The Evil Within is absolutely one of my favorite video games of all time. It was the first game I ever played on the PlayStation 4 system, and for that, it will also forever have a special place in my heart. I still have very fond memories of this title, but my attachment to it isn't just a result of sentimentality. There are a great many reasons why this particular game is so good, and I'll be going over some of the main reasons today.
Today, let's all take a moment to consider the parts of life we're thankful for. It's true that we will always encounter obstacles and hardships throughout life, but even on our worst days, and in the toughest times, there are so many things to give thanks for. Just to be alive and breathing is such an amazing experience, and a wonderful opportunity. We can choose to dwell on the negative parts of life, or we can concentrate on those that are positive and enrich our lives.
'Man of Medan' is the first entry in 'The Dark Pictures Anthology' series, a saga of horrifying, stand-alone tales. It was developed by Supermassive Games, the studio behind the smash-hit 'Until Dawn.' I played 'Until Dawn' when it first came out and absolutely loved the game. So, of course, I was very excited to see what the developers had in store next. But, does 'Man of Medan' live up to the legacy of Supermassive Games' past hit? I certainly believe so, and there are a few key reasons why.
How many of us have bought fancy, expensive pet beds for our fur babies, just for them to completely ignore the actual bed in favor of random boxes and bags? Because I've definitely experienced this, and many times, at that. I've honestly lost count of all the pet beds we've bought over the years. I don't even remember where some of them are, at this point.
Last week, we had to take one of our kitties to the vet. It doesn't matter what the visit is for; it could be for a routine checkup or a round of vaccinations, and I'd still worry to no end. We've been fortunate enough that we haven't had to take our cats to the vet very often, and they're all typically in fair health. But, I think it's more the possibility that something could be wrong. It's the chance that the veterinarian will discover a health issue, or that something will go wrong during the visit.