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dxfan94
6th Jun 2008, 14:46
ok in the first game you see JC's tube thingy next to Alex's. so then how are you his clone? werent they made at the same time. and if you destroyed area 51 how did Alex survive they skipped all this info in IW.

jamhaw
6th Jun 2008, 17:31
And how did Alex get memories of childhood when he was obviously at least a teenager in the tank and how come he looked identical to Bob's clone? Invisible War did have some annoying inconsistencies I was hoping they might reasease a continuity bible or an expansion pack which might try and clear that up but for some reason they did not realease the bible for this game.

Nathan2000
6th Jun 2008, 17:45
ok in the first game you see JC's tube thingy next to Alex's. so then how are you his clone? werent they made at the same time. and if you destroyed area 51 how did Alex survive they skipped all this info in IW.

Alex was kept in stasis, maybe his development could be slowed. As or Alex surviving a destruction of Area 51... what's the problem with moving him? Helios had absolute power over the world, he could arrange a transport to Palm Springs (?) and then do what he wanted to do with the facility.


And how did Alex get memories of childhood when he was obviously at least a teenager in the tank and how come he looked identical to Bob's clone?

This question is easy. ;) The developers wanted a generic "augmented human" and used the same model for all the clones. We can probably ignore most of the inconsequences in the game as they go into too much detail. Cntinuity Bible would be nice, though.

auric
8th Jun 2008, 09:12
This question is easy. ;) The developers wanted a generic "augmented human" and used the same model for all the clones. We can probably ignore most of the inconsequences in the game as they go into too much detail. Cntinuity Bible would be nice, though.

Implanted memories is another likely possibility, its happened before in many stories.

What memories exactly did he have?
I haven't played it in a long time & can't get it to work.