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But imagine some regular joe, who works a crappy job 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. I mean would he/she really give up being a super powerful warrior, with all the drugs and sex with a hot tribal girl?
I would almost be able to suspend my disbelief enough for this if Jason wasn't loving the hell out of everything with the "woohoo" and "I'm so high" stuff. Like, you know, slowly being corrupted by temptation and all that stereotypical crap.
I think either ending is actually the bad ending. Can you imagine what life would be like for Jason when he goes back? He's not suited for a Santa Monica lifestyle anymore.
he did say that he can suppress that side of him now. and arguably he showed that restraint when he chose not to kill his friends. besides, imagine if somebody tries to jump him? they are soooooo dead.
he could always be a bodyguard.
Colt 45 and two zig-zags, Baby that's all we need We can go to the park, after dark, smoke that tumbleweed!
Game story is based on saving friends. Side with crazy jungle people who want to murder said friends or save said friends?
WHAT A MORAL CHOICE!!!
From: ZeroDMC | #009
but who among us wouldn't want to stay on the island?
The one with no modern medicine, technology etc? The one without most of his family? The one full of armed gurillas and murderous animals?
From: tyrongkojy | #007
He tries to get his friends back, but along the way looses himself, his humanity, through the nearly endless slaughter. Seriously, what's dumb about that?
The stupid ****jng drug sequences and the fact that the tribals have no motivation beyond being bat**** insane and on drugs. It's not like Jason made the choice either, they kidnapped the friends he was clearly estatic about saving and want him to murder them.
Everything after parachuting into the second island storywise was awful.