Like how readers can get lost in books, do you get lost in video games where you are almost totally absorbed by the experience of a video game, it's story, gameplay etc?
Which games have done that for you?
Most Helpful Girl
happened to me with fallout 4~ when doing the companion quests for maccready and cait, i realized just how fleshed out the characters/their backstories were and i really connected with them.
(i adore danse as well. and i'm stuck at the part where i have to choose between the institute and the brotherhood... i'm aligned with the railroad and need to side with the institute in order to complete the quest 'underground undercover', but i really don't want to lose danse as a companion... decisions, decisions!)
as a writer, i definitely notice strong characters in others' work; regardless of the medium (books, games, etc.), those characters are practically old friends by the end. and, when you're a writer, that's a wonderful thing to feel. :)0
Most Helpful Guy
Aye, for instance, when I played Inquisition, I wanted to look up all relevant lore and see if it fits the earlier games. What's new etc.
On the gameplay side, I'm always one for the most difficult settings. I will spend days on playtesting things to see what works.
I'd consider that "getting lost" in the game :D0