Hopefully you'll remember Low Batteries, our series looking at mental health and video games; sorry it's been so long since the last instalment.
This latest episode is slightly different in that the subject, grief, is not actually a mental health disorder. It is, however, severe and common enough - both virtually and in real life - to warrant a look at how it's depicted in video games.
Be warned that the video below contains a fairly big spoiler for Life is Strange and a couple of minor ones for Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.
If you think you or someone you know may be suffering, please don't carry on in silence.
In the UK:
You can call the Rethink advice and information service on 0300 5000 927 (10am-1pm).
Also the Depression Alliance, a charity, has a network of self-help groups.
Samaritans offers a 24-hour confidential helpline: 116 123
You can contact the BeyondBlue support service in 1300 22 4636
In the US:
You can call the Crisis Call Center on 1-800-273-8255 at any time of the day.
If you're more comfortable talking via text than on the phone, 7cupsoftea.com offers an anonymous chat service.
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