Final scene in Killer 7
The first time I played the game I noticed something that I think needs to addressed, or at least it's been on my mind for a while.
In the final scene, after the 2nd ending depending on what choice you make is the part of Harman and Kun Lun.
Once you shoot Kun Lun and he goes flying, Harman says:
"You're awake from your nightmere".
In the first level when Harman says this Harman says:
"You're awake from you're dream".
What does it mean?
I do have a theory, sort of.
Kun Lun says in the first level:
"A new generation of children will bring order to this age". Or something like that.
I've seen a lot of forums saying that Harman is the devil and Kun Lun is God. And I have to agree.
When Kun Lun says the thing about how a new generation of children will bring order to this age, I think he's DREAMING that peace will happen and that the current generation of children (in real life) is the only hope for survival of the human race and that if they don't try and change the world we are doomed in the sense of either someone else blowing another place up or even the possibilty of the world ending.
I know not a lot of people want to talk about this but that's what's happening in the sense of war, the environment, etc...
Anyway, back to my point.
At the end when Harman says:
"You're awake from your nightmere". I think SUDA 51 is saying that Kun Lun (or God's) dream didn't come true and the opposite of a dream is a NIGHTMERE.
I also think the ending's true purpose is to show people what it would be like if that were to happen in real life.
I know it's only a video game but it still had an impact on me.
Anyone else agree? Any comments? Please feel free to post. There are no right or wrong answers here only opinons.
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