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Dear Esther: Landmark Edition is an updated release of the 2012 story-driven PC game Dear Esther. This version was created for consoles, but a few months later it was also provided as a free update to the owners of the PC version, also replacing the default PC version of the game in digital stores. The game itself is largely identical, but it was ported over from the original Source 3D engine to Unity 5. This version also introduces remastered audio and a Directors' Commentary with developers Jessica Curry, Robert Briscoe and Dan Pinchbeck. There are additional accessibility options: larger subtitles and a crosshair in addition to the original’s FOV & brightness sliders and controller sensitivity menus and subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish and Russian trophies/achievements. There are some other tweaks and bug fixed as well.


Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Xbox One Title screen
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Windows Some sort of drowning in the sea is possible though game will re-spawn you on the shore again
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition PlayStation 4 Oh darn, my flashlight broke on the impact
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Windows There are four chapters in total, each with available director's commentary

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Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Screenshot
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Screenshot
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Screenshot
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Screenshot


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Video Chums PlayStation 4 Sep 20, 2016 5.9 out of 10 59
TechRaptor PlayStation 4 Oct 07, 2016 4 out of 10 40
TrueAchievements Xbox One Sep 21, 2016 2 out of 5 40
The Jimquisition PlayStation 4 Sep 24, 2016 3 out of 10 30
Indie Hive Windows Jul 10, 2019 Unscored Unscored
Gameplay (Benelux) iPhone Oct 31, 2019 Unscored Unscored


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