putting it by itself cause i can :d

anonymous asked:

Hello. I have 3 questions: 1. You have other games except LGTS on your table, if yes will be paid? 2. I saw a fan theory about the golden objects on Pocket Mirror. That, Enjel's object have the "D" letter. Is that true? Cause I didn't find any official confirmation about that. 3. You'll put Pocket Mirror on Steam? As revamped version. Like Mad Father e.g. Exist both free and paid version. Just the paid one is more good. If yes, will be nice to have trading cards and achievements. Thanks a lot.

So many great questions! ( ‘ v ‘ )

1) Yes! Both LGTS and the titles coming after that will be paid!
2) Enjel’s regalia doesn’t have the letter “D” itself since you can’t pick it up and check it out on the inventory. However it’s safe to assume her regalia would represent the final missing letter in Goldia’s name anyway.
3) We’re still working on the PM Steam release, but when we do get it on there we’ll be able to let you guys know about it! ( > v ‘ )/

"Dear Chairman...everything is compiled and ready to send, we just need the green light."

Why is Epsilon talking to the Chairman? What is Epsilon sending to the Chairman?

My guess: He’s sending himself. This is a peek into that end-of-Act-2 mess when all the crap is hitting the fan, and Epsilon has just traded his life for his friends’.

Compiling source code changes high-level programming language into machine code or binary, basically. It turns the written code into an executable program. “Executable” in this case meaning that it causes a machine to do things, and not that it itself can be killed…but Epsilon.exe wouldn’t be too hard to throw into the trash, permanently, now that I think about it. (Miles is a wordplay geek, so I wouldn’t put it past him…)

So if Epsilon is sending himself to the Chairman to, supposedly, be enslaved with FILSS so everyone else can get off Chorus, that raises the question: What is he waiting for?

Answer: It’s a distraction while everyone else gets into position to board Hargrove’s ship >:D And you can bet that once Epsilon gets into the shipboard systems, he’s going to wreak all kinds of havoc–probably involving him tapping his full potential as an AI, making use of all of his “fragment”-selves, and so on.

This is just the way my RvB instincts are leaning at the moment. It’s pretty common that “Is so-and-so in CAHOOTS with the ENEMY??” snippets end up being either “they actually sacrificed themselves so we could get away but they never told us so that we wouldn’t go back for them” or “we’re tricking the audience for a second while we execute the plan because the plan needs to be a surprise”, so why not both of those things?