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    r_winzenried's GameLog for Here They Lie (PS4)

    Thursday 29 March, 2018

    Today as I was playing, it felt a bit scarier, especially the part when you are in the tunnels where the train is. It always feels like there is something behind you, or that something is going to jump out and attack you. It's cool that the game can keep you on your toes in that way, but as far as the actual game play, there's not much for the character to actually engage in. It seems to me that one of the main things you do is to wander around and explore, with the occasional phone call, or note, and the option to interact briefly with the other people with animal heads on.

    The game has me thinking a lot about how I can piece everything I'm given together, so that I might be able to answer some of the questions I have. A lot isn't clear, and I know that's intentional. I've got a ways to go before I have finished the game, and I hope at the end of it I have a better understanding of where I am, how I got there, and so on.

    Morally, the thing that stood out to me was the other creatures and their interactions, and my interactions with them. It seems like there was a lot of violence and I had the choice to partake in that, or as in the case I mentioned earlier, if I wanted to rescue them when they were being hung on the noose. These type of things are interesting and make me think.


    The scene of dead bodies sounds really powerful. Analyzing that could certainly point to you to an ethical question or statement. My advice is to make sure to focus on just one topic ( such as how to treat the people with the animal masks) and to find evidence besides the hanging dead bodies to support your thesis.

    Thursday 5 April, 2018 by Lynn
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