In Dear Esther you start your journey on a remote island. You have the voice of a man telling you a story, the voice seems so surreal sometimes and is very poetic. As you walk around you get more stories. There are no puzzles at all within this game, just exploration.
The story is great within this game and could bring a tear to your eye. Graphics wise really good for a game that was released in 2012. The sound track in one word is Amazing and this really does draw you into the story.
Dear Esther is the first type of these games I played, and really did enjoy this game though with only just over an hour or so play isn’t that long but for the really cheapo price is great value. I have only played this one at the moment though it does say that every play-through a unique experience, with randomly generated audio, visuals and events. So will defiantly play this again.