Same here, I love the game, but I’m awful at it.
Might as well set it during high school. It’s the American version of Persona 4!
My exact reaction upon seeing this title on my Twitter feed, I was going to search for this gif to post.
The Mako can go die.
Have you watched Messi play? He always looks bored, like he’s playing with toddlers.
Why do you say that?
I was joking with my comment and I hope you are too.
I think it will start off niche and then people will see how amazing/terrible it is, and go from there. Too early to tell I think.
I want to believe.
Why can’t anyone understand sarcasm? I even put a tag!
Of course it’s a good thing they have more money, anyone in their right mind would think that.
Chill out internet.
JUST WAIT A MINUTE, I’M FACEBOOKING.
RIP in peace VR
That is just not right. People don’t understand mental illness, but any human understands that depression or anxiety does not indicate “insanity”.
This strong, not so positive reaction to this article reminds me of a song. Everybody Cares, Everybody Understands by Elliott Smith.
“You say you mean well, you don’t know what you mean,
Fucking oughta stay the hell away from things you know nothing about.”
Insanity is not a mental illness, I’d imagine most people know this. Most people probably know someone suffering from mental illness and even if they don’t understand it, they understand that they are not all killers and madmen.
This is a sensitive subject, tread lightly.
Any “realistic” take on mental illness would probably be very boring. No one wants to play a game in where you can’t leave your bed, let alone your house for days on end because of anxiety or depression. Even delusions from bipolar mania or schizophrenia wouldn’t make sense in a game without being exaggerated. These issues need tackled in real life, not in some obviously fictional media.