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Submitted by CranberryPub 1194d ago | review

GamerZines | Dear Esther Review

GamerZines writes:

There's a school of thought that says games on the whole are getting better. Yet with the polished nature of most new releases also comes a stubbornness to stick with established precedents.

Like many other indie releases, Dear Esther flies in the face of such cowardice and offers an interactive experience which is unlike any other. (Dear Esther, PC) 84/100

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