's ending and final boss depend on various choices made throughout the course of the game. As a Soulslike, or rather a Bloodbornelike, imitates much about the classic formula. Like many of the Soulslikes that came before it, includes multiple endings, and has a regular final boss along with a "" final boss, only unlocked in certain scenarios. What's unique about it, though, is a feature called the Lie System. Based on the 1883 Carlo Collodi novel The Adventures of Pinocchio, repeatedly gives players the chance to tell the truth or lie at crucial moments in the story. Their responses determine the ending.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for all possible endings of Lies of P.]
centers around Pinocchio as he explores the city of Krat. Krat is in the early stages of a puppet uprising's aftermath. Most humans are dead, and many of those who remain, including puppets and humans, are infected by the Petrification Disease. This mysterious ailment mutates the afflicted into horrific monsters, many of whom make up the boss fights in. With the help of his creator Gepetto, Pinocchio eventually discovers a society of researchers called the Alchemists, who claim to be developing a cure. Instead, he learns, the Alchemists want to let the disease propagate in order to usher in a new age of humanity.
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In 's most common ending, the final boss is Simon Manus, the leader of the Alchemists. Prior to this sequence, Pinocchio has repeatedly run into a blue-haired woman named Sophia, occasionally accepting her aid along his journey. At some point, she reveals that she's infected, too, and Pinocchio can choose either to "" or "" (i.e., kill her). Whatever he chose, atRead more on screenrant.com