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Submitted by RGDfleet 484d ago | review

Ether One Review | GameGrin

Ether One from White Paper Games is a fine example of a narrative-driven exploration game. It should be pretty clear to most gamers whether or not this kind of game will hold appeal for them, and for fans of the genre, Ether One won’t disappoint. The game sees the player take the role of a restorer, tasked with entering the consciousness of a patient suffering from dementia and piecing together their memories to uncover the truth. It’s a brave move, centering the story on such a serious and debilitating mental condition which affects the lives of so many people, but thankfully, and to the merit of the developers, it’s treated with respect and appears to be genuinely heartfelt. (Ether One, PC, PS4) 8/10

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