Rivasandre wrote:I tend to bore people when I talk in terms like this and I don't want to make an impression of a "boring?" person.
Rivasandre wrote:Aisute it is awesome to hear that you thought it was a spiritual experience, because that is exactly what I was experiencing throughout the whole game, and I also agree it was very therapeutic. The matter for me is trying to capture what the game brought to me while I was playing it, and applying it everyday.
I tend to bore people when I talk in terms like this and I don't want to make an impression of a "boring?" person. I just enjoy talking about deep and spiritual things. Which is why Journey was just an amazing game for me.
On the other hand nice to meet you two.
standinthemoon wrote:Mm, I definitely see what you mean! Journey helped pull me out of a really deep depression I had been in for weeks (and an artistic and musical rut I've been in for months, if not years). Art has the power to turn lives around like that, I think. At least, it's always been true for me.
Haha, your grammar is fine!
Rivasandre wrote:I think school washes creativity away (this is my opinion). That is why I am entering a vocational school so I can focus on one thing.
Journey on the other hand is a very inspirational game. Your path/journey to the mountain is your path to fulfilling your desires....that's what I saw and grasped from the game play. Skill wise I fell in the same hole, but its always there. It's muscle memory .
Im in the same rut musically, but i'd love to hear what you have done. No problem if you don't (it would be very understandable).
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