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.
Do you remember those times when you’ve been genuinely scared? A moment where you had a physical reaction because you were so terrified? Maybe it was a vivid nightmare you had just woken up from or maybe
Today, Frictional Games announced Amnesia: Collection for the PS4. The Amnesia series developed between Swedish Studio Frictional Games and British Developer The Chinese Room was previously only available through the PC, which means this collection will provide
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.
I'm no stranger to short games, nor am I overly antagonistic to first-person experience titles (often derided as "walking simulators"). When listing out some of my favorite title recommendations, I often suggest Firewatch, Gone Home, or The
Everything happened after GameSpot tweeted an image from the making of the first teaser trailer of CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077. Developer The Chinese Room replied with its official twitter account commenting on the image and implying
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
Coming from their most recent venture with last year's Everybody's Gone to the Rapture on PS4 (and which has been confirmed for an impending release on PC), developer The Chinese Room has given a small taste of
Originally released as a PS4 console exclusive in last summer, developer The Chinese Room's immersive narrative experience Everybody's Gone to the Rapture drew great acclaim for its rich environments and compelling story, with the title now having
Apparently (former?) PS4 exclusive by The Chinese Room Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is heading towards a PC release, at least of the patch notes for the latest AMD drivers are to be believed.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture's developer The Chinese Room just announced on Twitter that they're about to provide information on their next game "in the next couple of weeks."
Though 2015 has come and gone, the accolades and awards honoring the best of the year (in a particularly busy year for games) are still coming, with the Writers Guild of Great Britain giving out their top
In dark times, always count on emergency broadcasts. Pick up this cool looking dynamic theme inspired by Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Devs Address Criticisms of Slow Player Speed; Reveals There is a Run Button
After a long-awaited release, The Chinese Room and SCE Santa Monica Studio's Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has (so far) garnered very positive reviews from gaming outlets, though a common criticism has put negative marks on the
After several years in development, the end times are almost upon us as Everybody's Gone to the Rapture gets closer to its release tomorrow on August 11th: luckily, you can start preparing for the apocalypse right now
With just one more day to go, the end of the world is nearly upon us: don't worry though, that's just in the case of the upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, not in real
Sony's upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has been in the works for over two-and-a-half years by developer The Chinese Room, and now with just over a week to go until the game's release, the
Sad beauty. The end of the world is very different in Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.