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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Silent Hill 2note A later port for the original Xbox has a subtitle, which differs between regions of release. Restless Dreams is the North American subtitle of the game; Inner Fears is the European subtitle, and Poem of the Last Moment is the Japanese subtitle is a survival horror video game released in 2001, and the second game in the Silent Hill franchise. It's not a direct sequel to the first game (that wouldn't come until Silent Hill 3), only borrowing the town of Silent Hill as its setting, but continues its unique take on Psychological Horror and then some.James Sunderland receives a letter from his wife, Mary, that begs him to meet her in their "special place" in Silent Hill, a resort town they visited together once on vacation.He just has one small problem with the letter: Mary has been dead for three years.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })James travels to Silent Hill, despite knowing for sure that his wife has died, to find out who wrote the letter and why they sent it. He arrives to discover a seemingly-abandoned town shrouded in a perpetual fog — a far cry from the resort town he remembers. During his exploration of Silent Hill, James meets several people who may or may not have a connection to the letter: Angela, a disturbed runaway looking for her mother; Eddie, a mentally unbalanced young man with a weight problem; Laura, a young girl who seems to know Mary and bears a grudge against James; and Maria, a stripper with a remarkable resemblance to Mary who begs James to protect her.James eventually discovers that his journey through Silent Hill has a very personal slant, as the town forces him to confront his fears, vices, and guilt via a number of increasingly-symbolic monsters, most notably Pyramid Head (a muscular butcher in a pyramid-shaped helmet who rapes his fellow monsters and stalks James through the town).Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Many fans and critics alike regard Silent Hill 2 as not only the apex of the Silent Hill series, but the greatest horror video game ever made, and sometimes as one of the greatest games ever made, period. This is primarily because of its intensely psychological and memorable storyline, its handling of metaphors and taboo topics, and much-improved gameplay compared to the original. The game also has Multiple Endings based on James' general behavior throughout the story (rather than on specific choices at certain junctions).
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Another Side, Another Story: The "Born from a Wish" sub-scenario in the PS2's Greatest Hits version, the Xbox version, and the HD re-release, where you play as Maria just before she meets James out by Toluca Lake.
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Earn Your Bad Ending: The "Rebirth" ending can only be obtained in New Game Plus, and involves collecting 4 hidden special items found throughout the game. The "Maria" ending can also be tricky to get on a normal playthrough, especially on the higher difficulties where she's apt to take heavy damage in certain sections, such as the Pyramid Head chase.
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Unreliable Narrator
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Unreliable Narrator: James repressed his memory about what really happened with his wife. Near the end, when the player starts to realize this, the letter James supposedly received becomes blank, and eventually disappears.
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Incurable Cough of Death
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Incurable Cough of Death: Used in the "Maria" ending to imply that Maria will suffer the same fate as Mary. Also used in a cutscene in Brookhaven Hospital, where Maria will take unspecified pills on her person and insist "[i]t's just a hangover."
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Multiple Endings: A series staple. Leave: James forgives himself, makes peace with Mary, and leaves Silent Hill. It's implied that he ends up adopting Laura like Mary wanted to in this ending. In Water: Mary begs James to move on, but James can't shake the feelings of guilt. He kills himself by driving into Toluca Lake (along with a dead Mary, who was in the backseat the whole time) in order to truly be with her again. Maria: James turns to Maria to shake the guilt of killing Mary, but as they leave Silent Hill together, Maria coughs awfully, implying that she has contracted the same disease that killed Mary. James, taking an uncharacteristically dark tone, tells her, "You better do something about that cough." Rebirth: James turns to the occult to bring Mary back to life, gathering items found throughout the game and taking her body to the church near the lake to resurrect her body. We do not see the results, but they're probably not pretty, given Silent Hill's track record of "rebirth". Dog: James breaks into a room in the hotel where he finds a Shiba Inu controlling the entirety of Silent Hill. He starts speaking Japanese as he realizes the dog was behind everything that happened to him, falls to his legs overcome with grief as said Shiba Inu licks his face to cheer him up. Yeah. UFO: Another series staple. Harry from the first game (still looking like he did on the PS1) arrives at the hotel, and the two protagonists discuss their motives before James is abducted as well.
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Violation of Common Sense: In the Historical Society, repeatedly: "The hole's dark and I can't see anything. Will you jump down?" If you don't choose "yes", you can't proceed with the game.
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Pay Evil unto Evil
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When James finally reaches the Hotel, he speaks to Angela, finding her in a perpetually burning stairwell. What she says as she's leaving reveals a lot about her character, but also that each person in Silent Hill experiences their own personal torment- for Angela, she believes that she deserves to burn in hell, so she sees fire everywhere.
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Doppelgänger Replacement Love Interest
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Maria: James turns to Maria to shake the guilt of killing Mary, but as they leave Silent Hill together, Maria coughs awfully, implying that she has contracted the same disease that killed Mary. James, taking an uncharacteristically dark tone, tells her, "You better do something about that cough."
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Reality Ensues: You can find Pyramid Head's Great Knife and use it for yourself. Unfortunately, it's about as unwieldy as you should expect a huge and incredibly heavy chunk of metal to be.
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Notice This: Done very subtly. James will turn his head towards items that can be picked up. As a result, paying close attention to whether James is looking straight ahead or tilting his head around can alert you to if there are items nearby.
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Chekhov's Gun: Subverted with Angela's knife, which James obtains after the cutscene in the Blue Creek Apartments. It does serve a function, namely that frequently looking at this item in the inventory and allowing James' health to get low will result in the "In Water" ending, in which James commits suicide. However, the knife isn't used in the actual act (looking at it just implies suicidal tendencies) and it remains unused in your inventory forever. In the Brookhaven hospital, James finds a Dry Cell Battery. Later, in the Silent Hill Historical Society, he has to use it because his flashlight suddenly goes out after finding a key.
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Karma Meter: Unlike the rest of the main Silent Hill series, the ending is determined by an invisible Karma Meter. And unlike most video games, it's not just "good" and "evil": staying at full health as much as possible gives you "Leave" and "Maria" points. Glancing at Angela's knife periodically and not giving much of a damn about your health gives you "In Water" ending points. Examining Mary's letter multiple times, especially after the text vanishes, counts towards "Leave." Various documents and other items you can examine can give you points on all three meters.
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World of Symbolism
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World of Symbolism: Tons, especially in the enemy designs and also in the characters. Just about everything James sees is an insight into his personality and deepest fears.
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And Now For Something Completely Different: As one fan interpretator has noted, the other three Silent Hill games done by Team Silentnote Silent Hill, Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 4 all have a very strong "occultic" theme, with 1 and 3 specifically being about Silent Hill's connection to a local cult, which is the primary focus of the narrative for both games. In SH2, the cult and the occult become mere background elements, with the narrative instead focusing on repression of memories and guilt. The later Silent Hill: Homecoming was really the first game in the series where both of themes were central to the plot.
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Revolvers Are Just Better
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Revolvers Are Just Better: Eddie certainly thinks so, but he's forced to resort to pistol-whipping after six shots. Maria also starts out with a rather beefy snub-nosed wheelgun in her scenario, but discards it just before setting out to find James.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: The Great Knife, if you can land a hit, does enormous damage, and you'll feel as dreaded as its owner with it in your hands. The downside is that there's a good reason Pyramid Head is so slow. James can't even lift the damn thing completely when he's carrying it, only drag it along the ground. Now try making an attack, James!
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Tomato in the Mirror: Mary died anywhere from a few hours to a week before the game—from James smothering her with a pillow. James had forgotten he'd done this.
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Welcome to Hell
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Welcome to Hell: An incomplete "WELCOME!" sign hangs over Road 73.
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Suddenly Harmful Harmless Object: The first Mannequin encountered reacts when James took the flashlight. They'll be frequently appearing afterwards.
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Sympathetic Murder Backstory: James smothered his wife to death. There are several different factors which drove him to do this, and some of them come across as less than savory, but the overall impression is that James is a desperate and despairing man doing what he feels is the right thing.
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Boss Corridor
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Boss Corridor: The final hallway to Mary's room. As with most things, the time you linger in this hall affects the ending. A similar hallway, this one lined with newspaper murder headlines, precedes the Abstract Daddy. Another takes you into the depths of the earth to find a psychotic Eddy.
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Boring, but Practical
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Boring, but Practical: Your basic pistol may not be the flashiest weapon, but you'll find plenty of ammo for it and it is very handy for the rank and file monsters in the game. It's also useful against most of the bosses because you move fairly fast with it and can quickly reposition yourself between shots, whereas the shotgun and rifle are slow and have a lengthy delay before you can move after each shot. If it's inadequate for a task, your shotgun can usually handle the challenge. It helps that there are two combination safes in the game that provide you with a heap of additional ammo. The combinations are not too challenging to decipher with some persistence.
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Degraded Boss: The Abstract Daddy reappears as a reasonably easy kill a couple of times after its first appearance as a dangerous boss.
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Recurring Boss: You have to deal with Pyramid Head several times in a variety of ways.
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Quote Mine
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Quote Mine: Mary's letter. The letter in your inventory is only the first part of a much longer message, and was "chosen" by the town to mislead James into thinking Mary might still be alive. At the end of the game, in the "Leave" and "Maria" endings, you get the full text of the letter, which makes it clear that she's still talking about what she sees in her dreams, and then goes into her final thoughts before she loses the ability to say anything else.
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Stupidity Is the Only Option: During the boss fights against Pyramid Head, all your shots ping off his helmet. There's no way to aim downwards and hit, y'know, his unarmored, seemingly fully vulnerable body.
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Resources Management Gameplay: Downplayed compared to most other Survival Horror games. While resources are finite, the game is quite generous with them, especially if you explore around and make sure to use your Finishing Move to save on ammo in combat. Throughout the game you can find almost 600 handgun bullets, 200 shotgun rounds, 70 rifle rounds, etc.
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Bittersweet Ending: The Leave ending, where James gets through his guilt, leaves Silent Hill and (probably) adopts Laura, but Mary is still dead and James (and Laura) must live with this.
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Ambiguous Ending
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Ambiguous Ending: The Maria ending, which sees James refusing to take responsibility for killing Mary; accepting Maria as a substitute partner; and subtly threatening her when she so much as coughs. This ending hints that the cycle may repeat, starting with Maria dying (either from sickness or by James' hand)... but to what extent his journey repeats is unknown. The Leave ending sees Laura walking off ahead of James. However, Laura was never really fond of James, so it's possible that he doesn't adopt her in this ending (which is what Mary had wanted to do) and they're simply walking off together to James' car. It's also not clear if they reconciled after James revealed to her that he killed Mary, which would understandably make Laura hesitant to be adopted by James. The Rebirth ending, obtained through a New Game+. James tries to resurrect Mary with some sort of ritual, but the player doesn't see the results.
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Game Mod
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Game Mod: The community-driven Silent Hill 2: Enhanced Edition project, which not only aims to fix many of the issues of the ailing 2002 PC port, but also features many modern enhancements (e.g. HD resolutions, improved FMVs, XInput/DualShock 4 controller support) while restoring missing and/or simplified PlayStation 2 features.
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Adult Fear: A man has been deeply changed by his wife's early death. The fact that James killed her is another Adult Fear: the fear of failing a loved one and of selfishness. James's guilt is overwhelming, hence his punishment. Due to his wife's long sickness James is also sexually frustrated, and angry and guilty enough about it that the town creates a physical manifestation of his dark impulses toward sexual violence. This is James and Maria's reaction to Laura running off on her own in a town filled with danger; the entire hospital sequence exists because they wanted to protect her.
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Four Is Death
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Four Is Death: The fourth time that James meets Eddie he dies, and the fourth time he meets Angela is the last time she's seen, though her fate is left ambiguous.
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Ending by Ascending: Angela is last seen ascending a burning staircase to what is apparently a Self-Inflicted Hell.
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Infinity -1 Sword
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Infinity -1 Sword: The pipe barely gains this honor due to the limited melee weapons in the game. Good damage and not too slow to use, with a decently powerful overhead swing. Albeit, the game's generosity with ammo tends to make using it less necessary.
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Dual Boss: The final time Pyramid Head appears, James has to deal with two of them. Like always, they are invulnerable to anything you have available, but if James avoids their attacks long enough, they'll impale themselves on their own spears. It symbolizes that James has accepted his guilt and is ready to move on.
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It shifts back to a Nightmare Sequence — albeit with less darkness and more water and rot — when James leaves room 312, after the revelation that he killed Mary.
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Artifact Mook: A cross-game example: Pyramid Head is explicitly made from part of James' damaged psyche, but enemies with a similar design and purpose appear in other games across the series to menace different characters: Homecoming has the very similarly appearing Bogeyman, with just a few minor design differences between the two. In this case, Bogeyman is instead a manifestation of Alex's guilt. Also, in Origins we have the Butcher, who is visually somewhat similar to ol' Pyramid but has different symbolism. Whereas Pyramid Head is about the guilt of James, the Butcher is either the cruelty and sacrifice of the Order, or is some manifestation of Travis' psyche, possibly fear and anger. Inverted by The Abstract Daddy, who is sprung from Angela's psyche. When it reappears as a Degraded Boss, Angela is nowhere to be found, but the player later finds that she has indeed been nearby.
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Eddie takes this trope to the logical extreme. After Eddie is found standing over a corpse with a gun in his hand, he explains in a Motive Rant that he wouldn't ever listen to anyone making fun of him again or he would kill them. This causes James to question Eddie's sanity aloud, and Eddie immediately attacks James.
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UFO: Another series staple. Harry from the first game (still looking like he did on the PS1) arrives at the hotel, and the two protagonists discuss their motives before James is abducted as well.
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Downer Ending: Both the In Water ending, where James is Driven to Suicide and the Maria ending, where James is presumably Driven to Madness.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: When James finally reaches the Hotel, he speaks to Angela, finding her in a perpetually burning stairwell. What she says as she's leaving reveals a lot about her character, but also that each person in Silent Hill experiences their own personal torment- for Angela, she believes that she deserves to burn in hell, so she sees fire everywhere. Eddie drops a massive one in James' confrontation with him: Again after reaching the Hotel, James meets Laura and discovers that Mary didn't die three years ago- she died, at the most, a week ago. After leaving the Apartments, James encounters Laura, who drops this on him as she leaves: When James finally reaches the old room he stayed in at the Hotel, he finds a videotape and plays it. James then is forced to remember that he killed Mary anywhere from a week to a few hours ago, and he tells Laura this as softly as he can. Depending on the ending you get, Maria may deliver one in the conversation before the Final Boss. The most obvious one is in the "Leave" ending where James sees "Mary" and calls out to her. She turns around, looks at him and...
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Cast From Hit Points: The unlockable Hyper Spray will slowly damage James. Luckily it takes about 3 minutes of continuous spraying to kill him from full health.
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Ominous Save Prompt: All of the save points count, since they're impossible to miss anywhere, but how about nine of them arranged in a bright red square on the Hotel's top floor, right before the twin Pyramid Head fight?
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Gratuitous Japanese: James inexplicably speaks Japanese during the Dog Ending cutscene. Notably, despite being a Japanese made game, it only has an English track, making this ending the only part with any Japanese voice work regardless of region.
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Fan Sequel: Silent Hill: Promise
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Nightmare Sequence: The game shifts into this type of experience during and after exiting the hospital. The town becomes completely dark and James is led to a "Historical Society". From there, James explores an underground prison that devolves into complete Bizarrchitecture that takes him further and further underground, with an impossibly long stairway and multiple deep, man-made-looking holes that he must jump into. Towards the end he discovers Maria alive, who claims to have never been killed in the first place. The nightmare seems to end after James gains a significant insight, and this places James back into the foggy town from earlier. Lampshaded by a door encountered in the first wing of the town which is unlocked during the aforementioned Nightmare Sequence and also has a relevant quote written next to it: It shifts back to a Nightmare Sequence — albeit with less darkness and more water and rot — when James leaves room 312, after the revelation that he killed Mary.
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Chainsaw Good: In a New Game+, you can find a chainsaw in the forested area near the beginning of the game. It's not great against Lying Figures and Creepers, Pyramid Head, or enemies that need to be taken out at range (such as Flesh Lips or the final boss), but with good timing, it can shred basically anything else.
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Through the Eyes of Madness
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Through the Eyes of Madness: The game heavily implies this trope. When a player returns to the spot where they killed their first monster later in the game, they'll find it surrounded by police tape. Near the end, the motel keeps shifting between bizarrchitecture and its normal state. The letter from Mary also counts; shortly after James's last encounter with Eddie, the writing vanishes, then the stationery it was written on vanishes, then finally the envelope that contained the letter vanishes.
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Self-Inflicted Hell: The town of Silent Hill itself, in this game more so than the others in the series. Angela really doesn't deserve the torment she goes through, but her belief that she deserves it brings it upon her anyway.
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Parental Incest: It's heavily implied that Angela was sexually abused by her father.
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New Game+
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The Rebirth ending, obtained through a New Game+. James tries to resurrect Mary with some sort of ritual, but the player doesn't see the results.
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Replacement Goldfish: Maria. Deconstructed in that she's a creation of the town manifested from James' desire to see his wife and subverted in that the "Maria" ending implies that she will fall ill like Mary.
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Non-Indicative Name
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Nonindicative Name: The track "Theme of Laura" has nothing to do with Laura but rather it is the main theme of Silent Hill 2.
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"Soundless Mountain 2", a 2D Super-Deformed fan de-make.
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Implacable Man: Pyramid Head. No amount of damage can harm him, and he often appears without a cutscene, providing an excellent source of Paranoia Fuel, especially in the basement of the hospital, when you realize oh God he's right behind me. All you can do is run.
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Law of Disproportionate Response: "'Anyway?' What do you mean, 'anyway'?!" Maria's outburst is triggered by James's not "sound[ing] very happy to see [her]" after she "was almost killed back there." When Eddie snaps, things quickly go south after he runs into James the last time.
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Story Difficulty Setting
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Story Difficulty Setting: The "Beginner" difficulty setting essentially disables the combat, allowing players to, according to the manual, "enjoy the storyline, drama and puzzles of Silent Hill 2 without fighting". It doesn't remove monsters altogether, but it makes them so weak that even a single bash with the plank is enough to kill one.
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Driven to Suicide
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In Water: Mary begs James to move on, but James can't shake the feelings of guilt. He kills himself by driving into Toluca Lake (along with a dead Mary, who was in the backseat the whole time) in order to truly be with her again.
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Guide Dang It!: As noted above, Silent Hill 2 breaks the mold by being less intuitive about its endings than the previous and subsequent games, relying on various conditions dictated by the player's behavior over the course of the story. Some of them are foreshadowed slightly, but otherwise they're never clear as to why one happens over another. "In Water" is probably the easiest ending to get as it requires taking a lot of damage that the player is lax about healing quickly, checking Angela's knife at least once, checking out the journal on top of Brookhaven Hospital, and listening to the tape and hallway conversations in the Hotel. Essentially, act suicidal and you'll get this one. "Leave" is also relatively easy, but generally requires the player to be fairly aware of its requirements to get it. The player needs to heal often whenever James gets injured, check Mary's photo and letter, and avoid getting too close to Maria while she is following you. Basically, act like you want to live and still care about Mary to get this one. "Maria" is considerably harder, as it does require Violation of Common Sense in some ways. Protect Maria at all costs, make sure to check up on her whenever possible when she starts feeling poorly in Brookhaven, and otherwise stay by her, listen to her, and don't annoy her by pushing her out of the way when moving. More or less, the player has to essentially forget Mary and prioritize Maria over everything else. This one is especially difficult during the infamous Pyramid Head chase in the basement of Otherworld Brookhaven. "Rebirth" is difficult due to the fact that it's only possible after beating the game once. This one requires collecting 4 relics scattered throughout Silent Hill. Collecting all four overrides any other endings you're progressing through, but good luck finding them all...
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Here We Go Again!
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Here We Go Again!: The "Maria" ending implies that Maria will end up suffering the same fate as Mary. It is also speculated that James may have to endure his journey through Silent Hill anew, and that he cannot leave the town until he gains true closure.
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Vorpal Pillow
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Vorpal Pillow: James puts Mary out of her misery by smothering her with a pillow.
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Not Quite the Right Thing: Since Maria looks and sounds like Mary, being protective and considerate towards her may seem like what you should be doing. Unfortunately, she's a construct designed to distract James from his quest. Playing the game like a completionist (exploring thoroughly, examining all objects, conserving your health items unless you're critically hurt) actually gets you one of the darkest endings, as multiple examinable objects (Angela's knife, the diary on the roof, the nighttime message in Neely's Bar, and the audio tape in the Alternate Hotel) massively increase your score towards getting the "In Water" ending (just 2 out of 4 can give you the ending, especially if you play through the game at even 80% health).
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BFS
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BFS: The Great Knife. Unusually, the game realistically portrays how impractical such a weapon would be in real life — James drags it as he walks, and has to struggle to even lift it for a strike. Pyramid Head himself even drags it along slowly and takes a while to do the overhand swing.
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Amnesiac Dissonance: One of the characters eventually discovers something about themselves that they tried to deny. Which one? James. He suffocated Mary before her illness could kill her and repressed his memory of doing so.
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Hellevator
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Hellevator: The lift that marks the end of Toluca Prison and the start of the Labyrinth. The doors close by themselves, and it's a ride downwards at a reasonable speed that takes a full minute to be completed. During a long ride in the hospital elevator, James' radio picks up a macabre game show, complete with wacky host.
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Eldritch Abomination
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Rebirth: James turns to the occult to bring Mary back to life, gathering items found throughout the game and taking her body to the church near the lake to resurrect her body. We do not see the results, but they're probably not pretty, given Silent Hill's track record of "rebirth".
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Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: A significant part of what makes Pyramid Head such a frightening monster. Even more so when you consider that according to some interpretations of the game this aspect of his behavior represents James's sexual frustration.
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Insurmountable Waist-Height Fence: At the beginning of the game, one road to Rosewater Park (which seems at the time to be your ultimate destination) is blocked by a massive sinkhole, but the other road is merely blocked off by some police tape. Instead of just going over or ducking under said police tape and getting things over with, James wanders off a side road, starts encountering monsters, cuts through a monster-infested apartment block, which sets him down his path to his whacky adventure through the town.
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode: Everything from the end of the Labyrinth to the end of the game serves as one long one. To wit: Eddie goes insane and James is forced to kill him, Maria dies again, Laura reveals Mary didn't die three years ago, Angela states her Wham Line below, and James finally remembers that he killed Mary.
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Asshole Victim: Angela murdered her father and brother before coming to Silent Hill. Considering the former had been sexually abusing and tormenting her all her life and the latter participating in it, there's ZERO pity or sympathy to be had.
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Retraux
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Retraux: Harry's cameo in the UFO ending uses the blocky PS1-era graphics. "Soundless Mountain 2", a 2D Super-Deformed fan de-make.
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Crusading Widower: James being a particularly dark example; his single-minded fixation on the search for his dead wife is a result of the fact that he killed her himself. In one ending, this crusade culminates in his suicide.
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Ominous Fog
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Ominous Fog: Naturally. Early on the town is completely shrouded in fog, though it later goes away when the town goes completely dark. It returns near the end of the game right before you go to the Lakeview Hotel.
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Merging the Branches
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Merging the Branches: The canonicity of the game's Multiple Endings is never confirmed by the developers. This is intentional. You may interpret James' choices and fate whichever way, for all are equally valid, and no single conclusion holds more weight than the others.
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Inescapable Ambush
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Inescapable Ambush: The first battle with the Pyramid Head. The door inexplicably closes behind James. He tries to open it, to no avail.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: Discussed trope as James continues to interact with Angela and Eddie. There's a reason they're all stuck in Silent Hill.
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More Teeth than the Osmond Family
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More Teeth than the Osmond Family: The nurses, though their constant twitching makes it difficult to see. Conversely, the Otherworld nurses have only a bare hint of a face.
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Eldritch Location
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The pizza scene. Why is Eddie eating pizza in the middle of a monster-infested area? How was he able to obtain one when no one's around to make it, nor anything to make it with? If it wasn't a byproduct of the weirdness of Silent Hill, then it could only be explained with this trope.
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Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing: Partway through the Labyrinth, James comes across a graveyard with graves for himself, Eddie, and Angela. Eddie always dies, Angela's fate is left ambiguous, and James can die depending on the ending. At the very beginning of the game, Angela warns James that the town has "something wrong with it", yet James seems to brush it off. When Angela reacts like she thinks James believes she's lying, he tells her that he believes her, but realizes he rather doesn't care if it is or not. While on the one hand it shows his determination to find Mary, it's also a subtle hint that James is actually suicidal and isn't bothered with the thought of getting killed. Also foreshadows the "In Water" ending since acting dangerously will result in that ending, reinforcing James' attitude of not caring about danger anymore.
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The Dog Was the Mastermind
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The Dog Ending, which simply doesn't make sense even within the context of the setting... which makes it that much funnier.
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Abandoned Hospital
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The game shifts into this type of experience during and after exiting the hospital. The town becomes completely dark and James is led to a "Historical Society". From there, James explores an underground prison that devolves into complete Bizarrchitecture that takes him further and further underground, with an impossibly long stairway and multiple deep, man-made-looking holes that he must jump into. Towards the end he discovers Maria alive, who claims to have never been killed in the first place. The nightmare seems to end after James gains a significant insight, and this places James back into the foggy town from earlier. Lampshaded by a door encountered in the first wing of the town which is unlocked during the aforementioned Nightmare Sequence and also has a relevant quote written next to it:
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Finishing Move
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Finishing Move: After knocking an enemy down with gunfire, you can run up to them and stomp on them to kill them instantly. This can make the difference between killing an enemy with just 2-3 bullets, rather than 8-12 bullets.
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Mood Whiplash
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Mood Whiplash: The Dog ending. A whole game's worth of unpleasant weirdness, followed by a cute dog and a jaunty tune.
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Infinity +1 Sword
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Infinity +1 Sword: The chainsaw, which is a Bragging Rights Reward on any difficulty but Easy, and available after talking to Angela in the cemetery at the beginning of the game.
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Rule of Funny
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Rule of Funny: The pizza scene. Why is Eddie eating pizza in the middle of a monster-infested area? How was he able to obtain one when no one's around to make it, nor anything to make it with? If it wasn't a byproduct of the weirdness of Silent Hill, then it could only be explained with this trope. The Dog Ending, which simply doesn't make sense even within the context of the setting... which makes it that much funnier.
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Unusable Enemy Equipment
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Unusable Enemy Equipment: Subverted with Pyramid Head's weapon, the Great Knife. Later in the game, this weapon can be picked up in a room in the labyrinth. Played straight with the spear the Great Knife is replaced with.
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And I Must Scream
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Maria's is James' confusing her with Mary, which is strange, considering she does it occasionally. President Evil's plot guide, analyzing the "Born from a Wish" sub-scenario, suggests that Maria doesn't have any identity outside of "surrogate Mary" — and she realizes this. It confuses and hurts her that her only purpose in life seems to be to torture some sad and lonely dude that she's never met before by representing his dead wife. She can't not confuse herself with Mary, but it still hurts her when she and others do.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: James takes seeing Pyramid Head raping a dead monster about as well as you'd think he would.
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Apocalyptic Log
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Apocalyptic Log: Early in the game, James finds a series of notes written by a dead man, which chronicle his experiences with the monsters and tips on how to deal with them. Chillingly, the second-to-last note says only "Run away." The last features several more repetitions of "Run away!"
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Final Boss
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Depending on the ending you get, Maria may deliver one in the conversation before the Final Boss. The most obvious one is in the "Leave" ending where James sees "Mary" and calls out to her. She turns around, looks at him and...
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Abusive Parents
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Abusive Parents: Angela's parents. Daddy was physically and sexually abusive; Mommy said she deserved it. The brother even joined in on the sexual abuse.
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Sheathe Your Sword
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Sheathe Your Sword: In your first encounter with Pyramid Head, you win by avoiding him and not attacking until he goes away. You can also drive him off if you shoot him enough times, which not only slows him down, but it makes the invisible counter go down faster.
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Bottomless Magazines
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Bottomless Magazines: Averted in the fight with Eddie, who has exactly six shots with a revolver before having to resort to pistol-whipping James. This is a bit of a call-back to the fight in the first game with Cybil, who also tosses her gun away after running out of bullets.
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Alien Geometries
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Alien Geometries: Silent Hill starts exhibiting this more and more as the game goes on. The prison provides a particularly memorable example, where it seems that one of the hallways was somehow inverted so that it turns into a giant pit.
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No OSHA Compliance
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No OSHA Compliance: Or at least, No Housing Code Compliance. James is able to cross between the two apartment buildings by opening the fire escape on one of them to find that it's been torn down to make room for the other one next door, then climbing through the window in the other apartment. Any developer who tried to tear down a fire escape on a multi-story apartment building to make room for construction would be either vetoed by housing authorities, or thrown in jail by them after being found out. Then again, given that Silent Hill tends to make merry love to geography, this may be justified as Malevolent Architecture.
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Ink-Suit Actor
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Ink-Suit Actor: James' appearance is based off of his voice actor, Guy Cihi. Cihi also did the motion capture for James.
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Metaphorically True
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Metaphorically True: James's belief that Mary died three years ago (which is eventually proven false) likely stems from a subconscious feeling that the idealized Mary who he loved, was effectively lost to him when she began to mentally and physically deteriorate from her disease. The implication is that Silent Hill latched on to this subconscious feeling and allowed him to believe that is what actually happened.
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Victoria's Secret Compartment
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Victoria's Secret Compartment: Maria keeps the three keys to a triple-locked door tucked into her short skirt, in her boots, and in her cleavage (in that order). While she's opening the door, James attempts to sneak a peek.
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Berserk Button
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Berserk Button: Maria's is James' confusing her with Mary, which is strange, considering she does it occasionally. President Evil's plot guide, analyzing the "Born from a Wish" sub-scenario, suggests that Maria doesn't have any identity outside of "surrogate Mary" — and she realizes this. It confuses and hurts her that her only purpose in life seems to be to torture some sad and lonely dude that she's never met before by representing his dead wife. She can't not confuse herself with Mary, but it still hurts her when she and others do. Eddie takes this trope to the logical extreme. After Eddie is found standing over a corpse with a gun in his hand, he explains in a Motive Rant that he wouldn't ever listen to anyone making fun of him again or he would kill them. This causes James to question Eddie's sanity aloud, and Eddie immediately attacks James.
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Stairway to Heaven
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Stairway to Heaven: The game plays with this trope in the labyrinth's downward staircase "that leadeth thee to Purgatory." Inverted with Angela's upward staircase to Hell. Played straight after James has faced and dealt with his guilt.
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Womb Level
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Womb Level: Players fight the Abstract Daddy boss in a room featuring fleshy, pulsating walls and pistons thrusting in and out of said walls. The floor even squishes under James' footsteps. The room supposedly represents Angela's uterus.
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You Are Better Than You Think You Are
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You Are Better Than You Think You Are: The final conversation in the "Leave" ending includes such a moment.
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Tulpa
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Tulpa: According to some theories, the existence of the character Maria can be explained by this concept as an eroticized manifestation of James’ deceased wife. She is briefly playable during the Born From A Wish segment included in the re-release, subtitled Restless Dreams—which subtitle itself is suggestive that she was literally conceived primarily from James’ unconscious desires, specifically his repressed sexual desire concerning his late wife Mary during the progression of her disease. Maria also seems to share some of Mary's own memories apart from James (hence her knowledge about and empathy for Laura), as well as an occasional outburst of the inner dominatrix (James often perceived Mary in her last years as a manipulative bully, bent on emasculating him). Although Maria physically resembles Mary, their personalities differ starkly; and throughout the game, Maria makes numerous attempts to delineate her individuality and differentiate herself from Mary before James, who is consistently unable to distinguish the two.
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Implied
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Implied with Angela, who is last seen walking up a burning staircase, never to be seen again.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: In the Lakeview Hotel, if you examine the heater, James will find a note on the back of it that says: "I'm Johnny, one hot guy." This may be a reference to the The Shining (Heeeeeere's Johnny!) where main character Jack Torrance forgets to adjust the pressure on the old boiler room of The Overlook Hotel, causing it to catch on fire. A poster for The Shining can also be seen on a wall before James gets to town. A character named Eddie dies in a freezer. The infamous closet scene is homage to the equally disturbing Blue Velvet. James get dragged through the hospital via gurney. He's wearing an Olive M-65. His initials are JS. Sounds familiar? The infamous Dog Ending is based on a memorable scene from the fourth episode of Murder, She Wrote that also features a dog using a security system control panel to wreak deadly havoc (although the dog in question was a beagle rather than a Shiba Inu).
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Video Game Caring Potential
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Video Game Caring Potential: Very insidious subversion: Being especially caring and protective toward Maria is the wrong choice, since she's a demonic creation designed to test how faithful James really is to his quest for Mary.
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Nothing Is Scarier
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Nothing Is Scarier: At the start of the game, James spends the first fifteen or so minutes walking down a fog-shrouded path along the edge of a cliff. There are no monsters or any obstacles of any sort, and barely any sounds other than your footsteps (and those mysterious footsteps coming from behind you... or are they?)
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Escort Mission: James meets Maria at Rosewater Park and she accompanies him until partway through the hospital section, at which point she decides to rest for awhile. She rejoins him sometime later, just in time to get summarily murdered by Pyramid Head. There is relatively little combat for most of the time they are together so the chances of her being hurt are fairly slight.
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Manslaughter Provocation: Angela. Throughout the game, it is hinted at that she was sexually abused by her father. A newspaper article that James finds later more or less confirms that she killed him. Eddie claims this.
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Developers' Foresight: For whatever reason, the dev team decided to avoid a particular Unwinnable by Insanity moment. If you somehow make it to the final boss (who flies and is thus immune to melee) without any ammo, or run out of ammo during the fight, it will run a special script, rapidly take damage, and die anyways.
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The Maria ending, which sees James refusing to take responsibility for killing Mary; accepting Maria as a substitute partner; and subtly threatening her when she so much as coughs. This ending hints that the cycle may repeat, starting with Maria dying (either from sickness or by James' hand)... but to what extent his journey repeats is unknown.
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Driven to Madness: Eddie goes mad along the game, having been so obsessed with the murder and assault he committed that he even tries to kill James later in the game. Presumably James is also driven to madness in the Maria ending, where he decides to forget about Mary and live with Maria, who isn't real, being just a manifestation of his guilt.
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Lethal Joke Weapon: The plank. It's your starting weapon, and it's weaker than most of the weapons in the game, but unlike the other normal melee weapon in the game (the Steel Pipe), you can actually move while using it, letting James run circles around his enemies.
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Hell Hotel: The Lakeview Hotel. Downplayed in that it's noticeably less monster-infested than the apartments, hospital, or historical society/prison, and largely is just creepy and empty. Even the Other World version of it doesn't have many monsters in your path, with only a handful of basic enemies between you and the final bosses.
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I Never Told You My Name: Maria calls James by name in spite of the fact that he never introduces himself. James never comments on this or responds to it in any way, and it's far from the only knowledge she should not have and yet does.
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Uncomfortable Elevator Moment: Specifically when the "Trick or Treat" quiz show randomly plays on James's radio. Maria and James once again show what a comedy duo they would make by their reactions at the end.
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Phone Call from the Dead: The game begins with one of these from the protagonist's dead wife, in the form of a letter. It's revealed to be a Dead Man Writing, because he had repressed the true memory of her manner of death.
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Turns Red: Inverted; most of the bosses actually get weaker as the battle progresses. Pyramid Head stops using his quicker, more dangerous swipe and starts exclusively using his slow, easily dodged overhead swing, once you kill one Flesh Lip the other is much easier to deal with by itself and the third one only shows up once the first two are dead, Eddie's attacks become less aggressive and he starts trying to run away and hide as his health gets low, and Maria uses her butterfly attack less often as she starts getting low on health, giving you more time to pump bullets into her.
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A cross-game example: Pyramid Head is explicitly made from part of James' damaged psyche, but enemies with a similar design and purpose appear in other games across the series to menace different characters: Homecoming has the very similarly appearing Bogeyman, with just a few minor design differences between the two. In this case, Bogeyman is instead a manifestation of Alex's guilt. Also, in Origins we have the Butcher, who is visually somewhat similar to ol' Pyramid but has different symbolism. Whereas Pyramid Head is about the guilt of James, the Butcher is either the cruelty and sacrifice of the Order, or is some manifestation of Travis' psyche, possibly fear and anger.
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Unexplained Recovery: Maria reappears in the prison after being fatally impaled by Pyramid Head in the hospital basement with no explanation, apart from insisting she and James were "separated in that long hallway". This is not the last time this happens, either.
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Elevator Escape: Lucky for James. Not so much for Maria. In fact, the closing of the doors seems triggered to make James see the full grisly consequences of his self-preservation.
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Sprint Meter: Not as a visible meter, but James runs a bit slower after running for a period of time, and noticeably stops to catch his breath if you stop running. It's not a major factor due to the generally slow enemies in the game, but managing the sequel's sprint meter is much more important due to the faster enemies and several sequences requiring extended running.
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Vomit Discretion Shot: The cutscene introducing Eddie has him vomiting into a toilet. Copiously. The camera angles carefully prevent the player from actually seeing him puke, though the sound of Eddie's spewing works well enough on its own.
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Early-Bird Cameo: Although he did not appear in person, Walter Sullivan was actually first mentioned in the game three times (first in a magazine article at the apartment buildings, then as an answer to a question in the hospital and finally his grave at a cemetery displayed prominently next to headstones for all the game's other major characters) before he made a physical appearance in Silent Hill 4.
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Oddball in the Series: Among the games developed by "Team Silent" at least, this is the only game of the original 4 that puts the Myth Arc of the Order to the side and focuses more on a personalized psychological horror story.
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Mercy Kill: James claims that Mary's death was this; his overwhelming guilt after the fact is what sets the events of the game in motion. Whether or not he did it out of mercy is ambiguous — James' admission and reasoning, and whether Mary accepts and forgives or hates him is different in each ending.
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Mental Monster: Such creatures include the leggy mannequins, the membrane-bound lying figures, and the rapey Pyramid Head, all having rather sexual designs. Most of them are manifestations of James's sexual frustration and increasing depravity ever since his wife Mary fell terminally ill, and the two Pyramid Heads originate from his guilt of murdering his wife the week before and later Eddie in self-defense, existing for the sole purpose of fulfilling James's desire for karmic punishment because of said guilt. Once he realizes he doesn't need the Pyramid Head to punish him for his sins, they promptly skewer themselves on their own spears.
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Earn Your Happy Ending: The "Leave" ending requires a very specific play style that isn't necessarily obvious. To put it simply, you need to prove to the game that you have a burning determination to see Mary again, and playing the game like a completionist tends to prevent you from earning this ending.
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Together in Death: Monster designer Masahiro Itō has confirmed (via Twitter) that Mary's dead body was in the backseat the whole time. This means that, in the "In Water" ending, James drives her into Toluca Lake with him, never to be separated again. (It can be further inferred from Mary's presence in the car that to complete such a murder-suicide was actually James' initial motivation for returning to Silent Hill.) However, there's no direct evidence supporting her presence in the car in the game itself, with the ending merely depicting the car sounds and James' internal dialogue over a black screen. Nevertheless, that internal dialogue begins with "Now I understand. The real reason I came to this town," and ends with "Now... we can be together." It should be noted that the graffiti in the Dark World version of Neely's Bar taunts him that he "might be heading to a different place than Mary" (i.e. hell, since he committed murder and, by that point, has at least considered suicide).
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No-Gear Level: There's a section of the hotel that must be explored without any items, even including the flashlight.
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Sinister Scraping Sound: Pyramid Head scrapes his giant blade along the ground.
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Go Mad from the Isolation / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
God is Dead / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Golden Ending / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Goodies in the Toilets / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hallucinations / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hand in the Hole / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Happier Home Movie / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hates Being Touched / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hell Hotel / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hero of Another Story / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
He's Just Hiding! / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hidden Eyes / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hold the Line / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Homage Shot / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hopeless Boss Fight / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Horrifying the Horror / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Arsenal / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Never Told You My Name / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Icy Blue Eyes / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Idle Animation / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Implacable Man / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inappropriate Hunger / int_9b3ae4a9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Incurable Cough of Death / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inferred Survival / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ink-Suit Actor / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Innocent Blue Eyes / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
/ int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Interrupted Suicide / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Invincible Boogeymen / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Invisible Monsters / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Invisible to Normals / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ironic Nursery Tune / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Japanese Ranguage / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Karma Meter / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Last Note Nightmare / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lawful Evil / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Leap of Faith / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lecherous Licking / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lens Flare / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Licked by the Dog / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Little Girls Kick Shins / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Love Makes You Crazy / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lucky Charms Title / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Manslaughter Provocation / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mascot Villain / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mental Monster / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Milestone Celebration / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Minimalist Cast / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mobile Maze / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mobile Menace / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Monogender Monsters / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Monster Misogyny / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mummies at the Dinner Table / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Murderous Mannequin / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Necromantic / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nightmare Sequence / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Escape but Down / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
No-Gear Level / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Longer with Us / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Yay / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ominous Music Box Tune / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ominous Walk / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Handed Zweihänder / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
One of These Doors Is Not Like the Other / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Out, Damned Spot! / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Overly Long Tongue / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Parental Incest / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Phallic Weapon / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Phone Call from the Dead / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Playing the Heart Strings / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Playing the Player / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Plotline Death / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pose of Supplication / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Posthumous Character / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Praising Shows You Don't Watch / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Prematurely Marked Grave / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pretty Spry for a Dead Guy / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Primal Fear / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Prison Episode / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Promoted to Playable / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Psychological Thriller / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Real Song Theme Tune / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recurring Boss / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recurring Riff / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Repetitive Audio Glitch / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Repressed Memories / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Resurrected Romance / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ret-Gone / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rewatch Bonus / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Room Full of Crazy / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Rule of Symbolism / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Save Point / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Scooby-Dooby Doors / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Self-Inflicted Hell / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Self-Made Orphan / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Shadow Archetype / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Sheathe Your Sword / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Shoo Out the Clowns / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Shower of Angst / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Sickbed Slaying / int_68ff28c9
 SilentHillBookOfMemories
seeAlso
Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sinister Scraping Sound / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sir Cameos-a-Lot / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slashers Prefer Blondes / int_9b3ae4a9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slaughterhouse Fight / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Solemn Ending Theme / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spoiler Title / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stairway to Heaven / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Stalker Without a Crush / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Stock Sound Effects / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Story Branch Favoritism / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Story Difficulty Setting / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strangled by the Red String / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stupidity Is the Only Option / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Surreal Horror / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Surreal Symbolic Heads / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Suspicious Video-Game Generosity / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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Sword Drag / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sympathetic Murderer / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tech Demo Game / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Alcatraz / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Alcoholic / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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The Butcher / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Killer in Me / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Lost Lenore / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Man Behind the Curtain / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Millstone / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Mourning After / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The One Guy / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Tetris Effect / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
These Hands Have Killed / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
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This Is Unforgivable! / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Through the Eyes of Madness / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Thrown Down a Well / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Til Murder Do Us Part / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Took a Shortcut / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trail of Blood / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trapped in a Sinking Car / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trauma-Induced Amnesia / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Treacherous Spirit Chase / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tulpa / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
2x4 / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Uncertain Doom / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Uncomfortable Elevator Moment / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unique Enemy / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unishment / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unkempt Beauty / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Updated Re-release / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Urban Legend of Zelda / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vader Breath / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vertigo Effect / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Victoria's Secret Compartment / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Games of the 2000s / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Game Caring Potential / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Violation of Common Sense / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Voiceover Letter / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vomit Discretion Shot / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Voodoo Shark / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vorpal Pillow / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Warm-Up Boss / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
What the Hell, Player? / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Whispering Ghosts / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wins by Doing Absolutely Nothing / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Womb Level / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Are Better Than You Think You Are / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Younger Than They Look / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
You're Insane! / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Zombie Puke Attack / int_68ff28c9
 SilentHill2
sameAs
Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
 SilentHill2
sameAs
Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Closet Shuffle / int_68ff28c9
 Silent Hill 2 (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flying Dutchman / int_68ff28c9