Garrett from The Koalition writes:
Night in the Woods hits too close to home. Life changes once you hit your twenties, even if you’re still fit as a teenager biologically. Older people expect the most from you, and they’re disappointed if you fail, even when you’re still in the earliest of your twenties. You’re supposed to adapt to more responsibilities, and older people become suspicious the longer you put them off. Finally, as you progress in your twenties, you become increasingly aware of your inevitable mortality; it seems far off now, until you realize time seems to speed up. This is what Infinite Fall’s Night in the Woods is all about, and I was more than happy to experience it at E3.