The anticipation of a new game is a palpable sensation, fraught with many unbeknownst and uncontrollable variants, one we have all stumbled through at some stage during are virtual endeavours. Your brain unconsciously pieces together the vagueness associated with interpretations of limited screenshots, and attempts to untangle the morose dialogue of self-indulgent writers, profusely willing to stupefy readers with an articulate, representation of the english language, while also demonstrating vast, grammatic superiority and neurotic descriptions, more cryptic than a tapestry woven by Sheldon Cooper, depicting aspects of particle physics, rather than disclosing informative knowledge on anticipated games (sounds familiar?). Expectations become inflated, often perpetrated by our own imaginative misrepresentations, signifying a failure to live up to are own auspicious imaginings, that are conceptually fiendish to replicate. Though there’s nothing more suggestible to your enjoyment than your initial stint into a game, especially the start.
The exhilaration of a new game, the sense of immersion is comprehensively devouring, leaving you in a suspended state of wonderment. It’s an experience that is completely unparalleled, with no distinction to compromise your ingenuity and taint your aspirations. It’s an unmolested freedom that’s so concise, that even when the inevitable grievances that the progressive future will accumulate, degenerating your experience into consistent resentments that appear so aggravatingly irrational, that for a majestic, almost evanescent moment of euphoria, these delinquent obsessive, absurdities are an unforseen, and a barely comprehensible paradox. Your decisive actions, as well as the implications of these decisions, are also comparatively intensified by your first play through.
Your actions are far more indecisive, restrained by lingering doubts as your constantly burdened by apprehensive accountability, that requires sufficient time to ponder so as to avoid these consequences, that retains greater relevancy when first applied. You consciously attempt to avoid any lingering doubts, regarding ability to instigate succinct, fair-minded decisions, which are significantly reduced with decisive and prudent manipulations, of pride and decency.
A new game instills a sense of magnified capabilities, where possibilities presented appear inexhaustible. Who amongst you can honestly say that your first few hours in the voluminous world of Skyrim, weren’t spent gazing in astonished wonder at the beautifully formulated world, so conceptually improbable, yet effectively contrived? You have no preconceived, provocations or ambitions to achieve better and more efficient accolades, than your previous endeavours, and the only opportunity where you are free to indulge, rather than compete. These are the moments to relish. It’s in relinquishing these reticence, that allows you to adopt and enjoy the experience, where the only restrictions should be your imagination. So enjoy your first time, because further simulations will be far less satisfying. Though that only applies to gaming, and is not a general rule, if your aware of what I’m referring too? *wink, wink*. That’s right its an implied insinuation to…….”choclate cake”. *cough*
Have you found your first time to be your best? Let me know of your experiences.