[ VENT POST, SKIP PAST IT.
P.S.Picture is mine, I edited it]
To be honest,when I got first into gaming I couldn't really get that why people fell in love with playing on console or something. For me it seemed completely different and then, at once the day came, where the curiousness won over my thoughts of it. So I've played a game - I wasn't the best for real, but I had fun. Since the day, I wanted to have my own console and controllers to play. My wish turned into a reality and I started like instantly to play. Then I started a game that managed me rethink things like what would it be like if that happened and which decisions I wanted to make. The game was a great cross of fighting but as well, it included such things like what are you presenting as a person - like are you gonna keep with the good choices up, or the bad ones. As well, the game made me see that I always am stubborn and I didn't changed my mind so quickly. But mostly important, at the very end I realised something that even if sometimes the game made me angry it felt like a kind of..therapy?
Well.. First because I didn't had to think about the problems in my head. The game needed my full focus and in that way, I forgot about my worries and the mental pain. And second, I could realise more than ever - how I reacted on different stages and changes. To be honest, I have never seen games as a pure competition field. I saw it way more as something that I could feel. I could imagine the pain and all the emotions of the main character. I could understand why he decided in that way or otherwise, why that ended like that up. I built kind of connection and started to feel like the game gave me more of feeling being invisibly connected to the character...
And when I came to the finish.. I could tell that I was proud. Proud that I've managed it so far and I managed it only with a little help to find out how do I do it. I was always better when I learned what to avoid and what I was supposed to do.
It was honestly the most beautiful experience in my life, and I don't think I would change my mind about that.
(Sorry for mistakes. My English isn't the best).
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