"Don't be sorry, be better"

I wasn't a very well behaved kid, but one of the lessons my parents instilled in me at a young age was that it was more important to learn from my mistakes than to be sorry about them. That taking something negative and improving myself had more value than simply being apologetic.

Thanks mom and dad! <3

Anyway I beat Father of Son, I mean God of War about a month ago to see what the hub-bub was about. It was a great game for sure, but seriously left me wanting so much more... even as a mere reintroduction for the franchise I felt like I needed to kill at least 2 more Gods before I was satisfied with the narrative xP Then again, I simply blasted through the main story... I just never felt the urge to explore with how the plot always gave me a sense of urgency in playing the next act.