All emotional: video game feels

Later Levels

Since recently playingWhat Remains of Edith Finch, Caitlin has been discussing indie games over on Proud Gamer Girl. I had the opportunity to try a demo during last year’s EGX event but haven’t yet had been able to play the full title, although it sounds as if I’ll need a box of tissues when I do. As written by Caitlin herself: “It’s a good game but the ending won’t give you a happy feeling when you see the credits roll.”

This got me thinking: what are some of the most emotional video games I’ve ever played? You know a developer has told a good story when you become so emotionally-invested in their project that you actually feel real sadness and get a tear or two in the corner of your eye. So grab your hanky and get ready to let it all out as I take you…

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August 17 – The Imitation Game


And you should imitate me, just as I imitate Christ. (1 Corinthians 11:1)

Read: Nehemiah 12:27-13:31, 1 Corinthians 11:1-16, Psalm 35:1-16, Proverbs 21:17-18 

Relate: Imitate me, just as I imitate Christ. That’s a bold statement. It seems so counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? I mean, far more often I hear good and well meaning Christians say “Don’t follow me, follow Jesus.” That phrase is so common you can buy a bumper sticker of the phrase with multiple different graphic and text options on Amazon (among other places, I’m sure). Even as I sit here and type, I can think of at least a few times where I have told people some variation of “don’t follow me”. I mean it in humility and in recognition of my own faults and failures but am I wrong in saying it? Have you used this phrase?

React: What would it look like to live a life…

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