A couple months ago I wrote that Kansas was changing. Following that post games really didn't do anything for me, but when Mass Effect 3 came out I was again was fully enjoying being engrossed within a videogame universe.
I played bits here and bits there as I was on my tour so I just maybe got in 15-30 minutes at a time in the evening at whatever hotel I was at, but I was enjoying it greatly. When I got back home I spent every moment I had at home to play through the story. It felt so great to once again enjoy games, but last week I finished it and ever since then I have been in a minor funk (the ending didn't help anything either but that is not the point of this post.)
I've experienced this many times in my life; when something is so great and then it ends how does one simply move on? I'm sure everyone experiences this, but I think for us on the spectrum we don't hop onto the next thing as fast. I haven't had much time to consider what I should play next, but when I have I can think of nothing because I truly want to keep moving forward in something that is finished.
Perhaps this is an example of transitions being difficult, or maybe I'm just in the void of playing a rare gem of a game that was awesome, but whatever the case may be I am having a hard time simply playing anything. I look at my games and Skyrim is staring at me and the only thing I can say is, "blah" as there's no interest. My mom probably wished that I would have this "blah" feeling about 16 years ago, but for today I'm still in the midst of being in the void of after game and nothing is even remotely interesting.