Jason said, "But why is it good to go against the instinct for self-survival?"
"Because the instinct for survival loses in the end. With every living creature, mole, bat, human, frog. Even frogs who smoke cigars and play chess. You can never accomplish what your survival instinct sets out to do, so ultimately your striving ends in failure and you succumb to death, and that ends it. But if you love you can fade out and watch-"
"I'm not ready to fade out," said Jason
"-you can fade out and watch with happiness, and with cool, mellow, alpha contentment, the highest form of contentment, the living on of one of those you love."
- from Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said by Phillip K. Dick
02:43 face- how does someone submit a ban request? 02:43 face- Stringers doesn't like mango or coffee
This game features great gameplay, and highly rewards players who attempt to navigate each level in a variety of styles and methods. It is then combined with a highly developed setting and storyline that immerses the player and makes the decisions made throughout the game even more poignant. This combinantion between innovative gameplay and a though-provoking environment have truly produced a triumph in gaming.
Set yourself aside a few hours. Sit down and enjoy the experience of Dear Esther. Try to avoid having a break, and just take it all in. Look around you, let yourself fall into the world unravelling in front of you. This was amazing.