Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (XBox One) £1.60 with Gold, XBox Live store
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Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (XBox One) £1.60 with Gold, XBox Live store

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Found 19th Dec 2017
The original Walking Simulator, from the studio who went on to make Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. A neat little 2-3 hour experience, at a price that should avert most complaints about it's length and paucity of meaningful gameplay.

Usually £7.99
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I played this game for the gamerscore a couple months ago
1000G in a couple hours accompanied by a really nice story, highly recommend.
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I played this game for the gamerscore a couple months ago
1000G in a couple hours accompanied by a really nice story, highly recommend.
magico891 h, 23 m ago

I played this game for the gamerscore a couple months ago 1000G in a …I played this game for the gamerscore a couple months ago 1000G in a couple hours accompanied by a really nice story, highly recommend.



So is life better with more gamerscore? lol
Personally don't even think this is worth £1.60.
Edited by: "r-c" 19th Dec 2017
MadonnaProject11 m ago

So is life better with more gamerscore? lol


Most certainly
magico891 h, 43 m ago

I played this game for the gamerscore a couple months ago 1000G in a …I played this game for the gamerscore a couple months ago 1000G in a couple hours accompanied by a really nice story, highly recommend.

​poor lad.
Bargain
magico894 h, 5 m ago

How so?


Not to be drawn into a massive debate but I've always been in 2 minds about trophies and Gamerscore... I personally think it degrades the actual pastime of gaming into an arbitrary check list of "things to do" rather than experiencing the game for what it is meant to be. Games can be, and are, art in my opinion.

That doesn't mean I haven't sometimes played games to completion just for that final trophy or achievement but playing a game solely for those things possibly shows a lack of clear priorities in life.
NickBoyland14 h, 3 m ago

Not to be drawn into a massive debate but I've always been in 2 minds …Not to be drawn into a massive debate but I've always been in 2 minds about trophies and Gamerscore... I personally think it degrades the actual pastime of gaming into an arbitrary check list of "things to do" rather than experiencing the game for what it is meant to be. Games can be, and are, art in my opinion.That doesn't mean I haven't sometimes played games to completion just for that final trophy or achievement but playing a game solely for those things possibly shows a lack of clear priorities in life.


I agree and disagree, games should be played with out a check list of what is netting you the achievements. I usually play through a game first and then go back and hunt the achievements. This game for me was bundled into the "avoid" catagory of games, by reviews and what i'd heard from friends but it came up on sale for i think £1 or less maybe and i ended up buying it with the thoughts that if it is as bad as everybody says it is then at least i'll get my moneys worth from achievements hunting. Turns out i really enjoyed it and ended up playing it through 3 times. Gaming for me is a hobby and something that i do in my down time whether thats playing online with friends, playing a solo game or achievement hunting.

I think the achievements adds to the life span of a game, theres a whole bunch of games that i would never touched again if it wasnt for achievements and some that i never would have touched out right. I think i just like to get my moneys worth. I dont really see how this could possibly show a lack of priorities in life... But to each their own i guess
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