In the end, the most important part of self-awareness is the ability to take control of what you want. And the most important part of self-awareness is the ability to take control of how you want to do that. When you choose to do what you want and are comfortable with it, your life will be filled with happiness, joy, and peace.
It’s not always easy to make a change in your life. Sometimes it’s the easiest thing to do. We are not robots, we are flesh and blood people living in a world we created and in which we have no control over. But we can choose to take control of what we want to do and in how we want to do it.
There is some good advice out there by some of the creators of the game’s story.
The quote above was given by an indie-game-creator who was very clear about his own process in starting to take control of his life. He was not someone who had much personal experience with the “death” side of life. He was only a kid when he first turned to game design. He said that when he was “living the life of a 20 year old kid” his attitude was more like “oh, I want to make money.
Why? Because the game-creator was very clear about how he had access to the information he needed to design the game. For example, he was very clear about how to design the game’s content.
We’ve known that he was on Deathloop Island for a while, even before he was sent there. It’s in his head, so he can’t hear the voices, but he can still see the visions.
I feel bad for Colt. It looks like he spent the last few years in a very stressful time, and it looks like he’s now faced with the challenge of being trapped in a time loop for all eternity. I’m sure he’s not looking forward to it, but at the same time I’m pretty sure he doesn’t want to be in a time loop either.
The voiceover for the game has been in development for six years. We have no idea what the game’s story is about, but based on the trailer it seems to be a fairly simple one.
For more on the game, check out our own review and our video interview with Arkane Studios’ lead game designer and co-founder.