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Why Walking Sim Criticism Doesn't Hold Up, According To Dear Esther's Developer

Walking simulators have been a new kind of sub-genre that popped up recently; they're a spin-off of first-person adventure games. Some walking sims have received massive criticism from the gaming community, but one developer believes the criticism doesn't quite hold up.
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