Alot can happen.
Because this is a story game, there are many different things that you can decide to do. I play through the entire 10+ hour game, looking at every detail. The game deals with a cult, sacrificing kids and adults so that a demon will grant them powers.
The main character, Mae, deals with what mite be an illness called "psychosis," where the person loosing contact with reality and because of that becomes confused, scared, anxious and depressed. Mae says in a scene, that in college, she barley left her dorm, and just wanted to sleep. So she downed cough syrup, and ate a lot of food, only to throw it up.
Another character, Angus, explains that his parents abused him. He said that his dad hit him, and his mom would lock him in a pantry overnight. He said he almost killed himself, if it wasn't for his self therapy. Later on he meets Gregg, his soon to be boyfriend.
The game also describes blood and death in very serious ways. Mae almost killed a kid in high school, she said she saw a lot of blood; which was just shapes to her. Late in the game, Mae says that she wants to die: painfully, she wants to suffer, and fail to hold on.
In one part of the game cult members kill one of their numbers for breaking the cult's rules.
Don't be mislead. This game is amazing. It has so much emotional depth, the characters feel real. I could personally relate to Mae. It teaches valuable lessons about depression, friendship, healthy relationships and LGBTQ things.
This title contains:
Ease of Play
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking