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  • rushy
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    Hello?

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  • rushy
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    Lost has something worth discussing. Does anybody enjoy the DVD Easter eggs?

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  • rushy
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    Don't be discouraged.
    Basically: You're an amnesiac survivor who explores the contents of the first three seasons in a Resident Evil-style game. You talk and trade with famous Lost characters and you get to visit most of the DHARMA stations, meet Mikhail, Ben and Juliet, and let's not forget the flashbacks where you recover your memory.

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  • ZRFTS
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    I've heard of Lost: Via Domus but reviews discouraged me from buying the game; it does sound good though, maybe I'll get a copy for myself to try out.

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  • rushy
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    My Lost: Via Domus won't work unless I find a new video card(damn). Sounds like an awesome game though. MUST play it. (I've heard there's a mobile game too).

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  • Tanith0709
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    Originally posted by rushy View Post
    "Has anyone here played the Lost video game"?
    Lost: Via Domus?

    Was a decent game but way too short for me, think I completed it in around 7 hours.


    Originally posted by Morbo View Post
    the whispers were explained.
    i don't remember what they were though its been a while.
    According to Lostpedia: When people die around the Island but cannot "move on" to the next stage, they remain as whispers, watching or trying to communicate with the living. Characters often hear them when in peril, or when the Others or the Monster are near. The deceased whisperers can appear in their physical form only to a select few. Hurley discovered their nature when the long-dead Michael appeared to him to guide him.

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  • Morbo
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    the whispers were explained.
    i don't remember what they were though its been a while.

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  • rushy
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    Originally posted by Zombies Rise from the Sea View Post
    What was your theory about the whispers; I thought they were something conjured up by the Island, didn't know who or what they were but I did know that the Island makes weird stuff happen so yeah...
    Well, we do know from Season 6 that the Whispers are souls like Michael that couldn't move on because of bad things. Now, my theory is that the whisper-ghosts degrade as time goes on. That woulde explain the recorded senseless behaviour(people record what whispers say) and the fact that only people who have been dead for a few years max actually appear(minus Isabella). The older a "whisper" gets, the more it deteriorates and possibly blends with other whispers. Eventually, nothing is left but a bunch of demented memories. Or just pure insanity. Degradation explains why Duckett's voice was much more clear than others. The degradation is slow and causes whisper-ghosts to start thinking with their memories rather than their own head(like memories coming alive). That is why some ghosts always argue and some try to do good stuff. Also, it explains recorded comments like "my eye hurts". The mingled memories don't know that they are whispers. So they just end up as crazy talking memories. Another theory is that the whisper-ghosts are echoes, not real souls, mere memories who develop into real entities. Some are good, some are bad. In the Man Behind the Curtain episode, Ben's voice is heard in the whispers. His whisper-dialogue came from a dead guy's memories.

    I bet you didn't understand anything. The point is: they are degrading echoes who end up as crazy demented memories. That is why the ghost-characters have somewhat different personalities. They have begun to mingle.

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  • ZRFTS
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    Originally posted by rushy View Post
    Or my awesome theory about the whispers?
    What was your theory about the whispers; I thought they were something conjured up by the Island, didn't know who or what they were but I did know that the Island makes weird stuff happen so yeah...

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  • rushy
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    Come on, it was the best Lost music.
    Well, how about the Locke vs Jack rivalry?
    Or my awesome theory about the whispers?

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  • Morbo
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    the answer is no.

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  • rushy
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    Another thing worth discussing is the Season 3 theme for the Others(later Ben's theme) Dharmacide.

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  • rushy
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    Ben: "What did Jacob say to you"?
    Maybe it wasn't Jacob, fine. But after the hell breaking loose and Locke hearing sth, I think that Ben himself believed that Locke had really seen Jacob.

    Personally, I wished they hadn't screwed up the cabin storyline, it was really well done.

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  • Infinite-Possibilities
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    The Island is full of crazy crap. It could literally be anything. I'd think even on the island that he'd think the odds are pretty astronomical that he'd taken Locke to see the very thing he was pretending to show him. That coupled with the fact that the cabin seemed to change from a supernatural cabin to a normal cabin as the show progressed really makes it look to me that initially they were going with one idea, and then changed it as the show went on.

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  • rushy
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    Originally posted by Infinite-Possibilities View Post

    Thirdly, when Ben shoots Locke right after they first leave the cabin, he asked what Jacob said to him, and is clearly interested in what the answer was. After John told him what he siad he reacted like he was jealous that Locke actually heard something. If he was just pretending and didn't think there was actually anyone there, neither of those things would be what happened.
    Benjamin didn't think there was someone in the cabin when he took Locke there. And I think that a combination of being pushed against the wall by an invisible force, the fact that Ben saw that Locke heard something and the hell breaking loose can make you think that someone's inside the cabin and if not Jacob, then who?
    Ben began believing Jacob was in the cabin after the two left.

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