KestrelPi Posted October 11, 2022 Share Posted October 11, 2022 It makes sense to me that if you're going to reveal the secret after all these years then the way to do it is to reveal it, as originally intended, but in a way that will just leave fans debating for the next 30 years what the secret actually means about the world. I think the idea this game adds over and above MI2 is turning into a generational thing. Adding the whole element of these being stories which are passed down and change in the telling and are remembered differently by different people. Which of course adds a whole lot of flex to the 'canon' For me the definitive ending is taking the key but not opening the chest, choosing that it was better not to know. I see this story's ending being about Guybrush finally accepting what everyone else is trying to tell him. Good interview, though not much surprised me (except that I really did expect that having the T-shirt prize was probably an idea from 1990 as it is so in keeping with the first game) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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