The Bakers’ development has strict beginning and ending points, whereas the house is always shifting and evolving as the story progresses.
I enjoy skill point allocation. The problem is my brain. Somewhere in this man’s body is the decision-making ability of a child.
“There’s something incredibly appealing about a game meant just for two–it can feel intimate and casual and competitive all at once.”
“There is no reward for completing a difficult series of puzzles except another series of puzzles.”
“I went to the Baker estate today to walk through the house and give them a quote. Jack Baker, the man of the house, seemed a bit…off.”
“If I stopped playing, if I refused to pick up the controller, John would stay safe, forever in digital limbo where bullets are ineffective.”