>Kids game with happy go-lucky characters in a colorful world
>Fan Theory that the main character has some kind of mental illness / is actually dead / was abused as a child
It's just people ashamed of enjoying a colorful, made for children's game so they want to rationalize it
>"See? it's dark, mature, profound and intellectual!"
To be fair Undertale is the culmination of that faggotry.
inductive theories and, like
states, "headcanons" exist for nearly everything
i believe this is where fandoms come from
why do people feel the need to insert their inductive, shitty reasoning and bad storywriting into a perfectly fine gaem
i don't think it really is a way to rationalize, but rather a way to add something, prolonging the inevitable death of whatever series, like undertale
why can't they just let something die and keep it in good memories, like the developer made it, without being shit up by teenagers with their fanfiction, art and shitty theories