Valtia wrote:I do think now that Leslie might have been hooked up to STEM, or due to his being connected before, Ruvik has some hold on him, enough to materialize in the real world and kill the Beacon Mental Hospital staff. The repeat of that scene later left me really lost, so just guessing here.
That does make sense.
Maybe they kept a close eye on Leslie and unplugged him every so often( especially when there were signs of Ruvik being present), hoping that they'd have Ruvik in their hands and then try to destroy him while he was in Leslie's body. Or at least she thought she had him.
She did try to kill towards the end. How come she didn't try it in the beginning or in the middle of the game? It was towards the end instead. I could be way off but it's something to ponder on.
Something to think about...
People in the hospital were dead upon arrival. Now, all of us think that they were already hooked up to STEM. Yes, that makes sense. We are seeing this in dream state. Now, we are also seeing this when Sebastian wakes up from STEM. Everybody is dead during this time too.
Well, maybe there isn't a real world in the game at all ( Just the part when Kidman is above him in the hospital, then he goes under again, to protect him from others lurking around. I think she's just using Sebastian and others to get her job done.) It's possible that all of this from start to beginning was indeed the world of Ruvik, and that we've never experienced the real world in this game at all.
Another thing had me thinking. Why send anyone into the machine at all. Was it to get any secret information that Ruvik may have about the tests that were going on, so they can have it for themselves? Why would you even put a boy into a machine that is presumably compatible with someone so dangerous. I mean, that could be bad for everyone if things were to get out of hand. The people that are responsible for the main characters going into the machine must have a really secret agenda.
What are your thoughts about this? I mean, what is the main motive here. Is it secret information stored in Ruvik's head? So, sending in people and a compatible person is the only way of doing this, right? I read the files in the game and there were a lot of failures with synchronicity. So, there were many attempts to get the right person for the job. It was a kid that was fit for it & some adults to assure his safety. Is this Kidman's plans? I'm just spewing out food for thought. Your thoughts?
I think the only real world we'll get to see & play is through the eyes of Kidman in the upcoming DLC. Hey, I could be wrong but it's something to think about. I'm guessing that a major part of Kidman DLC will take place in the hospital. I think that will answer a lot of questions, and all of the ones that are lingering could be answered via smaller mission and/or hidden items or files.
All thoughts here are very interesting. Who knows...maybe the DLC will surprise everyone.
One of the biggest mysteries in the game is that hospital.
Do you all agree?