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[/spoiler]I'd like to tell you a simple story: a story about two brothers. Two gifted kids: one of them, the elder, is very keen on scienze and all that implies inventiveness and experimental attitudes, and the younger happens to be more skilled at literary fields of application.
One day, at the first melting of ice, the kids go to a half-frozen pond to launch a toy steamboat; they dream of shipping it towards warmer lands. While messing around the younger falls in the pond; his brother, unable to help him with his bare hands, has nothing left but stare at him disappear into the chilled waters with a gruesome sense of guilt.
As people say life goes on, and the survived child becomes a scientist; a clever and enlighted man of knowledge. Throughout his researches he gets in touch with ancient techniques verging to separate the distinct functions of human mind that, bound as a whole, allows the being to run an ordinary life in a so-called univocal reality, where time owns irrevocable linear features: present always leaves back the past as plain memories and future follows the present – who knows what
Maybe that at first the man was attracted by the mere scientific aspect of his discoveries, it's not relevant, but a time came when he fully grasped their outermost implications: go back to the past and save his brother's life in order to grant him a future existence.
The same role of the player attests that in the end he succeeded.http://www.gameboomers.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=397135&fpart=1&PHPSESSID=e4ba48ca0e6896efb178674b7d3c803e