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Dear Esther is a very odd piece of work. As a game it is monotonous and vague, as a story it's very difficult to comprehend, as an experience...Well it's a mixed bag, it has some fantastic moments however it deffinitly isn't without its vices. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of my initial 2.5 or 3 rating is because I thought to myself 'you know what, this is going to be in my mind effecting me for quite a while' which has lots to say for itself compared to many games, or even many pieces of...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Before anybody object's 3 star's is by no means a bad score. This isn't an in-depth review, I simply don't have the time or probably the writing skill's to go into so much depth. Ok, Prototype was for me a highly anticipated game. Although as it drew closer to the release date I lost interest. But eventually picked this bad boy up. Beginning with saying that the gameplay is extremely fun, and that should be the reason you buy this game. If you are looking for a game epic tale, look some more. ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.