Gut feeling. Spoilers

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2 years ago#1
Don't spoil me but just say if I'm incredibly wrong. But I have a feeling the magic world is fake and this kids just imagining crap to handle his mother's loss.
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2 years ago#2
I'm just after Ding Dong Dell, heading to the Desert
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2 years ago#3
You're incredibly wrong.
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2 years ago#5
_wwKd_ posted...
Don't spoil me but just say if I'm incredibly wrong. But I have a feeling the magic world is fake and this kids just imagining crap to handle his mother's loss.


I actually thought this same thing when I first started playing. But no thats not it.
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2 years ago#6
Thankfully the game doesn't go for this boring cliche.
2 years ago#7
ToadWarrior posted...
Thankfully the game doesn't go for this boring cliche.


To be fair, the final chunk of story is a massive cliche.
2 years ago#8
lanif posted...
he doesn't ***...... they are ***....



Dude mark spoilers that's a huge part of the game a least 30 hours away from where the TC is.
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2 years ago#9
I thought this to when I first started playing and it made all the trips back to Motorville rather depressing. I know it would have been somewhat of a cliche plot point to do that but I almost thought they would when Oliver has a flashback/dream when his mother gives him the Drippy stuffed animal (which, imo, was one of the best/saddest scenes in the game). I mean, there's still room to interpret the plot in this way, there certainly are a few hints that suggest it, but they kinda end up going a different route with it.
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2 years ago#10
Monistic_Turtle posted...
I thought this to when I first started playing and it made all the trips back to Motorville rather depressing. I know it would have been somewhat of a cliche plot point to do that but I almost thought they would when Oliver has a flashback/dream when his mother gives him the Drippy stuffed animal (which, imo, was one of the best/saddest scenes in the game). I mean, there's still room to interpret the plot in this way, there certainly are a few hints that suggest it, but they kinda end up going a different route with it.


Dunno why people always talk about "cliche" like it's a terrible thing.
Cliche are bound to personal experience. If you're young and you haven't read a lot, or seen lots of movies, etc... you tend to see surprises everywhere. On the contrary, if you have lots of experience with books, movies, tvserials, etc... you can understand where things are going in a story.

I haven't finished the game but I'm close to the end, and so far it could be all just Oliver's dream. It could be but I guess it won't.
The "it was all just a dream" works well with short media like books, movies and videogames. It works terribly with tv serials, where you spend sometimes even years watching the story of some characters and you kinda feel you've wasted your time if the authors throw a "it was a dream" at you.

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