Man alive, I never thought to find a good piece of suspense/horror fiction in video game satire, but this definitely takes the cake. If I had to critique anything, it would only be that Billy doesn't really act or think like an eight-year-old (I'd buy it if he was eleven, though) and that's about it. The pacing is great, and the build-up towards the climax is very well done. Definitely worth reading, even if you haven't played the game itself.
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