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  • I want to ask, does anybody notice the symbolisim with the last comic book you find at the end of the game? It says that on how long the main character can keep what really happened a secret. And we ask ourselves on how long can Joel keep what really happened in Salt Lake City a secret from Ellie. I'm not sure if anybody else noticed it. 

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    • We did (or at least I did); after you find it the allegory is not exactly subtle.

      I personally found the inclusion of a collectible on the very last chapter irritating. Ellie's so deep in thought and dealing with survivor's guilt that it makes no sense she'd be running around grabbing stuff and saying "awesome!". It was out of character and distracting. 

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    • Brainwasher5 wrote:
      We did (or at least I did); after you find it the allegory is not exactly subtle.

      I personally found the inclusion of a collectible on the very last chapter irritating. Ellie's so deep in thought and dealing with survivor's guilt that it makes no sense she'd be running around grabbing stuff and saying "awesome!". It was out of character and distracting. 

      It would have at least stayed true to the tone if Ellie had said "Awesome" more flatly, or just taken the comic without saying anything.

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