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The BAFTA-winning Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture studio The Chinese Room has been acquired by Sumo Digital.
The Chinese Room, the studio behind Everybody's Gone to the Rapture and Dear Esther has made lay-offs of its staff but claims it will be back in the future.
The Chinese Room announced today that Dear Esther: Landmark Edition will be releasing on PC and Mac tomorrow at 6pm GMT.
The Chinese Room has released a launch trailer for Dear Esther: Landmark Edition.
The video showcases the game's environments along with teasing some of the title's story.
With the release of last summer's Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, players had the chance to play the latest narrative experience from developer The Chinese Room, while those that may have missed one of their earlier efforts
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has finally been released today on PS4, and to celebrate the launch, Creative Director Dan Pinchbeck shared quite a lot of interesting info in an AMA on Reddit.
For any fans of the critically-acclaimed horror game, Amnesia: A Dark Descent, the sequel--Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs--has just had its release date, well, released, and it's coming soon:
Although we're still fairly early in the year, the perceived "slow winter season" has been anything but; the constant stream of promising titles to pick up and play have been almost relentless in their consistency. That means
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