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A must-read and very well written theory about P.T

Post by 204863 on Thu Apr 07, 2016 10:04 am

 
 
 
 
 
 

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A must-read and very well written theory about P.T

Post by Otherworld on Thu Apr 07, 2016 11:15 am

That is a very elaborate theory.
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A must-read and very well written theory about P.T

Post by SimonHughes on Fri Apr 08, 2016 7:28 am

To us that was exceptionally put and tied together nicely the only thing it is missing is...a red bow on top.

We have seen many a theory put together - Some good others pretty funny.

This one I would personally like to save for later viewing, not just for my eyes but a couple of others.

That was eerily on point. Brilliant.

I want to applaud with a shaky but steady posture, that was mighty interesting.

Stitched together better than all my open wounds that failed to heal fast enough.

Might I add:
The connections are true, cryptic touches never get around everyone.
That was expected but not to this degree...
Pandora's box was opened and let them all in.
 
 
 
 
 

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A must-read and very well written theory about P.T

Post by jam6i on Fri Apr 08, 2016 10:21 am

Like, I'm not going to deny the eerie thematic similarities between P.T. and the Metal Gear Solid universe (and more specifically MGSV). Especially after finally getting through MGSV, I won't deny the games share thematic and conceptual elements. They are there. And certainly the "only me is me, are you sure the only you is you" line took on a new meaning after getting through MGSV.

But I really think this has less to do with the games actually being connected and everything to do with Kojima being the lead guy on both projects simultaneously. He probably got a lot of joy out of seeing how much of MGSV's themes could be transferred to the horror genre.

Although, the idea that the unnamed Reedus protagonist is actually Big Boss makes me want to believe it's all true.
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