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Looking good so far....can't wait to see more. The Vietnam setting just doesn't see too many quality games centered around it. :)
Looking good. :)
Looks amazing so far...loving that art style. :)
Awesome screen; great character model and mapping :)
That's a sexy video you have there.
Gritty and gorgeous. Great to see more progress. :)
Still a classic and one of my favorites, as well as - like VGames said - very overlooked. Can't wait for the sequel, and hoping it won't simply be another hack 'n slasher. :)
Things seem great so far :) definitely looking forward to more content in the future.
Very nice :)
Probably a dumb question, but are the co-op maps/ levels, objectives, etc. going to be the same as the single-player's? Just wondering, because while I absolutely love the idea of co-op horror, playing with friends through the exact same areas (or vice versa playing through areas in SP where I've already played with friends) would kinda kill part of the atmosphere and/ or experience. :(
Holy damn that looks great :0
Great job :)
Huzzah! Keep up the great work guys :)
Got an alternative link? Moddb's videos always crash for me :(
This is goddamn gorgeous. Gives me a vibe that's RE mixed with Amnesia, and I mean that in the best way.
This is hot.
Kinda figured this would happen D:
Ah well, good luck in the future guys.
Hnnnngh, David Leatherhoff hoodie plox.
Nice work :)
Nice work. :) Though they'd be more at home in some creepy-as-fuq nursery/ children's room.
Very nice work :)
When I first saw Dear Esther released, I thought it looked mediocre and sort of shrugged it off. Later down the road, I was bored and figured "what the heck" and downloaded it; I was stunned.
Although the original wasn't the most visually impressive, its environment was still amazing, and its music and dialogue captivated and delighted me in the most gloomy and eeriest way-- leaving me wanting more once the screen had gone black, even though I knew that the experience had ended.
With the gorgeous work now being done to introduce the experience anew, the idea of a price tag on this doesn't bother me (I'd be lying if I said it wasn't obvious that it was going to go indie). The beauty - a dark beauty at that - and care being put into this revitalization of a cult-classic deserves perhaps a bit of monetary contribution towards it; or at the very least our deep respect appreciation.
Keep up the great work being done, and I can't wait to see the project in its full glory. :)
This video is delicious.
Hope things will get sorted out and turn out all right. You guys have been doing great so far. :)
Gorgeous screens. :) I thought things were put on hold? :O
Ooooh, screens are looking good. Caught my interest. :)