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Submitted by rajeanak25 918d ago | news

Battle Depression In 'Depression Quest'

"Depression Quest is an interactive story in which players take on the role of a twenty-something living with depression. Players attempt to manage family, work, a romantic relationship and a creative project, while struggling with the challenges presented by the character’s depression. Depression Quest resembles another indie game experience, Actual Sunlight (discussed by IGM’s Matt Suckley here) in that the game makes a statement about the effects of depression through the player’s interactions." - Meg Stivison (Depression Quest, Indie, PC)

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