It doesn't really matter, if you're asking if it makes a difference in the story. I never really noticed it after I chose. --- "Wouldn't Lara have her time-of-the-month?" "Well, why else do you think she went on a killing spree?" ~ NicoGrimm
Did Cage and Bird serve different purposes? Or was it just a small dialogue change? I picked Cage and we eventually find out that CAGE are musical notes to control Songbird.
But what about Bird? I and R are not music notes.
Nothing changes if you choose bird I think. The musical notes at the end are definitely still CAGE. I just chose bird since it made sense. Elizabeth was like a bird, finally free from her cage. --- At some point, you're going to have to talk to a tree and do what it says. - Arbor Day Rule, Grand List of RPG Cliches.