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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: June 12, 2014 (09:45 AM)
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Double quote marks on quotes!

Dear Esther does have a lot to answer for, as first person exploration/emotion simulators are totally a thing now. Most of them give you something do do rather than roam around and be melancholy, though, but I'd not found one that I really enjoyed until Ether One came along.

We share a lot of viewpoints on DE, you and I. Fine work, as always.

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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: June 12, 2014 (01:38 PM)
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D'oh! I hadn't noticed the quotations. I keep forgetting that quote already includes marks.

Anyway, thank you for reading! As I've said, I'm not opposed to walking/emotion simulators, but man is DE dull. I'll have to check out Ether One, though. I think it's on my Steam wishlist, so it should be in my library eventually.

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