Mai 27, 2010
This article is interesting. Not only does it weave a convincing argument, it’s also the first time I’ve come across a good reason to try and watch Lost. Because the first time I had a look at my brand-new version of „Myst“, I got back to the real world over three hours later, and that only because I was hungry.
On the other hand, I’d probably watch „Lost“ and constantly listen for the special sound of the special, round beetle (as opposed to the special, oblong beetle), which I’ll have to remember for that machine riddle somewhere in season 2 (the one for which I’ll also need the lever from the end of season 3).
And then I’ll probably do what I’ve always done (with „Myst“, and „Riven“, and „Exile“), which is to put it aside for another attempt to open That Door later, when I’m less frustrated and more intelligent, and to play a Hidden Object Game instead (while the other games slowly gather dust in a long-forgotten corner of a rarely-opened cupboard).
The sad truth?
Total Number of Games I Own: No idea…20-ish?
Total Number of Games I Ever Finished: 4