Let’s Play The Chinese Room’s Dear Esther (Steam)

The first time I played this, I admit I didn’t really appreciate what all the game was trying to tell and found it rather confusing because I had no idea what was going on at all. This time around, I decided to play the Landmark Edition with the developer comments along the way, listening to the backstory and the things the developers did to create the game from just a simple Half-Life 2 mod into something pretty awesome, and the first ever ‘walking simulator’ ever billed in video gaming. The story itself is up to a lot of interpretation, which can be good for each player to decides to take the trip and walk through the island to the end of the realization waiting at the top of the radio tower.


  • Let’s Play Immortus Temporus (100% Achievements Run)
    Let’s Play Immortus Temporus (100% Achievements Run)

    I found this indie game on the Xbox marketplace after finding out about it on TrueAchievements. The achievements are way different on Steam than the Xbox, which is really strange! The game itself can be pretty fun once you figure out what’s happening, and I ended up playing a lot more than required for the…


  • Let’s Play Return to Grace (100% Achievements Run)
    Let’s Play Return to Grace (100% Achievements Run)

    Wasn’t sure what to expect on this game I found deep inside the Xbox PC Gamepass catalogue, but was intrigued by the story is was trying to tell. The achievements aren’t too bad, just expect to play through certain bits a few times for different endings. Lost humanity, planets, technology and different AI is the…


  • Let’s Play An Evil Existence (100% Achievements Run)
    Let’s Play An Evil Existence (100% Achievements Run)

    This indie game I found on the Xbox One had a lot of puzzles and a lot of Resident Evil 7 inspiration going into it. Some of the achievements were a bit confusing, so together with commentary from Cokesodacan, we were able to hunt down all the missables and get everything for the full completion…