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Dear Esther trailer is ridiculously beautiful
I donít care if you donít think it counts as a game, this Dear Esther trailer wins my Video of the Day Award.
Donít you just want to wander around those beautifully crafted landscapes, exploring a haunting narrative and being assaulted by glorious audio?
The long-awaited professional release of former Half-life mod Dear Esther launches on Steam on February 14, which totally bollocks any plans you had to spend the day romanciní anything other than your computer monitor. Which you will want to kiss. With tongues.
Developed by thechineseroom, the gameís creative director Dan Pinchbeck, announced the release date on the gameís official website.
In the game, players will try to uncover the mystery of a mysterious island, how they got there, and who they are. Fragments of story will be randomly uncovered, and it is up to the player to figure out if what they are seeing is real, or if itís an illusion. Along the way, they will try to find out who Esther is, and why she chose to summon you to the island.
You can look at various screens of the environment you will be exploring through the official site, and we have to say that weíve personally been looking forward to itís re-release for quite some time.
Pinchbeck will also be hosting a GDC 2012 lecture titled Dear Esther: Making an Indie Success Out of an Experimental Mod. In it, Pinchbeck will talk of his experience working on his critically acclaimed Source engine mod and will pick apart the relationship between mechanics and the game world. He will also be ďpondering some of the less-explored realms of game design and interactive storytelling.Ē
Dear Esther was originally built using the Source engine, and originally released in 2008 as a mod for Half Life 2. In 2009, it was picked up by game artist, Robert Briscoe, for a complete overhaul of the visuals and level design. In 2010 Valve granted a license to make Dear Esther a completely independent release.
The game will be released on Steam, and will run you $9.99.
Dear Esther - Official Trailer
A strong man doesn't need to read the future, he makes his own
ohh man, eita ki khellam or deklam sunlam. beshi joss. this is a must have expreience for everybody. this is so awesome. but actully this is not really a game.more like a visual novel.theres nothing u can do actully.u just move from place to place in the island. but this is hyper awesome......................
Last edited by solid snake; February 20th, 2012 at 10:22.