History VideoGame / DarkFall

18th Feb '17 11:25:13 AM Sharlee
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** The updated ''Lights Out'' gives Magnus's full name as "Magnus, Gerard Griel". Magnus Greel was a villain from classic ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[spoiler: who'd likewise succumbed to an experimental device's botched time travel.]]

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** The updated ''Lights Out'' gives Magnus's full name as "Magnus, Gerard Griel". Magnus Greel ''Greel'' was a villain from classic ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[spoiler: who'd likewise succumbed to an experimental device's botched time travel.]]
18th Feb '17 11:24:17 AM Sharlee
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** The updated ''Lights Out'' gives Magnus's full name as "Magnus, Gerard Griel". Magnus Greel was a villain from classic ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[spoiler: who'd likewise succumbed to an experimental device's botched time travel.]]
18th Feb '17 11:20:55 AM Sharlee
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** The brother in ''Journal'' left some notes and e-mails on one in the station's waiting room.
18th Feb '17 11:07:54 AM Sharlee
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* OnceForYesTwiceForNo: In ''Lights Out'', Polly White hides behind a locked door and asks you a couple of questions that you must answer in this manner, to gain her trust. When you do this, she slips a map of Fetch Rock under the door, showing where her Ghost-Hunting headset is. Weirdly, the Director's Cut omits this puzzle, making the map easy to miss unless you [[GuidDangIt simply look down when in front of the door.]]

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* OnceForYesTwiceForNo: In ''Lights Out'', Polly White hides behind a locked door and asks you a couple of questions that you must answer in this manner, to gain her trust. When you do this, she slips a map of Fetch Rock under the door, showing where her Ghost-Hunting headset is. Weirdly, the Director's Cut omits this puzzle, making the map easy to miss unless you [[GuidDangIt [[GuideDangIt simply look down when in front of the door.]]



* ThatOnePuzzle: Placing the symbols to activate the scrying bowl.
18th Feb '17 11:07:02 AM Sharlee
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* OneForYesTwiceForNo: In ''Lights Out'', Polly White hides behind a locked door and asks you a couple of questions that you must answer in this manner, to gain her trust. When you do this, she slips a map of Fetch Rock under the door, showing where her Ghost-Hunting headset is. Weirdly, the Director's Cut omits this puzzle, making the map easy to miss unless you [[GuidDangIt simply look down when in front of the door.]]

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* OneForYesTwiceForNo: OnceForYesTwiceForNo: In ''Lights Out'', Polly White hides behind a locked door and asks you a couple of questions that you must answer in this manner, to gain her trust. When you do this, she slips a map of Fetch Rock under the door, showing where her Ghost-Hunting headset is. Weirdly, the Director's Cut omits this puzzle, making the map easy to miss unless you [[GuidDangIt simply look down when in front of the door.]]


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* ThatOnePuzzle: Placing the symbols to activate the scrying bowl.
23rd Jan '17 10:46:32 AM Sark0TAG
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* FriendlyGhost: Edith Penfold in the first game, as she leaves you a message describing what happened to the 12 lyrics, where hers is, and her sorrow over the loss of your brother.

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* FriendlyGhost: Timothy Pike, in the beginning. Edith Penfold in the first game, qualifies, too, as she leaves you a message describing what happened hinting as to the 12 lyrics, where hers is, and her sorrow over the loss of your brother.lyric is.
23rd Jan '17 10:44:25 AM Sark0TAG
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* FriendlyGhost: Edith Penfold in the first game, as she leaves you a message describing what happened to the 12 lyrics, where hers is, and her sorrow over the loss of your brother.
22nd Jan '17 3:17:34 AM Morgenthaler
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** The whispered "Here..." that clues you in to where you should use the Hadden devices is a bit spooky, particularly if you mistake it for some sort of CthulhuMythos reference ("Ia!").

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** The whispered "Here..." that clues you in to where you should use the Hadden devices is a bit spooky, particularly if you mistake it for some sort of CthulhuMythos Franchise/CthulhuMythos reference ("Ia!").
14th Jan '17 3:06:26 PM Sark0TAG
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* OneForYesTwiceForNo: In ''Lights Out'', Polly White hides behind a locked door and asks you a couple of questions that you must answer in this manner, to gain her trust. When you do this, she slips a map of Fetch Rock under the door, showing where her Ghost-Hunting headset is. Weirdly, the Director's Cut omits this puzzle, making the map easy to miss unless you [[GuidDangIt simply look down when in front of the door.]]
16th Dec '16 11:51:54 AM Sark0TAG
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* AdaptationExpansion: The Director's Cut of ''Lights Out'' has different versions of the journals and books within the time zones, some with added ominous music; more ghosts can be seen around the lighthouse and interactive prompts can be used to talk to them rather than simply waiting for a response, and a few of the puzzles are made easier. The D.E.O.S. Launch Room actually has a useful purpose, too.
* AdaptationDistillation: is also present, as some of the time passages have been removed, there is only one pair of Ghost-Hunting Goggles rather than two, and Polly does not mention the Dowerton Experiment in her journal, probably due to the CosmicRetcon. James Woolf is also made a little too more prominent in 1912.
** Both of these also apply to the first game, which had multiple rereleases, including one that came after ''Lost Souls''. An example being Edith's record player: In Version 5 from 2003, the name of the track she likes was originally "As Time Goes By", but in this rerelease, the name was changed to "On Hastings Pier" in reference to other clues elsewhere in the hotel. But "As Time Goes By" is still mentioned in Polly's journal and you can still hear Edith singing it in a few places.
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