controls intact. The game focuses on narrative rather than puzzles, battles, or exploration—and even then, the narrative is vague and randomized. Its soundtrack is quite good compared to the rest of the game, and the sound effects as you travel through the game are absolutely perfect. However, its short length is very disappointing, even considering its strange approach to gaming." | Explosion.com

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