With your love at your side and your first book on the best-seller list, there’s nothing that seems impossible to you. You’ve set the pain of your struggles behind you and settled into a comfortable life of stability.
After all you’ve been through, surely there is no doubt it’s well deserved. However, despite all you’ve earned, dissenting voices whisper of you from obscurity.
They call you a monster, manipulative and unrepentant. Some seethe with jealousy, others send you unwarranted praise. Fanatics regard you with reverence, while the old guard question your true worth.
Only You Can Decide If they’re Right.
Always Sometimes Monsters was the story of a struggling author trying to achieve something by winning back the love of their life. It was a tale about the trials we go through in the efforts to define ourselves.
Sometimes Always Monsters is the other side of the same journey. Beginning the game both married and successful, this story will take you on the carefree downhill slide that comes after every great climb.
In as many was as possible, the games are designed to be reflections of one another. There are many parallels between the two, but they are opposites more often than not. Everything about the game’s setup and tone has been turned on its head to provide a familiar experience with a very different range of emotions.
No longer alone in your journey, you will be accompanied by a hand-selected group of authors who can join you on your daily adventures. Together you will explore the city stops of your bus tour and influence each other as your capacity for friendship and forgiveness will be put to the test.
In addition to your fellowship of scribes, you will have the opportunity to bring your spouse with you on the expedition. The connection you share with them is pivotal to the outcome of the storyline, but the freedom to manage it will be left to you. Deciding what role your significant other plays in your new life is crucial to maintaining that relationship.
Having your husband or wife accompany you may bring you closer together, but it may also tear you apart. Similarly, the choice to venture onward without them may leave your household more stable, but possibly at the cost of what closeness you shared.