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@Tasuki With respect, your comparable analogy is somewhat flawed. For the record, I struggle with social anxiety, depression and OCD, and have taken myself to the top of a very tall bridge before.

Depression and suicide is a personal tragedy; by definition, it isolates you and makes you feel alone, you versus the world. Taking your own life primarily impacts you, and you alone. This is why wider society needs awareness campaigns and a greater understanding of mental health issues, because it's almost impossible to know what's going on inside another person's head. The only way to effectively be able to recognise and support those in need of assistance is if you know a problem exists in the first place; up until now, and probably for a while yet, most people's ignorance of mental health will more often than not result in dismissive statements like "Oh, just pull yourself together!" or "Doesn't everybody do that?"

Education comes in many forms, and humour has been used for awareness campaigns to great effect in the past, and hopefully again in future. It's why I asked whether this game opened with a disclaimer warning people about the content and providing support details and signposts to further information. If it did then, whilst I'm sure the game's content treads a very fine line, it could at least claim to be trying to make a difference and bringing awareness of anxiety, depression and suicidal tendencies to gamers. Unfortunately, as Sammy confirmed, no such disclaimer is featured, and therefore this game is in incredibly bad taste... but, despite being personally offended, I still don't find it on the same level as your comparable analogy.

We're all acutely aware of the impact of school shootings, terrible acts of violence where an individual robs other innocent people of their lives. It's not an act of isolation, but rather an act of destruction, of taking things that don't belong to you. It's a selfish crime against society, and most certainly not a personal act of internal consequence. Laughing and joking about a school shooting dishonours the memory of the victims and insults their families.

Sometimes it takes a divergent sense of humour to break through apathy on a certain subject. One man's offensive joke is another critic's "brave material" and, as I said before, it's a very fine line. As somebody who's desperate for things to change for the better, however, I support any well-intentioned attempt. It's just a shame that this game isn't one of them.











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While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

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While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

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While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

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People can easily decide whether to buy or not with the Suicide Game.

However, Loot Boxes are Ripping off Players who have a real interest to Play the Released Title - if they decide not to fork out for a Micro-transaction, they feel they are missing a part of the experience or at a disadvantage in a Multi-Player Universe.

I have No problem with Micro-transactions for items not affecting Gameplay - ie Different Costume for Batman, Decals for my
Dirt Rally Car etc Do Not Need Them - No Payment - but to enhance Gameplay -No Go






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Suicide Rev 3

While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

Suicide Rev 1
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Suicide Rev 2

While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

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Suicide Rev 3

While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

Suicide Rev 1
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Suicide Rev 3

While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

Suicide Rev 1
Suicide Rev 2






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Suicide Rev 4

While the objective in most games is to stay alive, tasks you with terminating your beer bloated existence. Chubby Pixel’s first-person puzzle platformer could have been vulgar, but there’s enough irreverent humour in this bizarre sequence of bonkers vignettes to make its dark premise work. Still, while it’s not a complete disaster, it never really sets the world alight either.

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