Thursday, 22 February 2018

Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered Walkthrough Gameplay Part 11-Chapt...



Fifteenth Gameplay Walkthrough on Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered

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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered Walkthrough Gameplay Part 10-Chapt...



Tenth Gameplay Walkthrough on Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered

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Monday, 5 February 2018

Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered Walkthrough Gameplay Part 9-Chapte...



Ninth Gameplay Walkthrough on Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered

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Monday, 8 January 2018

Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered Walkthrough Gameplay Part 6-Chapte...



Sixth Gameplay Walkthrough on Uncharted: Drakes Fortunes Remastered

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Tuesday, 2 January 2018

How Shadow of War helped me cope with Mental Illness

You may think I'm being a little bit melodramatic when I say that a game can help with an illness such as depression.

Well, you'd be wrong, in my opinion, why? Because Shadow of War helped me see in Talion, what I could see in my own life and what happend leading up to my first period of hopelessness. Talion has somewhat been through the wars during Shadow of Modor, and his story starts not at all like my own but quickly envelops everything that I could have imagined in my own head for me. Talion is murdered along with his family, but a Wraith decides that this ultimate destruction would be a great way to strike back at Sauron.

Using revenge of the family, The Wraith (Celebrimbor) resurrects the Rangers corpse and lies that he's come back to life for vengence of his family, that they've both been wronged and need to unleash their fury. These sweet mutterings turn put to be a lie, all the way through the game Talion dislikes his actions and has to live with them, not only killing Orcs as before but enslaving them. Having being pushed by an outside force into actions he isn't comfotable with plays its toll on Talion. These tensions are only pushed further when the The Hand of Sauron gives away that Talion could have died and got what he wanted all along. There's no sacred bond, the Wraith has possessed him and won't let go.
This gets more strange in Shadow of War, as a new ring has been forged to counter Sauron. The whole relationship between these two characters speaks volumes to me, not only because of the constant sweet nothings whispered in the ears of Talion, to make him easier to control (as a few people have in my own life) but because he hates who he has become. A key trait in a depressed mind, but then it forces it deeper, crunching at your soul until you feel yourself slipping away. Shadow of War develops in this way, Talion slowly comes to resent himself, Celebrimbor and his Orc army. He hates his life and everything in it. He longs for an end, again just like I did. I spare you the details, but this is something my mind drags me to everytime I even get a tiny bit low.

How did this help me? Well, it showed me you can break away from negative influences, as does Talion late in the game, Celebrimbor finds a new host, when Talion refuses to go through with fighting Sauron and what is left of his army. He dies and gets what he craved. Brought back again be Shelob the Spider when she reaches out to him and gets him to wear Isildor's ring, he is born again, out of hatred, again this is how depression had a hold of me when I felt my life had fallen apart. He tries to ignore the influences of the ring, but eventually succumbs. This is where our similarities end, as I'm now trying to fight the negatives for the first time in my life and Talion's story has shown me it can be done.

You may think that I'm reading too much in to this, but I tell you that this game is probably one of the most powerful pieves of storytelling to ring through my consciencous mind. In the end Talion becomes what he hated to begin with, I now know what I've come to dislike of myself and I'm fighting those thoughts, but without seeing a battle from within on screen, I'm not sure I'd have had the courage to get back to sorting myself out, after my second episode. Games aren't just fun for me, they open my eyes to a lot more, a reading between the lines, if I can, helps me much more than anything.