The Talos Principle

The Talos Principle

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virtualbill Oct 4, 2017 @ 1:23pm
Speaking of sequels
The sequel will be in a world populated by autonomous androids. They will be living in the human world left behind by those who created them. Presumably they will reshape that world to their own thinking and necessities. In this world, will they not wonder about their creators?

Perhaps, in the fullness of time, they will try to resurrect the humans using the knowledge in the archives and survivng DNA. The virus that killed them, with no hosts, has faded into history never to return, or maybe the androids have a cure. The andoids wil attempt this because their systems are decaying; their bodies do not have regenerative powers, and repairs can't keep pace with failures. Also the cats are getting out of hand: Into everything and hair everywhere. Resurrecting humans is their only hope for continued survival: self repairing, self duplicating biological machines.

The sequel game would consist of a series of training exercises for humans to teach them how to survive in a machine created world so that the knowledge contained in that world can be passed to the future. Over time, the androids breakdown and only the humans remain. When they emerge from training they remake the world for themselves and the cycle continues.

I guess there is a game franchise in there somewhere.
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Solais Oct 4, 2017 @ 2:11pm 
Huh, I had a similar idea back then when I first played the game.
virtualbill Oct 4, 2017 @ 2:17pm 
Yeah, it's kind of like Humans/Cylons if you are into the Battlestar Gallactica remake.
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Date Posted: Oct 4, 2017 @ 1:23pm
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