I could feel my grip tighten on the PS4 controller as I mashed buttons into the controller even harder. “Surely I’ll do more damage if I press the button harder”, I thought. But my attempts didn’t work. The grim knight before me jabbed his sword through my shield and into my chest. I watched in frustration, and defeat, as my souls dwindled to 0 and “You Died” faded onto the screen. Sitting back into my couch with a disappointed sigh, I slam the controller into the couch and curse the game.
Is it just me, or does The Last of Us 2 look, well, not all that great?
While mental illness is difficult to discuss, here are some games that bring understanding and light on the issue.
The Light Within & the Christian’s Journey
The Blue Bomber & Adoption
The power of Persona, friendship, and fellowship.
What’s the difference between finding worth in games & finding worth in Christ?
Why I never pay full price for a game and neither should you.
Cecil’s journey out of the domain of darkness and newness of life.