UPDATE: Rebuilt PC version "a few weeks away".
And outspoken creator Adrian Chmielarz tells us about a brand new game.
Western Europe accounted for half of its sales.
The landscape's the star in The Astronauts' astonishing debut.
The big sleeper.
Watch 13 minutes of gameplay with developer commentary.
In 2015. PC version launches in a few weeks. New trailer released.
Made in Poland but not by CD Projekt Red.
It was a hobo... with a pipe... in the woods...
A very impressive-looking indie detective game.
A no-brainer for PS4 and Xbox One if it "resonates" on PC.
How unsettling can a non-combat first-person detective game be?
"Assets are no longer simplistic approximations of reality - they are reality."
Titanfall! Destiny! The Witcher 3! The Last Guardian (hopefully)!
Debut screenshots show off The Astronauts' indie game.
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Meet Adrian Chmielarz, the Bulletstorm guy whose world was turned upside down by Dear Esther.
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"It was gonna be actually more insane in a way."
Bulletstorm lead describes his latest as Dear Esther with "gameplay, murder and corpses."
A "weird fiction horror" game for PC.