I'm bouncing pretty hard off of #OxygenNotIncluded but I'm going to be stubborn because I know this is one of those games that you have to basically fail at over and over again to sort of figure out and get some sense of.
And I've finally purchased/installed #OxygenNotIncluded.
This is me saying goodbye because this game shall consume me.
I think I need to start a rewatch of the first two seasons of #StrangerThings, I'm needing that kind of weird/horror/SF. That's the mood I'm craving.
If you do not have patience, then this game is likely not for you, it requires the ability to persist after failing and repeating yourself over and over again.
That being said, it's not unfair in its difficulty, you're always learning as you fail or lose to a particular boss or section of the game.
@firstname.lastname@example.org @sonicbooming It's also a bummer because it works both ways, and you find yourself cut loose by other people without energy for you.
The shittiest part of adulthood is knowing that sometimes you just don't have the energy for everyone and people you previously cared about will at times drift away and that your friendships/relationships will change.
I know that I can make an effort to keep people in my life but I also realize I'm limited in the amount of bandwidth I can give to people in my life. I can only extend myself so far.
It's hard to accept this sometimes.
The Celestial Emporium of Benevolent Pokémon [Fanbyte] Jorge Luis Borges’s New and Improved Pokémon Type System
What categorical type are you?