This is a bit of a spiritual successor to the stuff I was doing on my blog, but in a new and improved form! Count yourselves lucky. Essentially, it’s a sort of pseudo-review without any sort of critical backing, and more a mind-splurge on a page in a bunch of metaphors and personal events. This time, it’s concerning The Longest Journey, a game almost a decade old from Funcom, who most recently did the Age of Conan MMO. It’s an adventure game, a genre I’ve barely even scratched the surface of apart from things like Escape from the Crimson Room, and Myst when my dad used to play it on our old Mac. So I’m coming to the game fresh, and interestingly, I didn’t flounder quite as much as I thought I was going to.