Ryan Clayton hate? - Beyond: Two Souls - Giant Bomb
For Beyond: Two Souls on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs titled "Ryan Clayton and his romantic relationship makes me laugh and cringe. Bonuses: [Performance Capture in Beyond: Two Souls] Girls", the protagonist wads groped by the bar's clientele, no closer relationship with Ryan will happen. For Beyond: Two Souls on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Ryan Clayton and his romantic relationship makes me.
After Jodie completes the mission — inadvertently killing the father of a child she had used Aiden to heal and befriended — the "warlord" turns out to have been the democratically elected president and the nation's best hope for peace and stability. Incensed and disgusted, Jodie confronts Ryan. Ryan tells her they were following orders.
Jodie and Aiden nearly crash the helicopter they're in before Jodie jumps out and goes on the run. The two are later reunited to take down a condenser creating a rift to the Infraworld in another country. This is the Dragon's Hideout where Jodie and Ryan are captured and tortured and Ryan can lose his eye.
During and after this mission, Jodie can forgive him and renew their relationship.
Ryan Clayton hate?
He will sacrifice himself if Nathan tries to shoot Jodie, but will survive in all other cases. He didn't go back to that country and set things right - He lied not just to get you to do what he wanted but to kill people and throw an entire country back into chaos. To me, it takes someone very delusional to forgive that, especially considering by the end he hadn't done anything to rectify it other than quit his job which, really, isn't that impressive considering at the time it was likely the world was gonna' end.
An argument against what I said would be much more convincing had you not chosen Ryan but you did and, as I said, I'm confident most women did. As I mentioned as well, this is a bigger commentary on how women choose men than any of you are going to want to admit. I believe women are creatures of insecurity. How lucky I am he chose me! I could do better than him! Besides that, from what I've seen women are the last person you should look to for an explanation as-to why they do what they do - This's prolly true 'cuz y'all do so much that makes little to no sense but you still want to view yourself as a reasonable person so when you list off the traits of a good partner they don't reflect what you actually pursue in the least.
That's part of the reason you guys are so dismissive instead of direct: You don't want to face the reality of your own decisions or the frequency of them so you just tune them out and convince yourself that "you didn't really do that.
That's a whole 'nother can-O-worms I aint gonna' open. It's just rather unfortunate you are the way that you are and the director did a good job of conveying it.
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That says a lot about women methinks This is very typical of women - "He beats me 'cuz he loves me. You draw conclusions based on what you want to believe or what is convenient for you to believe rather than the evidence at hand.
Sooo, yeah - Unfortunate tendencies indeed CirOnn CirOnn 5 years ago 6 I won't go into discussing women 'department'. I think it's pretty personal to why someone chose Ryan for Jodie and I think it goes beyond sexes. I'm a male, for an example, and I chose Ryan. Like I said, Ryan sure is partially to blame, but entirely? Ryan's mistake was the lie, not the order. No mission would ever be executed if for his superiors. He is given orders, and he carries them out, it's a job and he doesn't seem to think too much into it until Jodie comes into the picture.
He is completely loyal to the CIA. And of course someone with a different point of view would make the best counter argument! Otherwise they are pretty much agreeing with you in one aspect or the other.
P In any case, I have nothing more to say really I understand your point of view and I respect it. I simply can't seem to share it. But I'm glad you took your time to analyze the game, I really feel it can generate many different points of view in almost any regard, including this one.
Regarding your last post: If he claim he is sorry, I have to consider that he is sorry, not that he is not. The burden of proof is on anyone that claims that he is indeed lying rather than telling the truth.
Havok83 Havok83 5 years ago 7 Ryan was a great character. He redeemed himself at the end and the fact that he wasn't Mr Perfect made him feel more human.
I won't go into discussing women 'department'. I read so many stereotypes and assumptions about half of the human race in this thread I wanted to vomit. So thank you for pointing out that women are, like men, individuals, and not a singular being.
Since birth, Jodie has had a psychic connection with a mysterious entity named Aiden, with whom she can communicate and perform telepathic acts, such as possessing people's minds and manipulating certain objects. After an incident with some neighbourhood kids results in Aiden almost killing one of them, Jodie's foster parents seek help to care for her condition, permanently leaving her under the custody of doctors Nathan Dawkins Willem Dafoe and Cole Freeman Kadeem Hardison of the United States Department of Paranormal Activity.
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During this time, Nathan and Cole are building the condenser, a portal that connects the world of the living with the world of the dead—the Infraworld. One night, Nathan learns that his wife and daughter were killed in a car accident.
While trying to comfort him, Jodie discovers that she can channel spirits of the dead from the Infraworld; she helps the spirits speak to the living through a psychic link created by her physical contact. As the years pass, a teenage Jodie Ellen Page seeks her independence, both from the doctors and from Aiden, and tries several times to live a normal life. At each attempt, Aiden intervenes, ending in disaster.
After braving hostile entities from the Infraworld, Jodie manages to shut down the condenser and warns Nathan not to build another. After training, the now-adult Jodie goes on multiple missions as a field agent, often with Ryan, to whom she slowly becomes attracted. On one such mission in Somalia, Jodie learns that the target she killed was not a warlord, but the country's benign president. An enraged Jodie flees in disgust, despite Ryan's pleas. Branded a traitor, Jodie becomes a fugitive, evading pursuing CIA forces.
Along the way, she befriends a small group of homeless people, one of whom she helps give birth to a girl named Zoey, and she lives with a family of Native Americans, during which she encounters another love interest named Jay and saves them from a malevolent entity. The CIA eventually recaptures Jodie after she attempts to reconnect with her catatonic biological mother, who has been held and forcibly drugged for decades in a military hospital.
He reveals that the CIA is willing to let Jodie go if she agrees to a final mission. Jodie and a CIA team led by Ryan destroy an underwater facility housing a Chinese-developed condenser before it is used to attack the United States. Jodie then learns that Nathan built a miniature condenser to speak exclusively to his family, but without success. After showing Nathan that his refusal to let them go is only making them suffer, Jodie tries to leave, only to be held in captivity by the CIA—the organisation has deemed her too dangerous to be freed.
Jodie is subjected to the same fate as her mother. Nathan appears and informs Jodie that he's decided to shut down the containment field to the Black Sun, merging the two worlds together and making death meaningless. Too weak to free Jodie, Aiden contacts Ryan and Cole, leading them to her.