Celeste: A Magically Grueling Roller Coaster of Emotion and Fun | GameLuster
While a physical task like climbing an actual mountain can never be compared to a video game, Celeste may be the closest the medium ever comes to replicating the experience. Blending together tight controls, inventive environments, and a surprisingly touching tale of battling anxiety and depression, Celeste is a sky-high success.
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Suicide Guy (PS4) - Review | SquareXO
Rob Pitt writes: Going off the title and marketing image, you would be forgiven if you believe that Suicide guy, from Chubby Pixel, was a game about being unable to cope and looking for a way to end it. However, thats only partially true as the game has nothing to do with depression or feelings its a story of a simple man trying to wake up and save his beer. Are you interested yet? What if I was to say that in order to save your beer you must find fiendishly clever ways to kill yourself from dreams within you dream as thats the only way to force your body to wake up. Deaths which are the outcome of solving 26 puzzles including well-known environments such as Portal and Super Marios world. Believe me, it about as crazy as it sounds but not without flaws. So, come with me as I try and explain just how good this game actually is!
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