The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (Xbox One Edition) Review – I See Dead People
Wolf's Gaming Blog
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter starts with a warning about how it's a story-driven experience that doesn't hold your hand, a rather bold claim given how there's a substantial portion of gamers who will actively dislike a game if they deem it to be patronising or being too intent on gently guiding the player through its world and mechanics. I was instantly intrigued by this message; did it mean The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, a game that was originally released in 2014 and has only just made it to Xbox One, was going to be full of challenging puzzles that taxed the mind? Would it have a vast world full of mysteries into which you were dropped with no real direction? So many questions.