Do you go back home, especially if home happens to be New York?
In the game of glamorization of cities, New York is the only place that gives Paris a run for its money.
To say that this was a gradual process would be an understatement.
For the record that nobody is keeping, I moved to Paris over the course of ten days, at the expedited speed of a truly efficient New Yorker.
Three years later, I came back at the pace of a languid Parisienne, stretching the endeavor over four months, half of the time it takes an embryo to morph into a human being.
I pondered, I wondered, I deliberated, I polled my friends as though the projection of a presidential election depended on it. It’s hard to leave a life that you initially borrowed, but has become so comfortable and familiar and, to some extent, so defining of your identity.
I spent all of August alone in Paris, sitting Shiva for my imminent departure. It’s hard to make a decision that isn’t driven by real circumstances, but by a simple need for change.
In the beginning of September, I had a quiet good-bye dinner, boarded a plane with six bags in tow, and came back home. But, when a city as captivating as Paris starts feeling too slow and stagnant, when you no longer peer out at the Seine from the taxi window, or stop in a dream-like daze at every bridge, when the fascination is replaced by wariness and the excitement by cynicism, it’s time to go.
The question is, where do you go next, after you have experiences the thrill of the Grand Life Change?
Hatoful Boyfriend, Mediatonic's remake of a pigeon dating sim, will launch for Play Station 4 and PS Vita in the second quarter of 2015, publisher Devolver Digital announced today. In Hatoful Boyfriend, players assume the role of the last human girl alive.
In addition to attending school, players will bond with and romance different avian companions.
The game was released for Linux, Mac and Windows PC earlier this year.
"All y'all Play Station nerds need to stop waiting for The Last Guardian to magically appear and buy my pigeon dating simulator," Devolver Digital chief financial officer Fork Parker said.