@patrickklepek Fantastic read and bringing this to my attention. Playing through it has made me realise what I have been doing lately is the start on the road to depression and that while that isn't bad thing, that I shouldn't use excuses as a means of avoiding things. That I should just try to be with friends more often before I dig myself into a rut.
I am sure its not just me but the game started off for me sort of ok before getting dark but I felt hopeful at the end, maybe its the realization that you shouldn't try to carry all of your worries on your own and that letting people into your life is important.
I am really curious why is it that with THQ nearly gone their "Games on Demand" still cost €60 (Irish price) such as UFC 3, who does the money go to now? What is it that keeps the price so high if the publisher isn't around to dictate the price anymore? What benefits do Microsoft get from keeping games on their services from publishers who don't exist anymore?
i already know answers such as they get all the profits and that some of the money goes to UFC because of royalties. But does Microsoft keep the rest. Where does the rest of the money go. I am also curious about the playstation network. I think it is an interesting side to publishers and studios closing