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  1. Pyre says:

    It sounds like you should play this. Partially because, even if you didn’t finish it,you got more out of the first one than I did and partially because the whole “mechanical apartheid” angle sounds like it has a lot of meat for a social column.Report

    • Jaybird in reply to Pyre says:

      I’ve told Maribou that I would like this game for my upcoming birthday and it looks like it’s going to happen.

      I absolutely *ADORED* the first one… until that first boss fight.

      I talked to brother Ethan Gatch the other day and asked about whether they fixed the boss fights. He said:

      @OG_Jaybird good news: they did. Bad news (potentially): mostly by taking them out— Ethan Gatch (@ethangach) August 23, 2016

      So fingers are crossed.Report

  2. Will H. says:

    Continuing conversation:
    @ maribou :

    The Present

    I do not despise your weakness, My child. Actually, it draws Me closer to you, because weakness stirs up My compassion — My yearning to help. Accept yourself in your weariness, knowing that I understand how difficult your journey has been.

    Do not compare yourself with others, who seem to skip along their life-paths with ease. Their journeys have been different from yours, and I have gifted them with abundant energy. I have gifted you with fragility, providing opportunities for your spirit to blossom in My Presence. Accept this gift as a sacred treasure: delicate, yet glowing with brilliant Light. Rather than struggling to disguise or deny your weakness, allow Me to bless you richly through it.Report