Let’s see. Living with your best friend may seem enticing, but it is not all that it is cracked up to be. Just as a quick note: Overall, living with my “bestie” was not bad, and I quite enjoyed it. The family that I lived with was quite generous letting me live there and all. Luckily for me, they also liked me before I lived with them, and somehow did not hate me during or after my time staying there. I was really worried that they would kick me out, because my family all liked to tell me how much of a mess I am and how I pretty well leave path of destruction and trash everywhere I go. However, I think that these comments, maybe true but also slightly hurtful, helped me become a good tenant. I constantly watched myself, and picks up the messes I left. Occasionally I am sure I forgot some things, but I tried my best.
I have spent many nights up late doing homework or many mornings getting up really early to finish that paper for economics that I had not finished the night before. Study sessions chilling with friends, writing papers, and practicing presentations were not uncommon. I am unsure of whether or not my high school career has been that different than any other person's, but there seems to be a different atmosphere about me and my peers from the people who attend other schools. I know I have missed out on some opportunities to hang out with other people or get in more hours for my job because I was doing school work, and I know I have cried more than a few times over a stupid math problem that was so hard then but so easy now. I know these things, however, I still found many things in my education that go deeper than the all-nighters, tear stained math sheets, and a boring social life. Let me explain.
Welcome back everyone. It is time to continue the Murkoff Connection series. In the last article I discussed the basic rundown of Outlast. Now it is time to continue by tying in the events of Whistleblower to the events of its predecessor. Then I'll be finishing this crazy race off with the connection between these two games and Outlast II. It is time to re-enter the amazing craziness of the Murkoff Connection.
A big question that many of us faced after playing through the entire series of Outlast was “What is the connection between theses games?” In order to answer this question, I’ll have to start at the beginning with the first game, Outlast. Then I’ll explain the connection of the first game to Outlast: Whistleblower and then finish it with the last game, Outlast II. This will be a three part series so make sure to stay tuned for the next part.
If you are anything like me, you love horror games. I personally think that they are great. The adrenaline rush that you feel, the thrills that you get and the perfectly orchestrated sounds—they are just so much fun. Also if you are anything like me, you have probably come across some mysteries while playing them. One of the biggest I have stumbled upon so far is the crazy story behind the game Kholat.