1,281Th3solutionWed 27th Feb 2019 I finished Virginia last night. What a strange game that was. I think I did myself a disservice by playing it over three short sessions separated over a few weeks. The game is so short (maybe like 2 hours or so) that I felt like spreading it out to get the most of it, but in reality it is probably intended to be done in one sitting because I have no idea what in the world the thing was about. When it’s revealed that your perspective has been changing the whole time and, in fact you’ve been observing the chain of events from different characters points of view, my mind was blown. At least I think that’s what was happening; I could be wrong about that. Since I played the first half of the game a couple weeks ago (and shoehorned a Red Dead marathon in between) I forgot the full context of what I had seen in the earlier chapters. Now that I know what I’m looking for, and that I may not be playing the same character the whole game, then I can maybe piece it together. Even then, I’m still wondering what the whole thing about the flying saucer is.... and the buffalo? Who’s this cult doing sacrifices? And the dead bird? Huh? Pretty sure there’s some symbolism stuck in there somewhere. I’m going to go back and do a second run later and play through in one sitting and see if the story makes more sense. Maybe it’s not supposed to make sense. [shrug] It’s weird stuff. And that’s not a bad thing. I can appreciate a game or story with a cryptic esoteric message and I think the game has something profound to say. But I just don’t know what that is yet. 😅 The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.