The Minutes of Square Enix "Interactive Reveal" on Twitch - Day 2
Twitch viewers direct what happens in this 3-day interactive announcement for... something!
- Prisoner's much calmer than yesterday. Sometimes he's pacing, or stretching, or sleeping, or meditating in the center of the room.
- Less than a half hour to go until that next vote!
- Bodyguards bring in table and put a journal on it. Captor (guy with super-hammy Russian accent) tells Prisoner to "start writing." He writes for a minute, then the guards chase him into a corner.
- Prisoner yells at the cameras, begging for his medication, saying it's "been too long."
- Choice: "Use Password," or "Infiltrate."
- Whatever they picked, it went wrong. Prisoner gave Captor some bad advice.
- Next vote in 5 hours.
- Prisoner is crouched under the interrogation chair, not clear what he's doing. Maybe trying to get a part loose?
- Guards come in and ask Prisoner what he's doing. They remove the chair. They bring the table with the journal back in.
- Prisoner was writing for at least an hour.
- Now he's crouched, staring at the screen-wall and holding a bar.
- 2:27: I start using timestamps.
- 2:27: Camera's gone black.
- 2:27: Guards are walking out of the cell. Prisoner's in the fetal position on the ground.
- 5:00: Guards and Captor back in the room. Guard covers the camera. When we're back, Prisoner's gasping.
- 5:01: Prisoner says there's a vault in the Kafka museum with "lots of guns." Captor says "no there's not."
- 5:02: Shield the Prisoner from torture? "Step back" or "Protect."
- 5:03: Now there's a female Captor.
- 5:03: Captors arguing.
- 5:03: Twitch chose "Protect."
- 5:04: Prisoner's dropped the wimp act. He laughs, saying "You have one of ours, now we have one of yours."
- 5:04: Cut to black. Next vote in two hours.
- 5:05: And we're back; Prisoner's crawling on the floor again, clutching his gut in pain.
- 5:06: Back to the loops of Prisoner sleeping.
- 9:47: Next vote at 11 AM Central Time tomorrow.
Check in tomorrow for Project CKP's conclusion! Maybe, just maybe, we'll find out why we've watched some guy pace in a cell for 72 hours.
Published Apr. 7th 2015