Chicory: A Colorful Tale [game]

  Chicory: A Colorful Tale [game]

AH, THIS GAME IS REALLY GOOD. IT'S CLEARLY A GAME THAT IS EXTREMELY PERSONAL IN THE WAY NIGHT IN THE WOODS IS. I DON'T KNOW, AS THINGS GO, I DON'T FEEL LIKE I DO FEEL A LOT OF IMPOSTER SYNDROME. SO A LOT OF THIS GAME FELT SORT OF REVERSED FOR ME. I DON'T KNOW HOW TO PHRASE IT TO PUT IT IN A LIGHT GAME REVIEW, BUT I GUESS I MOSTLY KNOW I COULD DO BETTER IF I TRIED HARDER AND JUST AM UNABLE TO DO THAT, RATHER THAN EVER FEELING OVER MY HEAD OR FAKE. I DON'T KNOW, IT'S NOT THAT THE GAME DOESN'T HIT WITH ME, BUT IT GOT ME THINKING A LOT ABOUT IMPOSTER SYNDROME AND FOR ALL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SELF DOUBT I DO HAVE I MOSTLY JUST DON'T HAVE THAT ONE. 

PS. IT'S WEIRD THIS GAME EVEN HAS BOSS FIGHTS. THEY ARE ALL OKAY, BUT THEY ARE MOSTLY A LITTLE HARD TO CONTROL BUT STILL EASY BECAUSE YOU CAN'T DIE. IT FEELS LIKE THE ONE FIGHT WITH ACTUAL CHICORY IS THE ONLY GOOD FIGHT. LIKE MAYBE THAT WAS THE LAST BOSS IN SOME OTHER VERSION OF THE STORY AND THEY WENT SOME OTHER WAY WITH THE PLOT SO NOW THERE IS JUST ONE RANDOM FIGHT ABOUT A THIRD OF THE WAY IN THE GAME THAT IS LIKE A THOUSAND TIMES MORE ANIMATED AND DYNAMIC THAN ALL OTHER FIGHTS.

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