Tagged:  Dear Esther

By , December 2, 2013 0 Podcasts, VS Node

The HD generation’s best surprises and biggest letdowns. Continuing the Versus Node series on the seventh console generation, Eddie Inzauto, Dan Crabtree, Mike Murphy, and Josh Robinson pick up with the best surprises and the worst letdowns of the generation…. Read More »

By , July 21, 2013 0 Podcasts, VS Node

Eddie, Dan, and Greg discuss death in games from design and mechanical perspectives. Eddie Inzauto is joined by Dan Crabtree and Greg Galiffa on Episode 30 of the Versus Node Podcast to talk about death in gaming, specifically how developers… Read More »

By , January 17, 2013 1 Features

Welcome to the 2012 Nodie Awards, the largest collection of yearly accolades in all of gaming! Last year, the GamerNode staff bestowed 35 very special honors, and for 2012, we’ve once again outdone ourselves, carefully deliberating a grand total of… Read More »

By , December 1, 2012 0 Columns

It’s time for another edition of The Sandbox, the weekly feature in which the GamerNode team members reveal what we’ve been playing over the past few days and what we’ve got on our plates for the weekend. This week we… Read More »

By , July 31, 2012 0 News

Dear Esther turned heads when it hit Steam earlier this year. Hardly a game at all, in the traditional sense of the word, Dear Esther had players leisurely strolling around a mist-veiled island, listening to a narrator as they walked. After… Read More »

By , July 21, 2012 1 Columns, News, Videos

Burgers. Hot Dogs. Great gaming news. All are things that are served one way: Hot Off The Grill. Every weekend, join GamerNode Senior Editor Jason Fanelli (with videographer Matt Boyle behind the camera) as he runs down the top gaming… Read More »

By , July 21, 2012 0 Columns, Videos

It’s time for another edition of The Sandbox, the weekly feature in which the GamerNode team members reveal what we’ve been playing over the past few days and what we’ve got on our plates for the weekend. This week, Steam… Read More »

By , February 8, 2012 4 Interviews

Originally released as a Source engine mod in 2008, Dear Esther is an experimental first-person game in which players traverse an uninhabited island, discovering voiced-over letter fragments along the way. A few years ago, former DICE employee Robert Briscoe decided… Read More »

By , January 11, 2012 1 News

The Independent Games Festival often alerts gamers to some truly interesting and innovative titles. That will likely be the case again now that the finalists for the 2012 festival have been revealed. Dear Esther, FEZ, Frozen Synapse, Johann Sebastian Joust,… Read More »