Sam_Ja

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  1. It was Terry hinting to Ben that the core room and the elevators are too bulletproof for a fighter jet because it is nuclear powered and could cause a blast large enough to destroy a city
  2. yeah, that was there to hint how Igor would be there the second time. I walked into the open container, then during the escape, when the checkpoint guard said "Shoot a few rounds into that container", I realized it was now closed and Igor was hiding in there.
  3. The weird part is, while it seemed like the lights were used by Michael to put Jake in a trance to re-live his story, when Jake went up the elevator to Level 1, the trance broke at a seemingly random time. And this wasn't just a case of Jake needing to stare at the lights again, as it actually affected him in the facility, as he apparently blacked out, as if he was drunk, and had to be dragged into the vents by Hermit for safety. Which is why i think the events of Chapter 1 are not simply a flashback, but maybe a live event.
  4. My only guesses as to why she's doing this is because she's "playing with her food" and plans to kill you later, seeing as every demon ever always wants to kill the player, but maybe she's mad at him, just not mad enough to the point where she wants to kill him? Those are my best guesses as to why she hurts you minorly when she does the same to your enemies. Angelo was her killer. She was getting revenge. That's what I thought at first, but the timeline doesn't add up. Angelo was in the Well for like a month, but She only died a week ago. That's not the part where the timeline doesn't add up. The title screen slide show will tell you this. Jake finds his wife dead in the bathtub, then a few slides later, Frank is shown in Jake's back yard with a silenced pistol and a lit fire and the well behind him. This is when he killed Angelo and the other two, and burned and dumped their bodies. The timeline rift is that Jake somehow ended up looking down there a month later, in whatever existent or non existent time period The House takes place in.
  5. They were moving too quickly. The extreme inertia caused the train to move slightly more forward than it should, causing it to fall over. To me it looked like, since they were riding on the line next to Jake's train, on the outside of the turn, Jake's train bumped it on the turn and knocked it over.
  6. Infected or not, he didn't talk. Either Takeo could tell just from his screaming as he runs around or he already kind of knew it was the chef. And he first ambushed you in the biggest zombie horde that attacks you up to that point. So to get there he would either have to chop through them, which he didn't, or be ignored by them. To not be totally off topic, more bosses in chapter 2! Self aware zombies or otherwise!
  7. Well that did kind of represent that the worst is over. Though I'm still not sure why that train got taken out so easy. It would be easy to conspiracy theorize all over it, but I'm sure the bad guys were just riding on a rail line they weren't supposed to and got derailed because of it.
  8. My only guesses as to why she's doing this is because she's "playing with her food" and plans to kill you later, seeing as every demon ever always wants to kill the player, but maybe she's mad at him, just not mad enough to the point where she wants to kill him? Those are my best guesses as to why she hurts you minorly when she does the same to your enemies. Angelo was her killer. She was getting revenge.
  9. I often found it a lot more fun to blast the hordes from vents then wait five minutes for them to leave me alone as I hide in a closet. I remember getting an entire horde to cram into an office in the housing complex, then threw a grenade in from the vent I was sitting in.
  10. It had never crossed my mind that he wasn't infected. The zombies also completely ignored him when he ambushed Jake in the prison ward, and a human being can't take that many bullets to the body, while an infected can. Infected can't take bullets to the head, but he has a metal skull. And wasn't it something about him being super chilled since getting his skull bashed in? Having a serious case of the human nom noms would explain his aggression.
  11. Or the typical "The infection is evolving" scenario where some of the zombies grow huge and become tankey enemies Also, your idea was actually in chapter 1, since the zombie chef knew enough to both evade the guards and hide to escape the facility. So maybe we'll have more enemies coming back as pissed off zombies.
  12. I don't remember when exactly, but close to the end of the game someone (Terry maybe?) mentions that Ito was in charge of keeping the infection within the facility, that being a clear exposition moment in preparation to when we find out he fails. Then again, the zombies must have broke out from the facility Chapter 1 takes place in, so it's more or less Jake's fault.
  13. What gave me the slip for quite awhile was that there is a storage room UNDER where the workshop where you put the cipher together is. I think I found a survivor there while searching for an illusive cipher part.
  14. I tired making my first playthrough on hard, but didn't until a ways into chapter 1, because setting it on "hard" in the options menu doesn't work until about the third time for some reason. Though i was quite relieved when Jake dun goofed and dropped all his stuff down the sewer, giving me a fresh start for hard mode. Still ended up over encumbered with radios and food I didn't want to use, though.
  15. Alex also remarks that Terry always says Eye-toe but Takeo said Eee-toe, and they just assumed Takeo said it right.