Yes, of course, duh. With a new section on video game writers and other journalists unionizing. Shoutouts to @IWWFJU for being rad as hell.
Mental health issues have regularly been stigmatized in public, both in popular media and in public discourse. The result of this stigmatization is clear: people don’t seek appropriate treatment for their issues, their friends and family often mishandle them based on misconceptions or downright falsehoods, and as a result, their quality of life is substantially lowered.
As I was walking toward Holly’s location near the power plant entrance to finish the sidequest where I checked all the power pylons for damage, a quick-time event popped up on my screen for a split second.
I was tempted to start No Escape as a response - a spiteful response - to individuals within games media who maintain that the only correct position to take regarding politics in games is the one closest to the middle. No Escape would be a rejection of that position, and on top of that it would be opposed to an even more nefarious force within games discourse that claims games for the reactionary right-wing.