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Submitted by Eric_Lilja 1284d ago | opinion piece

Dear Esther - Your Game Isn't A Game

So after being irritated from the 40-hour time-sink that was Jagged Alliance: Back In Action, I saw a title released on Steam that gave me hope—Dear Esther. If I could only go back in time and punch myself in the throat, and then steal my credit-card to prevent the biggest mistake of my pathetic, miserable existence (besides playing Duke Nukem Forever). I have one sentence that sums up all of my frustration with Dear Esther: How did this ever see the light of day beyond the drawing board? Shall I elaborate? Very well—consider yourself warned though; this could become violent. (Casual games, Culture, Dear Esther, Dev, Industry, PC)

itani  +   1284d ago
I played this for an hour, I felt the letter 'W' on my keyboard was about to break cause that's all you press in this game and I was bored out of my life after an hour. Good thing I got it for free.

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