I was fairly late to the anxiety party, I can't say it was one I particularly wanted to be invited to after hanging around the depression get-togethers for too long.
Yeah I know I used an Avengers quote; tell me it doesn't fit here.
*Crowd goes wild as I return to the room*
Hello, Vocal and the internet!
Around this time last year, I threw a list of games together I enjoyed playing throughout the course of 2017. In the grand scheme of things it didn't do too well, barely scraped 20 reads and I wasn't very clear in what I was trying to do with it. I called it Games I had fun with, but some of the titles in the list (namely Hellblade) wasn't fun in the sense of joyfulness, but it was a powerful experience which I loved, hence the title change here.
Earlier this week, I brought myself to finish Before the Storm, the prequel to what became one of my all-time favourite games, Life is Strange. I'll admit, I took a while to even purchase it, and longer still to play it. I could, and at times still can, feel the emotional hangover from the original.