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Old 01-25-2012, 12:37 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by ozzie View Post
I guess that might set Dear Esther apart from a movie, that you can decide when to take the next step, when you heard and saw enough from a certain place in the environment, and when you want to progress. It basically uses an audio-visual medium to create the pace of a book, something which movies aren't able to offer.
Funny, but that's how I often choose to watch movies. Especially nowadays with all the HD detail you can analyze at your own pace.
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