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I’m on to chapter 3 (or so) and I think my initial hunch that this is all high meta (like, a story about stories, a game about games, etc) is feeling more and more correct

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I mean maybe I’m digging too deep but I read the name “Polaris” (the otherworldly deity/being sharing the mind of the protagonist) being a pun for “players”

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@andypressman just looking into this game for the first time - is it like, the x-files??

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@ellen yes totally

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@andypressman omg I’m gonna play this game.

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@ellen once it opens up an hour or so in it’s so much fun to play, too

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@ellen like in theme and aesthetic. But then also (I think, anyway) thematically about video games and power fantasies

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@andypressman welp I’m interested!

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