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Reviews by TayoEXE24

13 Jan 2019
I'm going to be honest with this. First the good. The presentation is good. Clean design. The writing, believable, but mostly only when it was coming from you. You yourself said the game is full of half-truths, etc, so I don't know how much of this could be taken as legitimate. I know you wrote it as a very personal game, so I don't want to bash you or anything. I don't really know what happened, but I believe you even said that your father in real life had left before that. I'm sorry about that, by the way. As I get more personal with this review, I want you to know that I sincerely hope you could patch things up with your family. I would agree that treatment like that would be unfair, but I actually felt the experience was hindered because you explained that this is a lot of what-if from your perspective. I think it's an interesting idea, but I felt it was hard to sympathize in real way, only fictional. Maybe that was what you intended, so if so, I think it still delivered the feelings of being unfairly treated. It has to be hard, and if that's what you intended, I think the writing did that. Sorry for the rambling, I am not a professional writer. Anyway, it doesn't matter where I stand on the topic of LGBT, etc., but I do think that it could be a better (or at least practical) experience if maybe you did a more general version that represented the feelings of both sides. As someone noted, without the context of the culture or background of the parents, (Asian culture is too general in my opinion, but that was the only thing really noted about their background) it hurts being able to see things from the perspective of others on the other side and thus makes it harder to know how to discuss this topic. I don't know if your parents were just exaggerated or what, but I do agree that even if there is disagreement, showing a good example of how these things could be talked out properly without either side having to "win" (or relinquish personal values necessarily) and prioritizing the relationship, could be quite beneficial to helping people talk about these things in real life. There isn't an easy answer, but glad you exist and are trying to help people. Assume the best in people, that's all I could say.