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Javier Sacristán
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You're 100% right, that's the best about the game. Mandus knows that his sacrifice will be, from some point of view, useless. Although he saved lots of people from the manpigs, they would die in the trenches, in Vietnam, war after war... And maybe the most strange conclusion is that he understands that although wars may finally have the same efect as the mass killings of the manpigs, humankind's only hope of salvation is hoping we will learn the lesson in the future before we destroy ourselves.
I find the story of this game amazing. The Machine's last monologue is amazing- disturbing, beautiful, and... true- and the ending left me thoughtful, restless, and in last instance, sad, very sad for Mandus. Yes, he was a monster. But he recognized what he was, and sacrificed himself to stop The Machine. And then, with another beautiful monologue, this time spoken by Mandus, who reveals that his own sacrifice was successful to stop The Machine and save the world.
And just after that, that song, 'When I was a laddy' starts playing. As I read somewhere, that's the perfect symbol for what Mandus sacrifice would mean for the world. He saved them, he saved every single life, but no one will remember him either as a hero nor a villian. He is just forgotten, alongside with The Machine, the manpigs, and all the horrors that lied under 1899's London.
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DIRECTOS A LA SALVACIÓN
Los jugadores del Bohemian celebran uno de los goles ante el Derry. El Bohemian consiguió una victoria crucial en su lucha para evitar el...
DIRECTOS A LA SALVACIÓN
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