I've captured a photo of the letter, then I found that something was missing and different from what appeared after Elliott examined it. Especially the date, one was 03/05/1991, and one was 08/23/1999. So, which one should be consider canon for the game?
What reads from the real letter:
My dearest Lisa,
What reads after Elliott examined the letter:
My dearest Lisa.
Sroczynski 07:02, April 11, 2012 (UTC)
- We list the latter of the two on the article. The first one is what Elliot reads out? As in, they recorded voice for that letter? Does he read out the date? I've played it but I can't remember. It might be worth putting both on the article.--Baker1000 11:48, April 11, 2012 (UTC)
- I've focused on the letter, and captured the photo, which was the first one. There's no recording at all, and the second one was what popped out after Elliott examined it. Sroczynski 12:58, April 11, 2012 (UTC)
- Ah right, it appears on screen for you to read? But when you look at it on the table it is the first one? I'd be more inclined for the second one to be the canon letter because it pops up for you to read. Also the date is a numbers reference. I'd take a guess that you're not supposed to get that close to the first letter and it's just there for show. Although they must have got the information to write on it from somewhere. Again, it might be worth noting on the article that there are two versions but one (the second one) is what the player is shown.--Baker1000 19:45, April 11, 2012 (UTC)
- Yup, I guess I'm not supposed to focus on the letter too, because it had nothing to do with the mission of that part. So maybe you're right, the popped up version should be the canon one, as the letter on the table never mentioned the "The research being done at Savo’s institute has gone horribly wrong. Lives are in jeopardy. Patients are being injected with lethal chemicals." part, and I guess without this part Lisa would never learn what bad things did Savo really did. Sroczynski 20:03, April 11, 2012 (UTC)