Let’s Play Pumpkin Eater (Steam)

This game was recommended to me by Ashterial and can be found on PC/Steam. This is basically a visual novel game about a family who’s tragic accident takes a turn for the worse as they days go on by. The conversation about death, decomposition and mental health is all tackled in this game that at first glance you would not think goes the way it goes. I felt like as a huge fan of the Forensic Files TV show, I really enjoyed a game that went this far into the weeds about certain aspects of life that are just taken for granted or just brushed over. So kudos to the devs for going into a topic that is usually not really looked at. This is not a game for the faint of heart or if you have problems dealing with what happens to bodies after they have passed on.

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    Let’s Play Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory

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  • Let’s Play FROSTBITE: Deadly Climate (Steam)
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    Let’s Play Cute Girls VR (Steam VR)

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