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Originally posted by BSG75
Hidden codes inside innocent things?
Have you been watching Mercury Rising by any chance?
Originally posted by LiveForever8
Its funny you should mention this because I completed Assassins Creed II today and I couldn't believe the ending
Anyone else think that was way out of left field?
As for your hypothesis, I would have to say I don't think that's probable. The idea that they would let some scruffy kid who may have just got lucky unlock the secrets of human kind seems very unlikely.
They would surely have all the resources they would need to unlock such secrets.
Still, there has got to be some movie storyline in there somewhere.
Originally posted by Faiol
about games ... yeah I kind it may be possible that they are doing that but, in what sense? in the sense of cracking some code inside the game or in the sense of playing the game in a certain way they would like recruiters to do
Originally posted by rcwj1975
What if there is or could be a game out there developed by the government, a private agency, or just someone with a secret that allowed a user to go through levels, unlock codes, gather information, and when you defeat the game or "win", you are rewarded with actual TOP SECRET information or codes that truly are REAL!
I mean the government could use games to secretly embed codes they can't break and if played in the online mode, they could monitor a user that was successful at it. They could then recruit him or her, or of course they could also execute him or her now that they did all the leg work. They could embed secrets and codes to historys past and future and let it up to the user to unlock them and choose to believe them as true, or just part of a story in a game.