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Gone Home is a first-person exploration video game developed and published by The Fullbright Company. Set in the year , Gone Home puts the player in the role of a young woman returning from overseas to her rural Oregon family home to find her family currently absent and the house empty, leaving her to piece together recent events. Gone Home does not feature much interactivity, but instead has the player explore the house at their own pace and determine what has transpired by examining items, journals, and other items left around the various rooms. The Fullbright team, having previously worked on BioShock 2: Minerva's Den , took concepts and ideas from that game to craft an exploration game to engage the player in uncovering the narration by non-linear progression by searching the house, while keeping the project manageable for their small team.
Wednesday, March 20, Update! It's been a while but I've been finally re-uploading all my exclusive themes on Dropbox and hopefully they won't expire. I also haven't thought of making new themes and I was holding off on my PS4 Wallpapers for too long but will upload new walls on PS4Wallpapers.
Queer video game content is also often only the meager result of a game allowing the player to create a male or female character and not limiting NPC romantic preferences. Being able to marry Miria when playing as a female or Davin while playing as a male in Fallout 2 might seem like nothing nowadays, but in it was groundbreaking. There are even non-binary characters, including playable characters, in games like Undertale or Read Only Memories.