Dear Esther Review (Arcadyr)

Dear Esther slows external influence to a dragging pace. Imagine watching a movie, but you need to constantly hold down the play button for it to progress. It can best be described like a trip to an art gallery, and as you are walking around, the audiobook playing in your ears is quietly battling with classic ensembles echoing through the marble halls. A very enchanting experience, providing you commit.

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Ilovetheps42439d ago

I think that creativity is great. I think that games like these move the industry forward giving other developers ideas. I love to try games that aren't like any other game I've played before so I will be interested in this game.