I like the challenge, even if I can only handle it in short bursts. It occurs to me that when I originally played The Long Dark , I may have been too high strung to enjoy it fully. Revisiting it today as I write this article, I notice it seems less intense than before. I suspect this has far more to do with me and my own personal progress with my anxiety issues than it does the game itself. In other games, especially ones with a resource management theme, I often let my obsessive overachievement tendencies one of my favorite defense mechanisms in real life take over.
The Long Dark never lets me hoard every last bit of material I need to get by, and thus, I never feel truly prepared. I spend more time now teaching myself how to weather the storm rather than trying to prevent bad weather. In that sense, The Long Dark itself, from what it taught me earlier in the year, to how I feel now, has become a symbol of my journey in It is just as beautiful, if not more so, as it was the day I first played it.
All I needed was a fresh set of eyes and an occasion to revisit. Just me.
Holly Green is the assistant editor of Paste Games and a reporter and semiprofessional photographer. Part of the reason is because homophobia is still way too prevalent in the black community.
It is excused. It is justified. And it continues to be allowed.
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