I’ve seen people make reviews and I like everyone’s input on it (just because I’m curious about what everyone else thinks), and as far as I can see it seems fair to think the way you do; especially for now since it’s just early photos….
Now I’m not going to criticize just yet, especially since my judgement is not so good at things at the current time being, but as far as the leaked photos I’m sure there will be improvements. I don’t want to say anything until the game officially comes out and I’ve had a chance to play it.
Makes me reaaaaly wish to be at Gamescon on the 20th, I want to get my hands on that Playstation 4!
::Good Enough: Chapter 1 - Part 6::
I got up from the bar, deciding not to speak anymore about me smiling. I couldn’t stand it when she would be nosy like this. I walked past my curious twin, seeing her roll her eyes by the question I gave her, “Mathias….I know you….I know you’re happy about something. It isn’t a bad thing to admit for once that you have feelings.” She sounded annoyed with me, if I were her I would be too; it’s not like I could not blame her. I turned to her and rested against the armchair with a long sigh, “Look….my dear sister….we are Vampires. Feelings don’t come to us naturally, therefore that means it’s a warning to avoid it. Now, let’s head to bed before we get roasted alive by the coming sun.” I honestly did not want to dwell on the topic, nor did I want to be around when the sun would shine through the wide windows within 5 minutes.
::Good Enough: Chapter 1 - Part 5::
I searched the whole night for a reasonable lease that was close to the college, it seemed I was little too late since most of the student body had rented them all out. It was either that there were no vacant apartments left or the factor that I was different that had then resulted in a slammed door without a given chance to speak; one of the many reasons why I despised the human race - except her. I quietly entered my family’s mansion as I rested upon the bar in the lounge - just one drink before I went to rest for the dawn was on the rise.
I could hear my sister’s voice clearly echoing the halls as the sound of her high heels clapped against the ground rushing into the room. “Mathias! I thought you were in trouble! It never takes you….y-you…you’re smiling….” My attention was in many places, but the astonishment of my sister had amused me. “What of it?” I asked stiffly, adjusting my stature to look up at her, “Is it wrong of me to carry an expression on my face?”
::Good Enough: Chapter 1 - Part 4::
Before she could reply to me, the train car had stopped, letting us know that I had to let her go to her stop. I saw her smile fade as she turned towards the door. It alarmed me, I have never seen her not smile; it was very curious. “I guess I’ll see you when school starts, Mathias. This is my route, take care.” Her voice was solemn as she began to walk out of the train car. I watched her go until she was no longer visible from my view. I wish I could have said goodbye, but there were so many things rushing around my head….what could I say? Yet I know this won’t be the last time I see her, so it did not hurt me as bad as it would have.
I wanted to follow her, but what good would that do? Perhaps she was nervous about college that was to be very soon. I was not sure, but I know her scent was driving my senses wild. I had not caught my first meal of the night, but I’ll be damned if I ever lay a hand on her; nonetheless let my fangs sink into that beautiful neck of hers. I lit a cigarette to ease my nerves. It is not like I could die of lung cancer, right? Here’s to the next stop.
::Good Enough: Chapter 1 - Part 3:::
After the girl had hung up and slipped her cellphone within her skirt pocket, her head turned to me as if she could sense my presence watching her. To be quite honest I was shocked to see her even look my way. A smile had graced her full lips as she dashed to me and grasped my hand, “Oh hey! I know you!! You were at the computer science orientation at the college! I meant to say something to you since I saw you were new, but anyways! So yeah, I’m Riley, one of the beginner computer techs, and MY GOSH your skin is FREEZING…..er…what’s your name? I don’t think you got to introduce yourself at the orientation.”
I couldn’t tell if she was being fake about this rapid happiness that seemed to flow out of nowhere or that perhaps she was just a hyperactive girl to begin with; however the sparkle in her eyes gave me a feeling I’ve never experienced. It’s not that I wanted the feeling to go away, in fact I wanted it to stay. Her words were jumping from one thing to the next, yet somehow I could not help but smile to her as she was adorable after all. “Uh…yes, I am new to the college. My name is Mathias, and you seem very excited for such a late evening…”
::Good Enough: Chapter 1 - Part 2::
Well, it looks like I had to share the subway car tonight anyways. I’ve only ridden the train a few times as the old town my sister and I used to live in was close by, the train had connected from there to this new place we were to move too, so I was not a stranger in these parts; a hunter needs to know his territory after all. However tonight the stranger was not a stranger to begin with, I had seen her around before but I never could imagine her taking these rotted trains below ground.
I did not know her name, but I knew I could not mistake her face for anyone else. She’s never seen me, nor would I expect her too. She has a life of light, joy and a man waiting at home for her; what would she do with a monster like myself anyhow. I could hear her talking to a friend, she sounded happy but also very tired.
"Yeah, Lacey….we’ll figure something out for your birthday. Tell Jonathon I’m on my way. The buses stop running after a certain time so I had no other option but to take the subway….big mistake right? Haha, yeah okay, talk to you later, loser face!”
She was laughing with whomever the respondent was on the other end; I took it as they were best friends of a sort. If I had called my sister that name she would make sure I would not have a tongue by the end of the night.
::Good Enough: Chapter 1 - Part 1::
There was something peaceful about a dead subway at night, and frankly I can not even find an explanation of why I preferred to have it that way. Maybe it was the loud noises and bustling of humans that had annoyed me, crying children, lovers tearing each other’s clothes off in the back of the train car…I don’t know. I have other things on my mind at the time being, for instance this new town my twin sister and I are moving to. We’re to be freshmen at a college nearby, so she sent me out to look for a place to stay, perhaps a studio apartment.
Apparently since I’m 10 minutes older, that still counts as being the ‘big brother’ and being the head of the household. It was whatever, I did not care either way as I had to catch my late night dinner; well…breakfast if you will. I have my reasons for wandering about in the late hours of the night, but if I told you - I’d have to kill you. I have yet found someone trustworthy enough to share my secret; just to share the immortal gift with another person I would want to spent my eternity with. However that will be kept under lock and key until the right moment decides to show itself, until then patience is a sacred virtue.