History VideoGame / GhostTrick

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* NeverTrustATrailer: One of the trailers claims that "time marches on in real time" as you play the game. This is a lie; in-game time only advances as you advance the plot, allowing you to TakeYourTime while you're in the present.
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* GoMadFromTheIsolation: [[spoiler:Yomiel.]]

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* GoMadFromTheIsolation: See the character page for [[spoiler:Yomiel.]]



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Yomiel.]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: See the character page for [[spoiler:Yomiel.]]



* ILetYouWin: [[spoiler:Yomiel]] admits that he knew about Sissel's interference but chose not to stop him. For some reason, this doesn't make saving [[spoiler:the superintendent or Cabanela]] from him any easier.
** That was specifically referring to [[spoiler:saving Lynne]]. He later elaborates on the general situation [[spoiler:by explaining that he doesn't have time control powers, meaning that he couldn't keep up with you]].

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* ILetYouWin: [[spoiler:Yomiel]] Kind of. One of the villains admits that he knew about Sissel's interference in his plan, but chose not to stop him. For some reason, this doesn't make saving [[spoiler:the superintendent or Cabanela]] from him any easier.
** That was specifically referring to [[spoiler:saving Lynne]]. He later elaborates on the general situation [[spoiler:by explaining that he doesn't have time control powers, meaning that
he couldn't keep up with you]].his ghost tricks, so he let Sissel protect Lynne et. al. throughout the game.



* MorphicResonance: [[spoiler:Yomiel]] constructs a mishmash body out of scrap metal. The 'head', however, is still pointy and wearing sunglasses.

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* MorphicResonance: MorphicResonance:
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[[spoiler:Yomiel]] constructs a mishmash body out of scrap metal. The 'head', however, is still pointy and wearing sunglasses.
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* DeadfootLeadfoot: Detective Rindge was driving to Chicken Kitchen while spying on the blue kindappers when he suddenly received an extreme feedback on his headphones, rendering him unconscious. The van he was driving kept accelerating, and crashed into the restaurant. The crash made the giant chicken decoration in the restaurant lose balance, and it fell on top of Lynne, killing her. It's ironic, because the one who put the bug on the kidnappers' food was an undercover policewoman from Lynne's precinct.

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* DeadfootLeadfoot: Detective Rindge was driving to Chicken Kitchen while spying on the blue kindappers when he suddenly received an extreme feedback on his headphones, rendering him unconscious. The van he was driving kept accelerating, and crashed into the restaurant. The crash made the giant chicken decoration in the restaurant lose balance, and it fell on top of Lynne, [[spoiler:Lynne, killing her. her]]. It's ironic, because the one who put the bug on the kidnappers' food was an undercover policewoman from Lynne's [[spoiler:Lynne]]'s precinct.



* DeadToBeginWith: Sissel. And Ray, who we first meet as a ghost possessing a lamp. And [[spoiler:Yomiel]].

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* DeadToBeginWith: Sissel. And The game starts with Sissel, the player character, stating that he died recently. He doesn't go to the afterlife, though: he can and will stick around the world of the living to investigate the circumstances of his death. Ray, who we the first meet as a ghost character Sissel meets, is dead too, and is currently possessing a desk lamp. And [[spoiler:Yomiel]].He will be the one who teaches Sissel the powers of the dead that will help him uncover the truth about himself.



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Two of Lynne's deaths are on account of this.]]

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Two HeroicSacrifice:
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of Lynne's [[spoiler:Lynne]]'s deaths are on account occured because she tried to get someone else out of this.]]the way of an imminent danger, namely a speeding van and debris falling from the ceiling.



* LampshadeHanging: When Sissel possesses his first object, he actually expresses his disbelief that he's essentially that object now.

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* LampshadeHanging: LampshadeHanging:
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When Sissel possesses his first object, he actually expresses his disbelief that he's essentially that object now.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Sissel via GhostAmnesia, of course.
** It's so bad he even forgot basic concepts, such as science, what a kidnapping is, and reading. [[spoiler:In the end, it turns out that he didn't remember his life because he was living as someone else the entire time. When he finally did realize who he was, he remembered everything, revealing that he didn't remember so many basic concepts because he was a cat.]]

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Sissel lost some memories about basic concepts via GhostAmnesia, of course.
** It's so bad he even forgot basic concepts,
such as science, what a kidnapping is, and reading. [[spoiler:In the end, it turns out that he didn't remember his life because he was living as someone else the entire time. When he finally did realize who he was, he remembered everything, revealing that he didn't remember so many basic concepts because he was a cat.]]



* MexicanStandoff: [[spoiler:Yomiel]] vs. Jowd, 10 years in the past.

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* MexicanStandoff: 10 years ago, [[spoiler:Yomiel]] vs. Jowd, 10 years in escaped police custody by grabbing an officer's gun, and a certain detective pursued him all the past.way to Temsik Park. The detective made a warning shot, and then [[spoiler:Yomiel]] took a kid hostage. Both men pointed at one another for some time until the Temsik meteorite landed on the park and took [[spoiler:Yomiel]]'s life, ending the struggle.
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* AlwaysClose: Completing some puzzles long before your time runs out still has you averting fate in this way despite the cause of death not arriving for another minute or so. The earliest this happens is [[spoiler:when you save Missile]]. Many other puzzles can only be solved in the final seconds "until death".
** It gets pretty ridiculous, considering that the way to prevent quite a few deaths is to wait until the absolute final ''milliseconds'' before a person's death, usually to [[spoiler:swap a bullet that's hanging in midair ''centimetres from the victim's face.'']] Fortunately, the player doesn't have to time these, as the game pauses automatically at the crucial moment.

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* AlwaysClose: Completing some puzzles long before your time runs out still has you averting fate in this way despite the cause of death not arriving for another minute or so. The earliest this happens is [[spoiler:when you save Missile]]. Many other puzzles can only be solved in the final seconds "until death".
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death". It gets pretty ridiculous, considering that the way to prevent quite a few deaths is to wait until the absolute final ''milliseconds'' before a person's death, usually to [[spoiler:swap a bullet that's hanging in midair ''centimetres from the victim's face.'']] Fortunately, the player doesn't have to time these, as the game pauses automatically at the crucial moment.



* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The "foreigners" are identifiable by their blue skin.
** Including [[spoiler: the blue medical examiner]], though you don't get confirmation until later in the game.
* AmbidextrousSprite: When Lynne's portrait is facing left, her badge is on the left side of her shirt. When she's facing right, it magically migrates to the right side. Emma also switches which hand she holds her glass in when she turns around.

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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The "foreigners" are identifiable by their blue skin.
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skin, including [[spoiler: the blue medical examiner]], though you don't get confirmation until later in the game.
* AmbidextrousSprite: AmbidextrousSprite:
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When Lynne's portrait is facing left, her badge is on the left side of her shirt. When she's facing right, it magically migrates to the right side. Emma also switches which hand she holds her glass in when she turns around.



* TheAtoner: [[spoiler:Yomiel]] becomes one of these after he gives up his quest for revenge.
** Many of the characters are these. Cabanela because his recklessness gave [[spoiler:Yomiel]] a gun, which he used to escape custody. Jowd because he forced [[spoiler:Yomiel into a corner, so he took Lynne hostage]]. And Kamila has a few shades of this since she built a device that ultimately [[spoiler:killed her mother.]]

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* TheAtoner: A handful of them:
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[[spoiler:Yomiel]] becomes one of these after he gives up his quest for revenge.
** Many of the characters are these. Cabanela does as well because his recklessness gave [[spoiler:Yomiel]] a gun, which he used to escape custody. custody.
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Jowd too because he forced [[spoiler:Yomiel into a corner, so he took Lynne hostage]]. hostage]].
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And last, but not least, Kamila has a few shades of this since she built a device that ultimately [[spoiler:killed ''[[spoiler:killed her own mother.]]]]''



* {{Cloudcuckooland}}: In some aspects, the country the blue people are from. In any case, they have rather odd applications of technology, like robot arms for feeding one GrapesOfLuxury, flipping tables that have phones and fruit on different sides, and [[spoiler:robotic manservants]].
** Even lampshaded by [[spoiler:Yomiel]], Jowd, and even Sith himself very early in the game.

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* {{Cloudcuckooland}}: In some aspects, the country the blue people are from. In any case, they have rather odd applications of technology, like robot arms for feeding one GrapesOfLuxury, flipping tables that have phones and fruit on different sides, and [[spoiler:robotic manservants]].
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manservants]]. Even lampshaded [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by [[spoiler:Yomiel]], Jowd, and even Sith himself very early in the game.



* DeadfootLeadfoot: The cause of Lynne's fourth death.

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* DeadfootLeadfoot: Detective Rindge was driving to Chicken Kitchen while spying on the blue kindappers when he suddenly received an extreme feedback on his headphones, rendering him unconscious. The cause van he was driving kept accelerating, and crashed into the restaurant. The crash made the giant chicken decoration in the restaurant lose balance, and it fell on top of Lynne, killing her. It's ironic, because the one who put the bug on the kidnappers' food was an undercover policewoman from Lynne's fourth death.precinct.



* GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Inspector Cabanela is initially presented as a ladder-climbing jerk]], but he only rose in the ranks so that he could monitor the Manipulator case. He also spends much of the game trying to keep Lynne safe and Jowd from being executed.

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* GoodAllAlong: GoodAllAlong:
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[[spoiler:Inspector Cabanela is initially presented as a ladder-climbing jerk]], but he only rose in the ranks so that he could monitor the Manipulator case. He also spends much of the game trying to keep Lynne safe and Jowd from being executed.



* {{Handwave}}: When Sissel asks Ray how ghosts can go back in time and that it doesn't even make any sense, Ray just replies: "We're talking about the powers of the dead, here. It doesn't have to make sense."
** Though, given how conversations between ghosts and the ghost world itself are out of time, it's not that much of a stretch to think they could go back to a previous moment. Later, it's explained that [[spoiler: the MagicMeteor that gives ghosts their powers also has time-related effects as well.]]

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* {{Handwave}}: When Sissel asks Ray how ghosts can go back in time and comments that it doesn't even make any sense, Ray just replies: "We're talking about the powers of the dead, here. It doesn't have to make sense."
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" Though, given how conversations between ghosts and the ghost world itself are out of time, it's not that much of a stretch to think they could go back to a previous moment. Later, it's explained that [[spoiler: the MagicMeteor that gives ghosts their powers also has time-related effects as well.]]



* HauntedFetter: One character, Ray, possessed a lamp. [[spoiler: Ray turns out to be an older version of Missile from ten years ago. Missile possessed the lamp so he could be there when Sissel died and thus coerce Sissel into saving not only the city but also everyone involved with Yomiel's case.]]

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* HauntedFetter: HauntedFetter:
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One character, Ray, possessed a lamp. [[spoiler: Ray turns out to be an older version of Missile from ten years ago. Missile possessed the lamp so he could be there when Sissel died and thus coerce Sissel into saving not only the city but also everyone involved with Yomiel's case.]]



* HeadphonesEqualIsolation: Kamila is wearing headphones in Chapter 2 when Missile gets shot. When Sissel rewinds time to save him, he is effectively told that once Kamila puts the headphones on the level will be unwinnable, as the goal is to make sure she and Missile are hidden before Tengo enters.

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* HeadphonesEqualIsolation: HeadphonesEqualIsolation:
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Kamila is wearing headphones in Chapter 2 when Missile gets shot. When Sissel rewinds time to save him, he is effectively told that once Kamila puts the headphones on the level will be unwinnable, as the goal is to make sure she and Missile are hidden before Tengo enters.



* HeKnowsTooMuch: Sith and [[spoiler:Yomiel]] have conspired to kill ''everyone'' who knows about the [[spoiler:Temsik meteor]].
** [[spoiler:Unfortunately for Yomiel, he and Sith have different ideas about the definition of [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness “everyone”]].]]

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* HeKnowsTooMuch: Sith and [[spoiler:Yomiel]] have conspired to kill ''everyone'' who knows about the [[spoiler:Temsik meteor]].
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meteor]]. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for Yomiel, he and Sith have different ideas about the definition of [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness “everyone”]].]]



* InsaneTrollLogic: Early on, Sissel discovers that the ghost of the recently deceased dog Missile has tagged along with him into the past to prevent his death. Missile doesn't bat an eye at such a feat, reasoning that if his master can walk on two feet and he can't, he shouldn't find it weird that Sissel can walk through time and he can't. The worst part? ''Sissel agrees with his line of reasoning.''
** [[spoiler:Somewhat {{justified}} when it turns out Sissel is actually also a four-legged creature like Missile, namely a cat.]]

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* InsaneTrollLogic: Early on, Sissel discovers that the ghost of the recently deceased dog Missile has tagged along with him into the past to prevent his death. Missile doesn't bat an eye at such a feat, reasoning that if his master can walk on two feet and he can't, he shouldn't find it weird that Sissel can walk through time and he can't. The worst part? ''Sissel agrees with his line of reasoning.''
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'' [[spoiler:Somewhat {{justified}} when it turns out Sissel is actually also a four-legged creature like Missile, namely a cat.]]
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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: When Sissel uses the powers of the dead, the world of the dead is red. When [[spoiler:Missile]] uses them, it's green, and when [[spoiler:Yomiel]] uses them, it's blue.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: ColorCodedForYourConvenience:
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When Sissel uses the powers of the dead, the world of the dead is red. When red; when [[spoiler:Missile]] uses them, it's green, green; and when [[spoiler:Yomiel]] uses them, it's blue.



* ContrivedCoincidence: [[spoiler:Anything involving the Temsik Meteorite... and Sissel's true death.]]
** The best example is when [[spoiler:Missile dies the second time]] because [[spoiler:he dies literally in ''just'' the right place]] for the plot to continue. Basically if that hadn't happened exactly where it did, everything would have hit a standstill and everyone would have been screwed.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: [[spoiler:Anything involving the Temsik Meteorite... and Sissel's true death.]]
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]] The best example is when [[spoiler:Missile dies the second time]] because [[spoiler:he dies literally in ''just'' the right place]] for the plot to continue. Basically if that hadn't happened exactly where it did, everything would have hit a standstill and everyone would have been screwed.



* CrueltyIsTheOnlyOption: Sissel is forced to do some pretty unfair things to a rat in Chapter 13. In fact, barring one case, you are pretty mean to rats in general. Then again, [[spoiler:Sissel ''is'' a cat]]...

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* CrueltyIsTheOnlyOption: CrueltyIsTheOnlyOption:
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Sissel is forced to do some pretty unfair things to a rat in Chapter 13. In fact, barring one case, you are pretty mean to rats in general. Then again, [[spoiler:Sissel ''is'' a cat]]...



* DeathAsComedy: People die so many times that even they can find their own deaths amusing if they're ludicrous enough. It helps that we know the deaths won't stick.
** The record holder in that game is Lynne, who dies a grand total of [[spoiler: five times]] (not counting preventable deaths or repeats), and in [[TheManyDeathsOfYou increasingly absurd ways]] each time[[hottip:*:(by shotgun, by sniper rifle, by Rube Goldberg device, by giant roast chicken, and by explosion in a submarine)]]. At one point Sissel suspects that she's doing it on purpose.

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* DeathAsComedy: People die so many times that even they can find their own deaths amusing if they're ludicrous enough. It helps that we know the deaths won't stick.
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stick. The record holder in that game is Lynne, who dies a grand total of [[spoiler: five times]] (not counting preventable deaths or repeats), and in [[TheManyDeathsOfYou increasingly absurd ways]] each time[[hottip:*:(by shotgun, by sniper rifle, by Rube Goldberg device, by giant roast chicken, and by explosion in a submarine)]]. At one point Sissel suspects that she's doing it on purpose.



* DisproportionateRetribution: While the assassins may deserve what they get, it may seem excessive that the hard-nosed (if AffablyEvil) kidnappers are [[spoiler:blown up and Yomiel gets 10 years for escaping police custody]] after being falsely accused.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: DisproportionateRetribution:
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While the assassins may deserve what they get, it may seem excessive that the hard-nosed (if AffablyEvil) kidnappers are [[spoiler:blown up and Yomiel gets 10 years for escaping police custody]] after being falsely accused.



* DivingSave: Lynne shoves a waitress out of the path of a speeding van. Later, Cabanela does this in an attempt to save [[spoiler:Pigeon Man]] from getting blown up by TNT.
** Cabanela's into this, as he attempts to stop Lynne's second death the same way, but he notices the sniper too late.

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* DivingSave: DivingSave:
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Lynne shoves a waitress out of the path of a speeding van. Later, van.
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Cabanela does this in an attempt to save [[spoiler:Pigeon Man]] from getting blown up by TNT.
** Cabanela's into this, as he attempts
tries to stop Lynne's second death the same way, but he notices the sniper too late.late. Later, he does this again in an attempt to save [[spoiler:Pigeon Man]] from getting blown up by TNT.



* DoesNotLikeShoes: The Police Chief, of all people. Apparently he has itchy toes.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: DoesNotLikeShoes:
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The Police Chief, of all people. Apparently he has itchy toes.



* EveryoneIsRelated: Jowd believes that he, Lynne, and Sissel all met [[spoiler:10 years ago when the meteor landed in the park]]. He's more right than he knows: The man [[spoiler:he ''thinks'' is Sissel was actually Yomiel]], but Sissel was indeed present -- [[spoiler:as a stray kitten]].
** As the game progresses, it's eventually shown that almost everyone is connected - a fact that the game [[LampshadeHanging points out]].

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* EveryoneIsRelated: Jowd believes that he, Lynne, and Sissel all met [[spoiler:10 years ago when the meteor landed in the park]]. He's more right than he knows: The the man [[spoiler:he ''thinks'' is Sissel was actually Yomiel]], but Sissel was indeed present -- [[spoiler:as a stray kitten]].
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kitten]]. As the game progresses, it's eventually shown that almost everyone is connected - a fact that the game [[LampshadeHanging points out]].



* FourIsDeath: Sissel can rewind time to four minutes before a death he's trying to prevent. [[spoiler:As can Missile, but ''not'' Yomiel. The latter admits that he would prevent Sissel from dying if he could—and by "Sissel", he means both the cat and his fiancée.]]

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* FourIsDeath: FourIsDeath:
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Sissel can rewind time to four minutes before a death he's trying to prevent. [[spoiler:As can Missile, but ''not'' Yomiel. The latter admits that he would prevent Sissel from dying if he could—and by "Sissel", he means both the cat and his fiancée.]]



* GambitPileup: The entire reason for the plot.

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* GambitPileup: The entire reason for the plot.plot:



* GhostlyGoals: You play as Sissel, who has recently died; his goal is to find out how he died and why. [[spoiler: The form he takes is actually Yomiel's body, and Yomiel himself has a goal of getting revenge on the people who he blames for his death. Sissel turns out to be a cat who was Yomiel's only friend during the ten years following Yomiel's death; Sissel couldn't remember who he was or how he died because he had taken Yomiel's form instead of his own.]]

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* GhostlyGoals: GhostlyGoals:
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You play as Sissel, who has recently died; his goal is to find out how he died and why. [[spoiler: The form he takes is actually Yomiel's body, and Yomiel himself has a goal of getting revenge on the people who he blames for his death. Sissel turns out to be a cat who was Yomiel's only friend during the ten years following Yomiel's death; Sissel couldn't remember who he was or how he died because he had taken Yomiel's form instead of his own.]]
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* BadassLongcoat: Inspector Cabanela has a pure white trenchcoat that signifies his spotless record. [[spoiler: And there's the awesome moment later in the game is when Detective Jowd re-dons his own trenchcoat, symbolizing his transition from fatalistic DeathSeeker to proactively pursuing the manipulator.]]

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* BadassLongcoat: Inspector Cabanela has a pure white trenchcoat that signifies his spotless record. [[spoiler: And there's the awesome moment later in the game is when Detective Jowd re-dons his own trenchcoat, symbolizing his transition from fatalistic DeathSeeker to proactively pursuing the manipulator.]]]] Lynne also wears an awesome yellow longcoat, presumably to look like her idol, Detective Jowd.



* BeAsUnhelpfulAsPossible: Jowd, when Sissel tries to erase his death. Granted, the guy ''[[DeathSeeker wanted]]'' to die, but he doesn't have to be such a [[DeadpanSnarker smartass]] about it.

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* BeAsUnhelpfulAsPossible: BeAsUnhelpfulAsPossible:
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Jowd, when Sissel tries to erase his death. Granted, the guy ''[[DeathSeeker wanted]]'' to die, but he doesn't have to be such a [[DeadpanSnarker smartass]] about it.



* BookEnds: Sissel trying to hurl his body around the junkyard, with no results. [[spoiler:Yomiel]] tries it in the climax, and succeeds.

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* BookEnds: BookEnds:
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Sissel trying to hurl his body around the junkyard, with no results. [[spoiler:Yomiel]] tries it in the climax, and succeeds.



* ChekhovsGun: The music box is the most obvious example. However, several "minor" things you see and run into near the beginning take on much more significant meaning as more is revealed. Particularly the [[RubeGoldbergDevice Robinson-Goldberg device]], Sissel's bag, and "the rock of the gods".

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* ChekhovsGun: ChekhovsGun:
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The music box is the most obvious example. However, several "minor" things you see and run into near the beginning take on much more significant meaning as more is revealed. Particularly the [[RubeGoldbergDevice Robinson-Goldberg device]], Sissel's bag, and "the rock of the gods".



* ChekhovsGunman: In the order you first see them: Ray, the [[spoiler:black cat]] (which gets vignetted in Chapter 1, but is not commented on), and Pigeon Man.
** And {{parodied|Trope}}, with [[spoiler:Yomiel]] revealing that armed government agents constantly patrol Temsik Park. Sissel flashes back to the "Guardian of the Park".

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* ChekhovsGunman: In the order you first see them: Ray, the [[spoiler:black cat]] (which gets vignetted in Chapter 1, but is not commented on), and Pigeon Man.
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Man. And {{parodied|Trope}}, with [[spoiler:Yomiel]] revealing that armed government agents constantly patrol Temsik Park. Sissel flashes back to the "Guardian of the Park".
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* DudeMagnet: Lynne, and how!

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* DudeMagnet: Lynne, Lynne is considered to be very pretty by many characters in this game. Ray and how!many policemen directly comment on this. In fact, one of the latter falls in LoveAtFirstSight with her, and greatly laments one of her deaths. Seems like Lynne is aware of her beauty, as proved by her speech after the guardian of the park stares at her after being revived. It also might have been a joke, though, considering her less than serious nature:
-->'''Lynne''': He's mesmerized by my beauty.
:: :Sissel, though, seems to be unattracted to her. It makes sense when you complete the game, actually, as [[spoiler:Sissel is a cat]].
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* NoNameGiven: All minor characters are just given descriptive nicknames. These include Guardian of the park, Feverish Firecracker, even the villain is only known as Eyebrowed Villain. The only exception to the rule is Near Sighted Jeego and One Step Ahead Tengo, minor hitmen who try to kill one of the main characters.

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* NoNameGiven: All minor characters are just given descriptive nicknames. These include To name a couple, there's the Guardian of the park, park and Feverish Firecracker, even the villain is only known as Eyebrowed Villain. Firecracker. The only exception exceptions to the rule is are three men: Near Sighted Jeego and Jeego, One Step Ahead Tengo, Tengo (two minor hitmen who try to kill one of the main characters.characters) and their boss, Commander Sith.
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* SanDimasTime: Every time Sissel rewinds time, when he returns to the present, it's always later than when he left (e.g. 7:02, 7:21). This doesn't make any sense because Sissel doesn't travel X amount of time to the past, but specifically to the point 4 minutes before someone's death, so there's nothing stopping him from returning to the exact moment he left the present. Heck, [[FridgeLogic he could even stay in the past following someone else's fate aversion.]]
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* {{Beat}}: In Chapter 15, one puzzle requires you to [[spoiler: swap a bullet in with a wool hat ''after it's fired'']]. After you perform the required action and unstop time, the game lets the scene hang there for a moment, so you can realize the implications of what you just did. If you [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoH2kN-8B0c did the puzzle wrong]] and [[spoiler: swapped in a ''metal hard hat'']] instead, the feeling of "that was clearly not the correct action" is very effective.

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* {{Beat}}: In Chapter 15, one puzzle requires you to [[spoiler: swap a bullet in with a wool hat ''after it's fired'']]. After you perform the required action and unstop time, the game lets the scene hang there for a moment, so you can realize the implications of what you just did. If you [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoH2kN-8B0c com/watch?v=pHEfWsrUbLE did the puzzle wrong]] and [[spoiler: swapped in a ''metal hard hat'']] instead, the feeling of "that was clearly not the correct action" is very effective.
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