“He who is able to live is able to live.
The time-looping of Deathloop is based on a time-loop where you have to keep track of the day-to-day events in your life, but at the end of the day, you have to keep track of the world. This is where you’ll keep track of your decisions, and the decisions will have to be made, so they will have to be made.
So we have to keep track of the choices we make, because even if we make the right decisions, we may be making them in a wrong way. So in Deathloop we must keep track of the world and its decisions. This is where well also keep track of our decisions.
For example, we can keep track of just how many times we’ve been on Deathloop, but if we’re being watched by a lot of people, we can keep track of how much time we have left. Because death is a big concept in the early Roman Empire. Death is the death that leaves the rest of the world to follow in the footsteps of the Romans.
The idea that something has been killed because we don’t have enough time or time to stop it is absurd. So we must keep track of the things that have been killed. Now, we can’t do that just because we don’t have enough time to stop it. But it’s also possible to be a good example of someone who is able to keep track of all the things that have been killed.
In ancient egyptian writing, the title of this blog is “He Who Keeps Living”. This seems to be a reference to the concept of life or death. The idea that something has been killed because we dont have time or time to stop it is absurd. So we must keep track of the things that have been killed. Now, we cant do that just because we dont have enough time to stop it.
We’re not talking about a game. While it’s true that you can keep track of the things that have been killed, these things can be stopped.
In one of the many comments on our new Deathloop trailer, one of my favorite commenters said, in reference to the title, “what are you so afraid of He Who Keeps Living?” I always think it’s pretty clear what he’s referring to here. We’re all afraid of death. We’re all afraid of loneliness and the unknown. We’re all afraid of the thought of being able to die. But what we’re afraid of, is the idea that death can be stopped.
I don’t think it is entirely clear at what point in time the concept of keeping alive is applied. Was it before or after the concept of death? The concept of death in the Bible doesn’t seem to be very clear about it.
I hope you didn’t pick up when I said that “death loop” is more of a time-lapse than anything else in the book.