Experimental indie game Dear Esther could well be getting a limited edition boxed release, in addition to its release via digital download.
Designer Dan Pinchbeck has been chatting to BeefJack about what this proposed limited edition would include, and wants to know what you lot – yes, you lot - think of it as an idea.
“We’re thinking at the moment about a limited edition hard copy as well – with a gatefold sleeve, an exclusive version of the game with some unique additional script in it, an audio CD of the soundtrack at non-game compression, some Ben Andrews’ concept art – because he’s a star too – and a storyform version of the game as a kind of short novelette,” he explained. “Something for the hardcore fans, which would be more expensive, but have all this exclusive stuff on it. So we really want to hear what people think about that idea, whether it’s worth doing.”
So folks. What do you think?
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