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English game developers, The Chinese Room, have announced that the next generation port of their first game, Dear Esther. Dear Esther: Landmark Edition will launch
The Chinese Room, developers of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, have accused CD Projekt RED’s new title, Cyberpunk 2077, and the Witcher games of being
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture was a game that landed on many people’s best of the year lists for last year.
There is some very sad news out of The Chinese Room this week. Jessica Curry, co-director and composer at the studio is stepping away due to illness.
Reviews for The Chinese Room’s Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture have mostly been favourable when it comes to the game’s narrative and audiovisual design.
Boiled down to its essence, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is a game about taking a walk through the countryside. What makes The Chinese Room’s
I recently reviewed Kholat, a horror/adventure game that wasn’t particularly successful at telling its story or scaring the player.
The Chinese Room are known for unique and interesting experiences. From the engaging storytelling in Dear Esther to the dark and twisted world of Amnesia:
The Chinese Room’s enigmatic first person adventure game has been teasing adventure game fans for years now, since its cryptic 2012 reveal. Now it looks
I love October. I love the weather, the colours on the trees, and, most of all, Hallowe’en. To celebrate this most spooky of holidays I’ll
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