Friday, August 2, 2019

Losing faith in games

Diary:

I just played through a game that I've cherished since childhood. There is a speed bug that can't be fixed (especially on WIN10) so that's why I've only played it once, if at all... because I don't remember any of it. The sequel is pretty bug-free and I've played the sequel numerous times and I recognize all the characters, but I don't remember any of the plot or dialog on this one at all...

So it's quite possible that... this is the FIRST time I've played it . . . . . .

I just . . .

Diary . . .

I can never gather enough courage . . . but I have to . . .

Oh God, Diary. Why. This franchise is so important to me. This story is so important to me. Oh . . . Why . . .

Oh God . . .

What have I spent all these years believing . . .

Dear Lord, Save me please .

Oh God . . .

No . . .

it's not supposed to be like this . . .

I don't even have any strength anymore . . . Diary . . . what's it going to take to get this . . . off of me .

The sense of sanctity . . . is still here .  But I've lived a lie.

The sequel, I'd say, is 100 times better than its predecessor .  It's not fair .

A troll has given birth to a beautiful Prince.

No . . . it's not . . .

no . . .

Oh God . . .

What can I put my faith in anymore . . .

Clearly, I'm losing faith in games. Absolute Objectivity has caught up with me .


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