History TearJerker / AlanWake

8th Apr '15 10:25:35 AM TinMan
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* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode and the two [=DLCs=] is David Bowie's "Space Oddity", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
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* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode and the two [=DLCs=] is David Bowie's "Space Oddity", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...Tom?''... * In American Nightmare, hearing on the radio that Alice has given Alan up for dead. [[spoiler: It gets undone by the ending, but damn it hurts to hear.]] * Being [[spoiler: unable to save Emma in the first two iterations.]] It's even worse the second time around, since she'd already turned GenreSavvy and it still didn't help.
30th Jun '13 5:16:56 AM IsaacG
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* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode and the two DLCs is David Bowie's "Space Oddity", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
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* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode and the two DLCs [=DLCs=] is David Bowie's "Space Oddity", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
21st Mar '12 11:01:57 PM SenatorMeow
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Song was misidentified. Common mistake.
* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode and the two DLCs is "Major Tom", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
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* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode and the two DLCs is "Major Tom", David Bowie's "Space Oddity", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
28th Feb '12 2:14:44 AM Shaoken
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Major Tom plays over all the credits, not just the writer.
* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode, The Writer, is "Major Tom", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
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* The song that plays during the credits for the last episode, The Writer, episode and the two DLCs is "Major Tom", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
27th Oct '11 2:18:44 PM InsomniacWeasel
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** The happy memory Zane shows you afterwards, too.
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** The happy memory Zane shows you afterwards, too.too. * The song that plays during the credits for the last episode, The Writer, is "Major Tom", about a spaceman who becomes lost in the void forever, watching the Earth from above. ''Can you hear me, Major Tom?''...
29th Jul '11 6:02:27 PM TheCuza
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** Unless, of course, you are moved to tears of anger and frustration due to it being ThatOneLevel.
12th Jul '11 7:15:36 PM TeraChimera
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** "The poet and the muse" by the Old Gods Of Asgard. Just pay attention to the lyrics...
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** "The poet Poet and the muse" Muse" by the Old Gods Of Asgard. Just pay attention to the lyrics...
5th Jul '11 8:03:13 PM DeepRecon
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* Alan throws a tantrum at Alice for trying to get rid of his writer's block and storming out.

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* Alan throws Some of the manuscript pages are just...heartbreaking. Most of them play into things that happen in-game, but are offscreen or out of Wake's field of perception. Such as... ** ...early in the game, one of the radio shows has a tantrum at Alice caller ask whether or not listeners can keep an eye out for trying to get rid of his writer's block dog, Toby, who had run off after something spooked him in the woods (heavily implied to be one of the Taken). One of the manuscript pages details Toby's encounter with the Taken: it's a man that Toby knew as, "...the nice man who always gave him treats and storming out.never got tired of playing with him." Then Toby smells something 'wrong' about him, something that absolutely terrified him. [[ShootTheDog And then the nice man buried his axe in Toby's skull.]] ** Or Rusty, who players only know as a friendly park ranger who was previously seen helping mend a dog's leg after it stepped in a trap. In one of the manuscript pages, it's revealed that he was deeply enamored with Rose. It's touching, considering their interactions, but the name of the manuscript explains pretty well why this is a TearJerker: "Rusty's Final thoughts." *** The above manuscript page is made even more heartbreaking when a ''later'' page reveals that Rose had feelings for Rusty, too.
22nd Jun '11 4:20:03 PM demonguy
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** "The poet and the muse" by the Old Gods Of Asgard. Just pay attention to the lyrics...
11th Jun '11 3:41:50 PM DeathNoteFan
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* Alan is such a JerkAss when he yells at Alice for trying to get rid of his writer's block and storming out.
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* Alan is such throws a JerkAss when he yells tantrum at Alice for trying to get rid of his writer's block and storming out.
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