posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 09:03 PM
reply to post by bodrul
Oh no I seen it, and he is dead...That is a different Booker, just like those were all different Elizabeths, the other Booker died both physically,
spiritually and metaphysically. Like Elisabeth said in that vid you linked at the ending. Sometimes there are variations and variables in this story,
but it always starts at the lighthouse and there is always a man and there is always a woman, and there is always in all the other worlds and
variations a version of comstock.
In most of them Booker becomes comstock, but in that one he chose a different path remember the scene were they were baptizing him and he broke free
and said that none of that is going to do anything or cleanse him of his sins, that part was not supposed to happen, in the majority of the worlds
that part does not exist, that is the fork in the road when Booker DeWitt dies and that is when Zachary Hale Comstock is born.
That was the variable, he chose a different path then the other Bookers did, and it lead to the story in the game which lead to the ending being like
it is. Like Booker said when they were going to the lighthouse "lets go back to when he was born and smother the son of a ****" and the question was
"Ah! but how far back does one know to go?" When he was born! But when was he born? And that moment there and then is when Comstock was born in
to the worlds. If you went farther back, and killed Booker, the results would still lead to the same place in the other worlds as such things resonate
throughout and it would not change much. And so he ended up back in the same old room with the same old choices after he was smothered/drowned to
death by the Elizabeth's, only this time he was just given the opportunity to choose differently this time around.
And so there is no more story to tell and the curtain drops The End of the game, as there will be no comstock and no baddies to shoot up and no city
in the clouds and no more inter-dimensional traveling. Funny how the happy endings or happy stories just do not make interesting games...People prefer
to have some bad guy's to shoot up, some evil baddies to fight, some world catastrophic event to deal with, and the whole thing is much more exiting
the babysitting a baby in the crib for hours a day...If there is a story from then on, it would not make for a very exciting video game.
edit on 5-4-2013 by galadofwarthethird because: More thoughts on the matter.