Dear Esteban- “Punching an existential hole”

Too much adult swim growing up has dulled my sense of random

I just finished Dear Esteban.  Which means I walked to the end of the level. Having never played Dear Esther, I’m guessing I missed the point (a little).  Most of the lines are random for the sake of being random, which in the best and worst case sounds like a space ghost episode.  But the lines related to 21st century 20-something life, are endearing, and make it worth it.  Anyone who has ever tried to make small talk with the girl behind the bar will relate to these rants. It’s something we all learn the hard way with bartenders- don’t bother.

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Owen is a writer based out of Denver and currently preparing his first novel PUSH PULL for publication. In the meantime, feel free to explore his meandering thoughts, movie and videogame op-eds and situational playlists. If you know him from another life, this is a chance for exposure to his creative endeavors.

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