"The answers are all here. The answers are in the light."
How did you react to that line? Did the ambiguity intrigue you, the mystery of what it could mean that "the answers are in the light," or did it just not phase you at all? It's an important distinction to make now, because if you're the latter type, you might not get a lot out of Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. But if you're the type who loves to soak in a good story, pore over every clue and poke your nose into every nook and cranny in search of some greater understanding, then you'll find Rapture to be a poignant and tenebrously beautiful experience that rewards your thoroughness and devotion. It's a flawed game for sure, sometimes maddeningly so, but the bright spots amongst the darkness here are usually just good enough to be worth the trudge.