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There is a moment at the end of the games much talked about first musical section (Initiation 4 - We Sing) where we see Alan turn back towards the massively self indulgent song and dance literally all about him and smile to himself, implying that, despite being a literal nightmare, there is a part of Alan that genuinely enjoys the self centered torment of The Dark Place.

I have thought about this one tiny note of Ilka Villi's performance more than I have like 90 percent of AAA video game narratives combined.

A contemporary criticism that popped up a lot for the second game was that it was too short.

So it's nice to know that Rockstar really took that critique to heart by making a game that feels like it lasts forever where nothing fucking happens

I played about 12 hours of this and then went back and installed Oblivion again.

Oblivion fuckin rocks dude