Square-chan closed the door as slowly and quietly as possible as she tiptoed into her house. It was later than anticipated, and the last thing she wanted to do was wake up her parents. She slowly moved into her room, and once she had crossed that threshold, she exhaled for the first time since entering the house. Safe. Turning on her lamp, she began to remove her hair clips, but she noticed a letter on her desk, with the words “Square-chan” written across the front. She recognized that handwriting. It was Mama Square’s. She sighed and tore open the letter; “To my beloved daughter, I know we don’t always see eye to eye, and I know that I’ve been pretty harsh with you lately, but I want you to know that it’s only because I care for you. I want you to enjoy a happy life, and a lucrative future, but with the way you’re headed right now, I just don’t think that’s going to happen for you. Please do me a favour, as your parent, and someone who loves you more than life itself. Please make a game with Sony-senpai. It doesn’t have to be anything romantic, just a plain, platonic game, made out of the desire for individual success. Papa Square and I believe Sony-senpai knows what he’s doing for the future, and we’d be crushed if you missed this opportunity. Please, just make one game with Sony-senpai. If it goes poorly, I can promise you that I’ll never bother you about this again. I love you more than all the stars in the sky. -Mama Square xoxo” Square-chan crumpled the letter and tossed it vaguely towards the garbage bin. “You’ll never bug me again, huh?” She sighed. Well, whatever. Nothing to lose, she figured. “One game with this Sony-senpai loser, nothing romantic… What could possibly go wrong?”