One light, keeping my ability to see. My ability to flinch at every movement I see out of the side of my eye. My ability to sit around and stare at a bright screen talking to myself. My ability to freak out to whatever bothers me.
One noise, keeping my ability to overthink. My ability to think about who I want to ask to play a game with me so they can say no and I’ll feel like I’m annoying them. My ability to think about how I haven’t talked to her in a week and how I’m the biggest prick I know. My ability to freak out to whatever bother me.
Whether it’s one person, two people, or the world, I’m gonna keep posting on this blog. Even if I’m the one person who consistently views these, you know? These posts are more for me anyways. Kinda just typing of the top of my head, which is what I usually do but I’m in a mood so it’s harder for me to bring thoughts to the surface. I don’t know what to do. No one’s home and I don’t have the strength to focus enough to play a video game, I probably wouldn’t even if I could. I don’t know. It’s too quiet in here. I don’t like it. As much as I love silence when it’s loud, I hate silence when I have it. I already have trouble ignoring my thoughts when I can’t hear them but when I can hear each layer all the time, it’s awful. I’m blasting music through my headset but all it’s giving me is a bigger headache than the one my thoughts already are. I hate this. This is awful. I don’t need silence around me anywhere close to how badly I need silence in me.
(Not a Review for the Game)
LET ME TELL YA! I love the Mad Max movies with a passion, the Mad Max series is definitely my favorite series ever. The Road Warrior, which was the second Mad Max movie released in 1981, is my favorite movie ever as well. I have a relationship with the Mad Max series and it’s a good one. Anyways, this isn’t a review as much as it is an appreciation post for the game.
Section About The Game– It was a great game in my opinion. It’s a game that I own on the PS4, Xbox One, and my PC because I love it and need a way to play it no matter what system is down at the time. The game didn’t get nearly enough attention as it deserves because it came out the same day as Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and, let’s face it, most gamers are going to shell out $60 for the newest game in the Metal Gear series, not Survive though, over “Sandy Grand Theft Auto.” The worst part is that that’s not what the game is at all. It’s Mad Max but most gamers, who are young, see driving and consider it Grand Theft Auto V because, what else do they know? (GTA V is a different post for a different day) I liked the progression system, the combat, the graphics, the story was… eh, I loved (practically) everything about the game but it was forced to take cover from the money rain behind MGS V and it does annoy me. Max Rockatansky deserves more than what he was left with and there’s not much anyone can do about it, you know? It’s a shame. Appreciation Post -> Pity Party.
-Paying Respects Till The Next One,