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* During TheStinger, if you've done your best to help the surviving crew of the station, the Operators' recounting your actions in the simulation comes with glowing praise all around. None of it was real, but that doesn't mean it didn't matter.

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* During TheStinger, if you've done your best to help the surviving crew of off the station, the Operators' recounting your actions in the simulation comes with glowing praise all around. None of it was real, but that doesn't mean it didn't matter.


--> '''Alex''': ''... do that and maybe you will live long enough for me to see your face again.''

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--> ---> '''Alex''': ''... do that and maybe you will live long enough for me to see your face again.''


** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. You get a dialogue cue after walking into an area expecting it to be January giving you guidance, but it turns out to be Alex instead. He doesn't call to mock or to talk you out of your plan. He's calling to show you how to best proceed through this area. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex would rather you make it through the area safe than letting you get harmed in there. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and is a genuinely caring brother even if you are not on his side.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. You get a dialogue cue after walking into an area expecting it to be January giving you guidance, but it turns out to be Alex instead. He doesn't call to mock or to talk you out of your plan. He's calling to show you how to best proceed through this the area. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex would rather potentially jeopardize his plan to help you make it through the area safe than letting you get harmed die in there. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and is a genuinely caring brother even if you are not on his side.side.
--> '''Alex''': ''... do that and maybe you will live long enough for me to see your face again.''


** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. You get a dialogue cue after walking into an area expecting it to be January giving you guidance, but it turns out to be Alex who does so instead. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex still gives you useful advice to progress, not impede your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and is a genuinely caring brother regardless of whether you are on his side.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. You get a dialogue cue after walking into an area expecting it to be January giving you guidance, but it turns out to be Alex who does so instead. He doesn't call to mock or to talk you out of your plan. He's calling to show you how to best proceed through this area. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex still gives would rather you useful advice to progress, not impede your journey. make it through the area safe than letting you get harmed in there. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and is a genuinely caring brother regardless of whether even if you are not on his side.


** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to progress, not impede your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. You get a dialogue cue after walking into an area expecting it to be January giving you guidance, but it turns out to be Alex who does so instead. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex contacts you and starts giving still gives you useful advice to progress, not impede your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be is a genuinely caring brother, even if brother regardless of whether you are working against him.on his side.


** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', progress, not impede, impede your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.


** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.


** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic Psychotronic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.


** At the start of the game, you get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you may get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.


** At the start of the game, you get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptExecutiveCorporate villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptExecutiveCorporate CorruptCorporateExecutive villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.

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** At the start of the game, you get the impression that Alex is one of those typical CorruptExecutiveCorporate villains who is only putting on a friendly facade when interacting with you. Cues the Psychotechnic section where the heartwarming revelation hits you like a train: he is completely genuine. Even though he knows you are working against him, Alex sudden contacts you and starts giving you useful advice to ''progress'', not impede, your journey. It's at this point that many players will realize that Alex may not be the villain of the story and may be a genuinely caring brother, even if you are working against him.


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* Should you choose to [[spoiler:reveal what happened to your former lover's father, she'll understandably be pissed off at you. However, some time later, she'll call to let you know that she understands that you're a different person from the one who killed her father, and will forgive you to some extent]].
* During TheStinger, if you've done your best to help the surviving crew of the station, [[spoiler: the Operators' recounting your actions in the simulation comes with glowing praise all around. None of it was real, but that doesn't mean it didn't matter.]]
* Also from TheStinger, having the player choose to [[spoiler:take Alex's hand]]. [[spoiler:Alex's entire plan of creating a huge simulation and seeing if a Typhon can see humans as more than just a means of survival was nothing but a wild shot in the dark. And it succeeded. Earth may have a chance of improving for humanity again, even if it may never be able to go back to the way it was before the Typhon invaded.]]
** Also note how [[spoiler:the Typhon mimics a human hand when taking Alex's]]. Whether this is [[spoiler:a subconscious case of HumanityEnsues, or deliberately altering its appearance so as to put Alex at ease]], it's still sweet either way.

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* Should you choose to [[spoiler:reveal reveal what happened to your former lover's father, she'll understandably be pissed off at you. However, some time later, she'll call to let you know that she understands that you're a different person from the one who killed her father, and will forgive you to some extent]].
extent.
* During TheStinger, if you've done your best to help the surviving crew of the station, [[spoiler: the Operators' recounting your actions in the simulation comes with glowing praise all around. None of it was real, but that doesn't mean it didn't matter.]]
matter.
* Also from TheStinger, having the player choose to [[spoiler:take take Alex's hand]]. [[spoiler:Alex's hand. Alex's entire plan of creating a huge simulation and seeing if a Typhon can see humans as more than just a means of survival was nothing but a wild shot in the dark. And it succeeded. Earth may have a chance of improving for humanity again, even if it may never be able to go back to the way it was before the Typhon invaded.]]
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** Also note how [[spoiler:the the Typhon mimics a human hand when taking Alex's]]. Alex's. Whether this is [[spoiler:a a subconscious case of HumanityEnsues, or deliberately altering its appearance so as to put Alex at ease]], ease, it's still sweet either way.


* Should you choose to [[spoiler:reveal what happened to your former lover's father, she'll understandably be pissed off at you. However, some time later, she'll call to let you know that she understands that you're a different person from the one who killed her father, and will forgive you to some extent]].



* During TheStinger, having the player choose to [[spoiler:take Alex's hand]]. [[spoiler:Alex's entire plan of creating a huge simulation and seeing if a Typhon can see humans as more than just a means of survival was nothing but a wild shot in the dark. And it succeeded. Earth may have a chance of improving for humanity again, even if it may never be able to go back to the way it was before the Typhon invaded.]]

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* During Also from TheStinger, having the player choose to [[spoiler:take Alex's hand]]. [[spoiler:Alex's entire plan of creating a huge simulation and seeing if a Typhon can see humans as more than just a means of survival was nothing but a wild shot in the dark. And it succeeded. Earth may have a chance of improving for humanity again, even if it may never be able to go back to the way it was before the Typhon invaded.]]]]
** Also note how [[spoiler:the Typhon mimics a human hand when taking Alex's]]. Whether this is [[spoiler:a subconscious case of HumanityEnsues, or deliberately altering its appearance so as to put Alex at ease]], it's still sweet either way.


* During TheStinger, having the player choose to [[spoiler:take Alex' hand]]. [[spoiler:Alex' entire plan of creating a huge simulation and seeing if a Typhon can see humans as more than just a means of survival was nothing but a wild shot in the dark. And it succeeded. Earth may have a chance of improving for humanity again, even if it may never be able to go back to the way it was before the Typhon invaded.]]

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* During TheStinger, having the player choose to [[spoiler:take Alex' Alex's hand]]. [[spoiler:Alex' [[spoiler:Alex's entire plan of creating a huge simulation and seeing if a Typhon can see humans as more than just a means of survival was nothing but a wild shot in the dark. And it succeeded. Earth may have a chance of improving for humanity again, even if it may never be able to go back to the way it was before the Typhon invaded.]]

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