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Our story begins at the end of the world.

The time is 6:37am on Wednesday, 6 June, 1984. Five days, four hours and 30 minutes since the Primary Event.

Nestled away in the idyllic English countryside, the village of Yaughton, Shropshire, stands empty.

Children’s toys lie forgotten in the playground the wind blows quarantine leaflets around the silent churchyard. Strange voices haunt the airwaves as uncollected washing hangs listlessly on the line.

You remain behind in this deserted world, slowly piecing together the mystery of the apocalypse through the memory fragments of those who lost their lives.

Created by The Chinese Room in the non-linear narrative style of their award-winning adventure, Dear Esther, your choices and discoveries will define your adventure.
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Worth mentioning to anyone that buys this - hold R2 to jog. It'll take a few seconds to build up to full speed but it'll mean you're not stuck at walking speed for the whole game
A real marmite game, and won't appeal if you dislike "walking simulators", but I rather enjoyed it.

Worth a punt at that price if you're not instantly put off by the "walking simulator" tag....
Edited by: "LurkingLawyer" 30th Jan
Absolutely love this one. Just be aware it's way more of a radio drama than it is a video game. You wander through the countryside of a quiet rural village in Shropshire, which they absolutely nailed the look and feel of, going from point to point listening to recorded conversations which sound like they're straight out of a Radio 4 play as you try and work out what exactly happened. All this is backed up with really pretty visuals and an amazing soundtrack. It's an incredibly relaxing game, just don't go in expecting gameplay and puzzles because that's really not what it's about. If you're familiar with Dear Esther then you'll have a fair idea of what to expect.
Edited by: "AnimaOnline" 30th Jan
Beautiful game, visually.... Shame its also one of the dullest games I've ever played. Got to the end, but regretted it.
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Started replaying this the other day, I'd forgotten how fantastic it is. It's well worth this price
A real marmite game, and won't appeal if you dislike "walking simulators", but I rather enjoyed it.

Worth a punt at that price if you're not instantly put off by the "walking simulator" tag....
Edited by: "LurkingLawyer" 30th Jan
I still haven’t played more than 30mins of this. The visuals are brilliant. Got it when it came free on PS Plus.

Heard good things about it mind
Tried it, 30 minutes, deleted it. As another poster stated 'Marmite'.
Love it, very atmospheric.
Massive spoiler right in the title of the game!
I love walking simulators, but thought this one was awful. Struggled to grasp who the characters were as they used very vague “character models”, and as such I couldn’t quite follow the “story”.
Amazing game, the setting, the story, the amtosphere. all fantastic. One of my favourites.
Worth mentioning to anyone that buys this - hold R2 to jog. It'll take a few seconds to build up to full speed but it'll mean you're not stuck at walking speed for the whole game
Really wanted to like this but got stuck following an orb that wouldn't progress the story and kept repeating things I'd already heard. The slow pace you move made it all the more frustrating that I just kept going over the same ground. No idea what happened as it was fine until I got to a certain point a few hours in. Deleted it and never went back, this was a few years ago.
Easy platinum. One of those games to play once and never come back to.
The soundtrack to this is incredible
Beautiful game, visually.... Shame its also one of the dullest games I've ever played. Got to the end, but regretted it.
Absolutely love this one. Just be aware it's way more of a radio drama than it is a video game. You wander through the countryside of a quiet rural village in Shropshire, which they absolutely nailed the look and feel of, going from point to point listening to recorded conversations which sound like they're straight out of a Radio 4 play as you try and work out what exactly happened. All this is backed up with really pretty visuals and an amazing soundtrack. It's an incredibly relaxing game, just don't go in expecting gameplay and puzzles because that's really not what it's about. If you're familiar with Dear Esther then you'll have a fair idea of what to expect.
Edited by: "AnimaOnline" 30th Jan
Readting the title, i thought this is a extra story to bioshock....
Which is better, this or Firewatch?
sleepycoyote30/01/2020 19:45

Which is better, this or Firewatch?


Staring at a blank wall is more interesting than this game.....so even though I’ve never played it I’d say firewatch is much better
Very marmite, you'll find it soul destroying or life affirming.
Be aware it is very slow paced though.
I started playing this recently and absolutely love it. It's exactly my kind of game. Aside from Dear Esther, which I believe is also currently £3.99, can anyone recommend some more walking simulators?

Also, the soundtrack to this is absolutely beautiful.
Went ahead to buy and Discovered i already own this! Must of been free on PS+ once but regardless very good deal so have some heat 🔥
I tried it as I loved Edith Finch, but found it painstakingly dull and slow. Might give it another try one day
mrlaurelshat31/01/2020 07:20

I started playing this recently and absolutely love it. It's exactly my …I started playing this recently and absolutely love it. It's exactly my kind of game. Aside from Dear Esther, which I believe is also currently £3.99, can anyone recommend some more walking simulators?Also, the soundtrack to this is absolutely beautiful.



Firewatch
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