you used to be someone reviews

I wanted to appreciate this more, but it didn’t prove to be very insightful.  If this person were telling me the types of things this game discussed, I would be asking lots of questions as an invitation to go deeper, but as an exploration of depression, it focused mostly on surface-level symptoms, primarily the lack of desire to do anything, and the inability to get out of the “funk”.  And then it ends.  It did make me want to get to know the creator, though, so that might be a success of sorts.

Points I thought interesting: one, the comment that being queer isn’t really much to “have in common” with someone else.  Two, that she felt guilt over having the “privilege” of having loving parents who could help in time of need, which shows the psychological damage that our anti-family Marxist tendencies as a culture are having.