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Anyone else completed the game?

T-6000

FNG / Fresh Meat
Oct 8, 2010
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Spoiler!
Thanks for telling us this, it's cleared up quite a bit of info. But just to be clear....

Spoiler!
 

Hourences

The Ball Team
Jul 13, 2010
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www.TheBallthegame.com
Thanks for telling us this, it's cleared up quite a bit of info. But just to be clear....

Spoiler!
Spoiler!
 

taiiat

FNG / Fresh Meat
Dec 4, 2010
601
23
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Not a proper way but you can...

Spoiler!
hmm, maybe in the future there could be a menu option that would go to a library of sorts, where you could view each secret, and read/listen to their stories again? these bits are just as interesting as the game as a whole is it'd be great to be able to have it all at once to comprehend it the best.

also, just realized, Cryostasis has the same secret based story thing - even though in Cryostasis you can't miss one of the story pieces, and just like The Ball, those little bits are almost like reading a book while playing a game, another story in the story.
 

Hourences

The Ball Team
Jul 13, 2010
142
29
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www.TheBallthegame.com
It is based on Unreal actually, same system there. Translator messages would pop up everywhere, telling entire stories of what happened.

Yeah a nice screen somewhere that displays them all would indeed be nice, that wasn't implemented because of time constraints.