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The Stanley Parable - Museum ending

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ChasV K (1 month ago)
“Stepping into his manager’s office, Stanley was once again stunned to discover not an indication of any human life. Shocked, unraveled, Stanley wondered in disbelief wh-” Stanley was in such a rush to get through the story as quickly as possible, he didn’t even have a single minute to just LET THE NARRATOR TALK!
TheOfficialCzex (3 months ago)
It about the journey, not the destination.
TheGreenTaco999 (3 months ago)
Neo: "D'you already know if I'm going to take it?" The Oracle: "Wouldn't be much of an Oracle if I didn't." Neo: "But if you already know, how can I make a choice?" The Oracle: "Because you didn't come here to make the choice, you've already made it. You're here to try to understand why you made it. I thought you'd have figured that out by now."
Luke Morgan (9 months ago)
time Dr Freeman...
Logan Kohler (9 months ago)
It’d a real mind fuck if at that point the game was soft locked and you legit had to quit and restart the game, leaving no choice once again.
Uğurtan Savaş (10 months ago)
Don’t let time choose for you....!
broskie packingGun (11 months ago)
you need more subs
Yeet Yote (1 year ago)
"When every path you can walk has been created for you long in advance, death becomes meaningless, making life the same." "Do you see now? Do you see stanley was already dead from the moment he hit start?"
In The Shadows 1987 (3 months ago)
NANI??
Topkek Kek (3 months ago)
omae wa mou shindheiru
LizzShana (2 years ago)
Huh... A narrator narrating the narrator who was narrating the protagonist.
Weird Guy (1 year ago)
M E T A
spinningninja2 (2 years ago)
This was my first ending... and also my favorite...
Andy Johnson (2 years ago)
Same, first ending for me and it looks cool
Jayce (3 years ago)
@5:13 The switch is now on OFF.
John Is Blessed (3 months ago)
That was my first though, it had to be a reference.
Aarone2004 (4 years ago)
congrats for using a ps3 controller 1:21 xD
Pietro Guglielmi (4 years ago)
It's about how the narrator is not "The God", he's manipulated too. But this is just my interpretation.
TheGreenTaco999 (3 months ago)
Callum "If every path and every outcome has already been created, how can you really make a real choice?" also Callum "the only one you can make, is not to play" amazing how you can draw the right conclusion from a game but not know how to apply it to anything beyond what it was already applied to in front of you, the choice to not play was already created for you as a "quit" button, and if it's the only choice you can make doesn't that make it even less of a free will choice? you remind me of nihilists(no offence, it's all just a game anyways.) who says "life is meaningless" but then goes on to consider themselves to be better than others for understanding this nature of life while being completely oblivious to the fact that they're ignorant to their own non-nihilistic values that validate themselves,(being a nihilist inherently defeats itself because you establish that there is an inherent and true meaning in life to "understand things" or "be smart", otherwise why would you choose to be nihilistic) all choices are of equal free will, it either is or isn't, free will is an illusion, so is love and death, nothing isn't an illusion, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't have the illusion of meaning to go along with it. but don't mind me, I'm just another comment who thinks he's smart when in actuality I realize just how inconsequential anything I say online is, and how no matter what we all end up on r/iamsmart because dumb people want to laugh at dumber people to feel better about themselves. TL;DR: Gorge Bush chose to let the Jews do 9/11 and Hitler did nothing wrong
Callum (9 months ago)
I'd say its more about how even though this game is all about choice and free will, do you really have it? If every path and every outcome has already been created, how can you really make a real choice? The only one you can make, is to not play.
LizzShana (2 years ago)
Yeah
Eric K. (5 years ago)
The whole game is about Stanley and The Narrator interacting, one playing with the other. This ending is different, the woman is talking to the player. And her sayings are deep.
TheGreenTaco999 (3 months ago)
altho I agree with TheGreatslyfer, I have to say this is one of the most r/iamverysmart things I've seen in a while,
TheGreatslyfer (8 months ago)
Who's to say that the woman and the player are not interacting, that one is not playing with the other? You could transfer what was going on between Stanley and The Narrator with The Woman and The Player. It's funny because the game is about recognizing that a person may never have free will, and in this instance she is acting as the "free will" of the player, just as The Narrator was acting as the "free will" of Stanley. Yet you and the people who have liked your comment naively think she is just a person talking to you as the player in hopes of offering you advice and can't control your thoughts/decisions, when it's pretty much implied by the game and what is happening that SHE is secretly acting like your "free will".
Bsb_Sooo2 (5 years ago)
Thanks for uploading!
Isabelle May (5 years ago)
This ending to me is one of the spookier endings, given that it lifts the curtain and shows you the true nature of the game. The urgency in the female narrator's voice at the end only serves to increase that unnerved feeling.

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