Dear Esther is... well, erm, that would be telling. This independent project is barely a game in many respects, constantly challenging its audience to come to their own conclusions about the events and narrative. Or just a little jaunt around an island. To say more would spoil it forever, but if you've been sitting on the fence, you can't say fairer than this cheap and cheerful deal price. We've got an equally cagey but vastly more informative 8/10 review on site.