History WMG / LiarGame

7th Sep '16 11:20:30 AM dotchan
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But on NAO. And not only that: The feeling was mutual. Since she knew that Fukunaga would keep on the game, she started to wear dresses, heels and such. She didn't wore that in the first games, and of course, Nao is always asking about Fukunaga. [spoiler]The final scene show her with Fukunaga, and in the end, she did phone Akiyama. The girls were closer.[/spoiler]

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But on NAO. And not only that: The feeling was mutual. Since she knew that Fukunaga would keep on the game, she started to wear dresses, heels and such. She didn't wore that in the first games, and of course, Nao is always asking about Fukunaga. [spoiler]The [[spoiler:The final scene show her with Fukunaga, and in the end, she did phone Akiyama. The girls were closer.[/spoiler]
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29th Jul '16 1:35:29 PM morenohijazo
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If you look at Game Theory, it predicts that in games like the Prisoner's Dilemma, you can have more positive equilibria if the game is played over many consecutive rounds, allowing players to punish defectors and cheaters, and reward those who co-operate. But how do you actually ''prove'' it works when it comes to human beings?

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If you look at Game Theory, it predicts that in games like the Prisoner's Dilemma, PrisonersDilemma, you can have more positive equilibria if the game is played over many consecutive rounds, allowing players to punish defectors and cheaters, and reward those who co-operate. But how do you actually ''prove'' it works when it comes to human beings?
30th Jun '16 9:23:34 PM Souhiro
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[[WMG: Fukunaga didn't has a crush on Akiyama...:]]
But on NAO. And not only that: The feeling was mutual. Since she knew that Fukunaga would keep on the game, she started to wear dresses, heels and such. She didn't wore that in the first games, and of course, Nao is always asking about Fukunaga. [spoiler]The final scene show her with Fukunaga, and in the end, she did phone Akiyama. The girls were closer.[/spoiler]
10th May '16 1:21:46 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* It's evident that Akiyama wants to destroy the Liar Game by screwing over the system, and Nao wants to save everybody with the winnings. To do either, one of the two has to win. Considering there will only be one winner, the two will eventually face off. Nao has been progressively becoming better at conning than she was at the start, and by the end of the series could possibly be on par with Akiyama, or at least know him so well she can read through everything. The resulting match will be something that puts Manga/DeathNote and ''Manga/MiraiNikki'' to shame with mind-games.

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* It's evident that Akiyama wants to destroy the Liar Game by screwing over the system, and Nao wants to save everybody with the winnings. To do either, one of the two has to win. Considering there will only be one winner, the two will eventually face off. Nao has been progressively becoming better at conning than she was at the start, and by the end of the series could possibly be on par with Akiyama, or at least know him so well she can read through everything. The resulting match will be something that puts Manga/DeathNote and ''Manga/MiraiNikki'' ''Manga/FutureDiary'' to shame with mind-games.
26th Oct '15 9:41:55 PM Mayhavecontrol
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** This theory has not only made overanalysis an art but at the same time has positioned itself at the very pinnacle of it.
11th Apr '15 5:38:17 PM nombretomado
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* It's evident that Akiyama wants to destroy the Liar Game by screwing over the system, and Nao wants to save everybody with the winnings. To do either, one of the two has to win. Considering there will only be one winner, the two will eventually face off. Nao has been progressively becoming better at conning than she was at the start, and by the end of the series could possibly be on par with Akiyama, or at least know him so well she can read through everything. The resulting match will be something that puts Manga/DeathNote and MiraiNikki to shame with mind-games.

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* It's evident that Akiyama wants to destroy the Liar Game by screwing over the system, and Nao wants to save everybody with the winnings. To do either, one of the two has to win. Considering there will only be one winner, the two will eventually face off. Nao has been progressively becoming better at conning than she was at the start, and by the end of the series could possibly be on par with Akiyama, or at least know him so well she can read through everything. The resulting match will be something that puts Manga/DeathNote and MiraiNikki ''Manga/MiraiNikki'' to shame with mind-games.



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19th Mar '15 4:40:24 PM MsDevin92
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[[spoiler: The fourth theory has been confirmed, sort of.]]



Despite [[spoiler: his father]] theorizing that he'd rather be a GracefulLoser, he just can't give up his hatred of Akiyama and Nao, so he decided to raise their hopes and then [[spoiler: blow the whistle to those who interfered with the first Liar Games]]. Also, the prospect of [[spoiler: joining a global GovernmentConspiracy]] would probably sound pretty appealing to his love of domination.

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Despite [[spoiler: his father]] theorizing that he'd rather be a GracefulLoser, he just can't give up his hatred of Akiyama and Nao, so he decided to raise their hopes and then [[spoiler: blow the whistle to those the same powers who interfered with the first Liar Games]]. Also, the prospect of [[spoiler: joining a global GovernmentConspiracy]] would probably sound pretty appealing to his love of domination.
19th Mar '15 4:37:50 PM MsDevin92
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[[WMG: Yokoya had something to do with [[spoiler: the video being taken down at the end of the series.]]]]
Despite [[spoiler: his father]] theorizing that he'd rather be a GracefulLoser, he just can't give up his hatred of Akiyama and Nao, so he decided to raise their hopes and then [[spoiler: blow the whistle to those who interfered with the first Liar Games]]. Also, the prospect of [[spoiler: joining a global GovernmentConspiracy]] would probably sound pretty appealing to his love of domination.
21st Oct '14 3:19:18 AM goingmerry27
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21st Oct '14 3:18:46 AM goingmerry27
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* I love this theory but I just want to poke this pin into it: why would Akiyama choose Nao? Unless there's more dramatic past building than Roots of A presents, it seems a bit odd that Akiyama would pick Nao. It seems highly unlikely that if Akiyama did pick Nao based on that scene in Roots of A. It seems funny to me that a university student would take interest in a passer-by middle school student who was returning a whatever yen coin to the police. [I have only read up to the "musical chairs" arc so I apologise if my reasoning is irrelevent or already jossed.]
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