Every time this idea is used it just gets better and better. Sadly, or happily, copying your brain into ones and zeroes and running it off of a battery doesn't just magically transport your sentience and conciousness to a computer, so none of this will ever be possible. You'd just have an extremely accurate A.I. of someone deceased.
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interesting story, if you wanted you could've put some landscapes in the background that shows the current world and after time, it dies out with quality as your conciousness is going.
Thank you, I'm glad you found the experience interesting! That's a good suggestion, a glimpse of the outer desolation of the world and universe at large would've been fantastic!
Thank you so much for making a Let's Play video of my game! I really enjoyed watching your reactions to the game. The segment at the end where you were analysing the whole experience and conceptual terror was brilliant! I'd probably choose traditional death over this corporate nightmare purgatory too :)