That was our childhood. No exaggeration. It was so amazingly easy to drop into those conversations, because they all mirrored conversations we had, twenty years ago now. So much fun playing with the built-in toys and generally organizing our in-game anime-themed double life... just like the real one. So much authenticity and soul in this.
The way it ended was beautiful and we cried so much and it was so incredibly validating.
Beautiful game. We hope that younger trans people see this and know that they're not alone, that us older beings have had this timeless experience before them, even though their computers these days have 64 bits instead of 32.
And for us, personally, it unlocked memories we didn't know we had, and something deep inside us feels like it finally moved on. Thank you so much.