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Guest BlindBusDrivr

Indiana Jones connections to the story?

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Guest BlindBusDrivr

If you guys haven't noticed, there have been MANY connections between Indiana Jones and the zombies story, especially after the fourth one.

Those aliens sure seemed a lot like the Vril Ya:

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seems to fit in with the whole aliens theme.

Then we have the warehouse in the loading screen.

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And then in the level REBIRTH in the campaign, (towards the end where you're playing as Hudson about to stop Mason from killing Steiner) there's a morgue with the name on it: JOHN LOSTARK.

Don't see it?

LOST ARK

Raiders of the Lost Ark?

Reference is it not?

And then the artifacts:

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Indiana Jones and Richtofen are very similar characters. Both searching around the globe for ancient artifacts which contain GREAT powers.

This ties into a lot of stuff in zombies.

And perhaps they are trying to hint to us some place to look. 8-)

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Guest MexicanIlluminati

Wow....this is eerily coherent :shock: Not to mention the whole Nuketown scene, though thats a link more to multiplayer than zombies....good work though! :)

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Guest Matuzz

Also Shangri-la skull, just like crystal skull in Indiana Jones.

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Guest MexicanIlluminati

Not to menion the fact that the opening scene of Crystal Skulls takes place in Area 51's Hangar 18....

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Guest MixMasterNut

I've posted this info on the conehead skull here:

viewtopic.php?f=69&t=18896&p=183313#p183313

This Crystal Skull is from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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Watch these trailers. You might notice a few things :wink:

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And I posted this info about the loading screen warehouse and the Griffin Station computers here:

viewtopic.php?f=72&t=19347&p=183412#p183412

Here is where I think the computers on Griffin Station come from....

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Watch the very end of this clip [10:05]

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(sorry the video was taken down)

the scene takes place in this warehouse ;)

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I once asked AlphaSnake on his thoughts about if the Focusing Stone in Shangri La could possibly be related to the legendary Philosopher's Stone found in many other mythologies. And here's the carrot he gave me ;)

IronPhoenix.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indiana_Jones_and_the_Iron_Phoenix

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Guest Undead xP

I have no doubt some of the inspiration for where zombies has developed up to now was also inspired by Indiana Jones. Good find! ;)

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Guest MyLittleHellhound

Oh wow, how did i not notice this before! good connection BBD

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Guest Ehjookayted

Pop Culture and Zombies are more intertwined than we may believe. I'm starting to believe that zombies is simply a retelling of Mary Shelley's fabled novel: Frankenstein.

Pure inspiration these days seems impossible, and every story we read is based on something else; it's just a matter of fact. That doesn't take away from their art value, though.

Good find.

P.S. I'm loving how you, Alpha, and Mix are all on the same page here.

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Guest KarlMc89

In Indiana Jones: Raiders Of The Lost Ark, The ark is described as 'a transmitter, a radio for speaking to God'

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Guest MyLittleHellhound

Hm...............................should we look for more of these kinds of things?

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Guest MexicanIlluminati

And then in the level REBIRTH in the campaign, (towards the end where you're playing as Hudson about to stop Mason from killing Steiner) there's a morgue with the name on it: JOHN LOSTARK.

Where exactly is this?

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Guest Zaptn.

Never thought zombies would connect to a film! [brains] for finding it out :D

Haven't watched Indiana jones for ages...

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Guest Rory 1201

So if this is true Richtofen may represent that german lady and the black pyramid may represent the spaceship at the end.

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Guest MixMasterNut

[center:1fvphsds]Indiana Jones: Temple of the Crystal Skull Pyramid attraction at DisneySea Tokyo

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Notice any resemblance....

Shangri la Pyramid

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This pyramid is a spaceship

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- Mix

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