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|03-07-2012, 11:57 AM||#1|
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Dear Esther Review: When a Game is not a Game
There are certain expectations when loading up a game for the first time. Unspoken rules govern the experience that should be presented to the player. Dear Esther breaks all those rules yet pulls off something very unique. Read on as we delve into the latest Indie funded 'experience'.
Read through Jamie's full look at Dear Esther and then discuss it here!
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