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A member registered Jun 11, 2020

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I love the non-linear spiral narrative of the story. New facets of scenes we've experienced are revealed slowly, microaggressions compound. It's really smartly written and designed. The sound design and voice acting are incredible. Yes it focuses on negative experiences, but the pacing allowed me to take my time without getting overwhelmed and the sound design coaxed me back into the experience. The game feels both generous and confident in that way. This would make a great series - I'm invested in the character and am rooting for her. 

This was sweet and really fun. I liked serving the regulars.

TLDR; Hell yeah, Obelisk! Is this Obelisk?

Liskheads rejoice! I literally flipped out when I saw this game on here. My friends and I were so into this game as kids. My dad helped me build a computer so I could play it at home. Been looking for an emulator for years!

It's good, but I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels like there's stuff missing in this version. I think Google Fiber is part of the problem. There's always a bit of a let down when you go back and play a nostalgic game, but this game is weirdly vacant. My friends and I based SO much of our identity on this game. We jammed to 8-bit Rammstein because of this game, we had so many inside jokes about marjoram oil and the wand of slanderousness, we role played the Realm of 9 Stones in the cafeteria despite being pelted with stale bread rolls by the popular kids, we never shut up about astral projection...I still refer to places I do or don't vibe with as peaceful or ominous land. You needed insulated mitts to play without getting burned by the hot joystick, so I taught myself how to sew and was able to quit babysitting because I made pretty decent money selling StickMitts and cloaks to friends and at Dragon's Lair in Austin. The game was a true classic. Right? This version is barely lukewarm.

Maybe I've become to jaded with age, but I feel so empty playing this now. Or maybe I just feel confused.