Question from SliceHeartless
Atomic Bomb...? Really?
I just finished Braid, collected the Stars and saw the ending after catching the Princess.
She blows up, probably showing that the Princess is a metaphor for a bomb.
A bomb, that I get. But where does everybody get the whole nucleair idea from?
I just don't see it
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The quote in the epilogue, "Now we are all sons of b-tches," was famously said by Kenneth Bainbridge immediately after the first test of an atomic bomb in 1945.
Also there's the fact that it seems to be quite a deep game that wants to say something really important. Well, the most important bomb is perhaps the nuclear bomb.
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