History VideoGame / ShadowTheHedgehog

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* AvoidTheDreadedGRating: The word "damn" is constantly peppered through the dialogue. Shadow says it ''every time he gets hit'' or dies.

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* AvoidTheDreadedGRating: The word "damn" is constantly peppered through the dialogue. Shadow says it ''every ''almost every time he gets hit'' hit'', or dies.whenever he falls into a deathpit.
-->'''Shadow''': Damn! ''Not here!''
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* EleventhHourSuperpower: Super Shadow.
9th Sep '17 6:30:16 PM Nintendoman01
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* BloodKnight: After clearing Lethal Highway, Black Doom summons Black Bull to kill both Sonic and Shadow. Sonic's response to seeing the massive, fire-breathing alien dragon thing?
-->'''Sonic''': Woohoo! Now we're talkin'! Bring it on!
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Playing on Expert Mode changes your allies' DialogDuringGameplay so they encourage him not to get tired, keep stock of extra lives, and head to the Goal Ring no matter what.
3rd Aug '17 8:04:41 PM Luigifan
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* AlignmentBasedEndings: For actual ''endings'', there are 10 alignment-based endings, and 1 "true" ending unlocked for completing all of them.

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* AlignmentBasedEndings: For actual ''endings'', there are 10 alignment-based endings, and [[OmegaEnding 1 "true" ending ending]] unlocked for completing all of them.



* AmnesiacDissonance: An odd case is the Slightly Hero - Hero Ending where Shadow realizes that he was a failed experiment who has caused so much destruction and wishes that he was never created.

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* AmnesiacDissonance: An odd case is the Slightly Hero - Hero Ending Ending, where Shadow realizes that he was a failed experiment who has caused so much destruction and wishes that he was never created.



** In the trailers there are a few very well animated cutscenes. Obviously this is from a time when cutscenes were considerably better animated than the game. But then you play the game and realise that despite the many, MANY cutscenes in the game, these are the ONLY cutscenes with high animation; the rest are animated with the more blocky, cheaper in-game models - despite two of them taking place mid-game.

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** In the trailers trailers, there are a few very well animated well-animated cutscenes. Obviously Obviously, this is from a time when cutscenes were considerably better animated than the game. But then you play the game and realise that despite the many, MANY cutscenes in the game, these are the ONLY cutscenes with high animation; the rest are animated with the more blocky, cheaper in-game models - -- despite two of them taking place mid-game.



* AntiFrustrationFeatures: When Shadow uses Chaos Control to travel through a stage, it usually runs on the meter and ends when the meter runs out. ([[GuideDangIt or when you press the Chaos Control button again, if you need to stop or want to preserve some of the meter for the infinite ammo.]]) If the meter runs out over a pit or in a dangerous location, however, the Chaos Control will keep running until Shadow reaches a stable platform. Some of the best shortcuts in the game revolve around abusing this feature and if you time things correctly and move quickly, [[GameBreaker the last quarter of Space Gadget can be circumvented entirely, due to it being nothing but a network of rails and gravity switches, netting you an easy A-rank on the Hero mission if you managed to get up to that point relatively quickly.]] Don't try abusing this, however. [[NoFairCheating Trying to blatantly circumvent certain sections, such as sections using mounts, will result in Chaos Control either being disabled outright or taking you the distance that the meter would cover and dumping you off in the pit.]]

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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: When Shadow uses Chaos Control to travel through a stage, it usually runs on the meter and ends when the meter runs out. out ([[GuideDangIt or when you press the Chaos Control button again, if you need to stop or want to preserve some of the meter for the infinite ammo.]]) ammo]]). If the meter runs out over a pit or in a dangerous location, however, the Chaos Control will keep running until Shadow reaches a stable platform. Some of the best shortcuts in the game revolve around abusing this feature and feature; for instance, if you time things correctly and move quickly, [[GameBreaker the last quarter of Space Gadget can be circumvented entirely, due to it being nothing but a network of rails and gravity switches, netting you an easy A-rank on the Hero mission if you managed to get up to that point relatively quickly.]] Don't try abusing this, however. [[NoFairCheating Trying to blatantly circumvent certain sections, such as sections using mounts, will result in Chaos Control either being disabled outright or taking you the distance that the meter would cover and dumping you off in the pit.]]



** The Chaos Control ability is supposed to be the "good" ability, obtained from killing evil characters, and it allows Shadow to skip part of a level. Problem is, because all but a few of the "good" missions are based on finding stuff and not getting to the end, and because many of these things can only be found in out-of-the-way areas, Chaos Control is next to useless on the alignment it's associated with. It's only useful on neutral missions and the handful of good missions, which involve simply getting to the end.

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** The Chaos Control ability is supposed to be the "good" ability, obtained from killing evil characters, and it allows Shadow to skip part of a level. Problem is, because all but a few of the "good" missions are based on finding stuff and not getting to the end, and because many of these things can only be found in out-of-the-way areas, Chaos Control is next to useless on the alignment it's associated with. It's only useful on neutral missions and the handful of good missions, missions which involve simply getting to the end.



* BatmanGambit: Black Doom's ''entire'' plan for collecting the 7 Chaos Emeralds. He takes advantage of Shadow's amnesia and desire to learn about his past, and claims to have knowledge about all that Shadow doesn't know about - he will only share this information if Shadow retrieves the Chaos Emeralds for him. The entire scheme revolves around Black Doom expecting Shadow to collect the Emeralds, under the assumption that the hedgehog couldn't possibly resist the chance to learn the truth. This can either go really badly for Black Doom, or work out perfectly. You decide.

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* BatmanGambit: Black Doom's ''entire'' plan for collecting the 7 Chaos Emeralds. He takes advantage of Shadow's amnesia and desire to learn about his past, and claims to have knowledge about all that Shadow doesn't know about - -- he will only share this information if Shadow retrieves the Chaos Emeralds for him. The entire scheme revolves around Black Doom expecting Shadow to collect the Emeralds, under the assumption that the hedgehog couldn't possibly resist the chance to learn the truth. This can either go really badly for Black Doom, or work out perfectly. You decide.



* BigBadEnsemble: Dr. Eggman and Black Doom. By the end of the game it's clear that Black Doom is the real BigBad, though.

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* BigBadEnsemble: Dr. Eggman and Black Doom. By the end of the game game, it's clear that Black Doom is the real BigBad, though.



* BlackScreenOfDeath: On all but one of the Shadow vs. Eggman endings, it's implied that [[spoiler:Shadow killed Eggman. [[FridgeLogic or did he?]]]]

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* BlackScreenOfDeath: On all but one of the Shadow vs. Eggman endings, it's implied that [[spoiler:Shadow killed Eggman. [[FridgeLogic or Or did he?]]]]



* BonusFeatureFailure: Each level has keys that you can use to unlock secret doors. Some of the items are useful, including The Last Way teleporter that sends you ahead in the level (past the area where you must Chaos Control to get past). But most are completely useless, including the armored car in Lost Impact...in a cramped space station filled with areas you must spin dash under or use rail cars to get to. Helpful!

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* BonusFeatureFailure: Each level has keys that you can use to unlock secret doors. Some of the items are useful, including The Last Way teleporter that sends you ahead in the level (past the area where you must Chaos Control to get past). But most are completely useless, including the armored car in Lost Impact... in a cramped space station filled with areas you must spin dash under or use rail cars to get to. Helpful!



* CallBack: Several areas return from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2''

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* CallBack: Several areas return from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2''''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'':



* CharacterDevelopment: The entire game is basically one big character study for Shadow - all of his actions drive the story and we can watch as Shadow goes through CharacterDevelopment; his troubled, questioning mind and quest to learn the truth about his past are given extensive scrutiny. It's in this game that the loose ends in Shadow's past are dealt with and he declares that he's put his past behind him. Indeed, he would lose pretty much all of his {{Wangst}} in the next games he would appear in, even having his share of [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments]] in ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Sonic 2006]]''.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Shadow in the previous games is a bit moody and serious while having some cockiness to him. This game takes away the cocky aspect of his character and made him more serious and cynical. He regains his disdain for humans for some reason, he has a rebellious attitude ("No one tells me what to do!"), and he's annoyed with Sonic's presence unlike in ''Heroes'' where he seems to be fond of fighting against him.
* ChekhovsBoomerang: Two from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' in this game's Last Story. [[spoiler:The Chaos Spear, which Shadow only used when you fought him as Sonic, is Super Shadow's method of attacking Devil Doom. The second is the Eclipse Cannon, which was made for the purpose of destroying the Black Comet. It actually fills in a plot hole too; it's hard to believe that Gerald converted an entire space colony into a cannon by himself, but it makes much more sense that it was already a cannon in preparation for the Black Comet and he simply put in new coordinates.]]

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* CharacterDevelopment: The entire game is basically one big character study for Shadow - -- all of his actions drive the story and we can watch as Shadow goes through CharacterDevelopment; his troubled, questioning mind and quest to learn the truth about his past are given extensive scrutiny. It's in this game that the loose ends in Shadow's past are dealt with and he declares that he's put his past behind him. Indeed, he would lose pretty much all of his {{Wangst}} in the next games he would appear in, even having his share of [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments]] in ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Sonic 2006]]''.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Shadow in the previous games is a bit moody and serious while having some cockiness to him. This game takes away the cocky aspect of his character and made him more serious and cynical. He regains his disdain for humans for some reason, he has a rebellious attitude ("No one tells me what to do!"), and he's annoyed with Sonic's presence presence, unlike in ''Heroes'' where he seems to be fond of fighting against him.
* ChekhovsBoomerang: Two from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' in this game's Last Story. [[spoiler:The Chaos Spear, which Shadow only used when you fought him as Sonic, is Super Shadow's method of attacking Devil Doom. The second is the Eclipse Cannon, which was made for the purpose of destroying the Black Comet. It actually fills in a plot hole hole, too; it's hard to believe that Gerald converted an entire space colony into a cannon by himself, but it makes much more sense that it was already a cannon in preparation for the Black Comet and he simply put in new coordinates.]]



* CopyAndPasteEnvironments: A lot of themes are shared between at least two levels, to the point where they even share a lot of the same geography. Examples include the "city" levels (Westopolis and Central City), the "cyberspace" levels (Digital Highway and Mad Matrix), the "temple" levels (Glyphic Canyon and Sky Troops), the "inside the ARK" levels (The Doom and Lost Colony), the "outside the ARK" levels (The ARK, Space Gadget, and Cosmic Fall), and the "Black Comet" levels (Black Comet, Final Haunt, and The Last Way).



* EleventhHourRanger: Notably, only Sonic, Vector, and Omega can assist Shadow in his various endings.

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* EleventhHourRanger: Notably, only Sonic, Vector, and Omega can assist Shadow in his various endings. (Rouge and Knuckles can help him during boss fights, but they won't show up in the corresponding cutscenes.)



* {{Flanderization}}: Shadow did partake in some minor brooding in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', but that wasn't a primary character trait. However, in his game, Shadow would never stop brooding and pondering about his past. However, once he learns about his past, that apparently satisfied his ponderings and relaxed into a characterization close to his original portrayal.
* FreudianExcuse: The GUN Commander, arguably, [[spoiler:going by his relationship with Maria.]]

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* {{Flanderization}}: Shadow did partake in some minor brooding in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', but that wasn't a primary character trait. However, in his game, Shadow would never stop brooding and pondering about his past. However, once he learns about his past, that apparently satisfied his ponderings and he relaxed into a characterization close closer to his original portrayal.
* FreudianExcuse: The GUN Commander, arguably, [[spoiler:going by his relationship with Maria.]]Maria]].



* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: The GUN soldiers will try to kill Shadow in every stage except for Metropolis, since the Commander hasn't learnt Shadow is alive at that point and thus hasn't given out the order yet.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: If you have a dark/hero side character following you, they will obviously get mad if you attack soldiers that are on their side, however [[ViolenceIsTheOnlyOption sometimes you are forced to do so in order to proceed in the mission.]] Also, ALL enemies will attack you on any level, regardless of who's side Shadow's on.
* GangUpOnTheHuman: The Black Arms have invaded and human soldiers are apparently trying to fight them off. And the aliens you would be expecting to be killing off the soldiers. Except they don't; all they do is gang up and fire rapidly at YOU, even when you're on their team. Justified in that GUN has orders to bring him in dead or alive. And in the only stage before they get those orders, they actually DO ignore Shadow. Black Doom, however, given he is trying to get Shadow on his side, has no such excuse.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: The GUN soldiers will try to kill Shadow in every stage except for Metropolis, since Metropolis (since the Commander hasn't learnt Shadow is alive at that point and thus hasn't given out the order yet.
yet) and Lost Impact (which is a flashback taking place before the GUN raid on the ARK).
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: If you have a dark/hero side character following you, they will obviously get mad if you attack soldiers that are on their side, however side; however, [[ViolenceIsTheOnlyOption sometimes you are forced to do so in order to proceed in the mission.]] Also, ALL enemies will attack you on any level, regardless of who's whose side Shadow's on.
* GangUpOnTheHuman: The Black Arms have invaded and human soldiers are apparently trying to fight them off. And the aliens you would be expecting to be killing off the soldiers. Except they don't; all they do is gang up and fire rapidly at YOU, even when you're on their team. Justified in that GUN has orders to bring him Shadow in dead or alive. And in the only stage before they get those orders, they actually DO ignore Shadow. Black Doom, however, given he is trying to get Shadow on his side, has no such excuse.



* HeelRealization: In the true ending, the GUN Commander realizes what a douchebag/KnightTemplar he's been and that Shadow wasn't nearly as responsible for the ARK disaster as he thought.

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* HeelRealization: In the true ending, the GUN Commander realizes what a douchebag/KnightTemplar [[{{Jerkass}} douchebag]][=/=]KnightTemplar he's been and that Shadow wasn't nearly as responsible for the ARK disaster as he thought.



--> "I'm Shadow the Hedgehog. An experiment gone deadly wrong! I've caused so much destruction... I should never have been created... This is who i am..."

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--> "I'm Shadow the Hedgehog. An experiment gone deadly wrong! I've caused so much destruction... I should never have been created... This is who i I am..."



** InfinityPlusOneSword: The Shadow Rifle does A TON of damage to the point where it can kill every normal enemy in the game, except Artificial Chaos, with [[OneHitKill a single shot.]]

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** InfinityPlusOneSword: The Shadow Rifle does A TON of damage to the point where it can kill every normal enemy in the game, except Artificial Chaos, with [[OneHitKill a single shot.]]]] This also makes it great in Lethal Highway, Air Fleet, and Iron Jungle for dealing with the fleeing vehicles.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Shadow. Is ruthless in achieving his goals, act callous and is apathetic to (most) things that are going on in the world. However, He tries to stay on the side of justice, while still focusing on getting answers to his past. He also blames himself for Maria's death and views the humans as terrible beings for what they did, saved Sonic earlier on despite his annoyance of his presence, and was ready to go against Black Doom after realising that he wanted to use the chaos emeralds to destroy the planet. This is best shown in the Slightly Hero ending, where Shadow got completely wrecked after finding out that the world views him a nightmare, going so far as regretting his own existance.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Shadow. Is ruthless in achieving his goals, act callous acts callous, and is apathetic to (most) things that are going on in the world. However, He he tries to stay on the side of justice, while still focusing on getting answers to his past. He also blames himself for Maria's death and views the humans as terrible beings for what they did, saved Sonic earlier on despite his annoyance of his presence, and was ready to go against Black Doom after realising that he wanted to use the chaos emeralds Chaos Emeralds to destroy the planet. This is best shown in the Slightly Hero ending, where Shadow got completely wrecked after finding out that the world views him as a nightmare, going so far as regretting his own existance.



** He also says, "Well, Shadow, it looks like we've reached the climax of this little game. Time to make the big boss man responsible for this invasion step up and play." at the beginning of Final Haunt, one of the potential final levels.

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** He also says, "Well, Shadow, it looks like we've reached the climax of this little game. Time to make [[BigBad the big boss man man]] responsible for this invasion step up and play." at the beginning of Final Haunt, one of the potential final levels.



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: [[DoomyDoomsofDoom Black Doom]].

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: [[DoomyDoomsofDoom Black Doom]].Doom.]]



* PercussiveMaintenance: Shadow's preferred method of computer hacking, as demonstrated to the Chaotix at the beginning of one mission. [[BrickJoke Charmy takes it to heart during the True Ending]].

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* PercussiveMaintenance: Shadow's preferred method of computer hacking, as demonstrated to the Chaotix at the beginning of one mission. [[BrickJoke Charmy takes it to heart during the True Ending]].Last Story.]]



* RecurringBoss: Black Bull, faced after the Hero Stage 2 and True Hero Stage 4. Egg Breaker, faced after the Dark Stage 3, Neutral/Hero Stage 4, and True Neutral Stage 5. (Note that it's impossible to get to the first two appearances in a single playthrough, but possible to get either of them and the third). To a lesser extent, Heavy Dog (faced after Neutral-Dark Stage 4) and Blue Falcon (faced after True Dark Stage 5) are essentially the same boss, as well, only time-shifted 50 years because Neutral-Dark Stage 4 is a flashback level. You're probably more likely to see one of these bosses twice in a playthrough than to see all three of them in the same playthrough. [[note]]It is possible to see all three in the same playthrough by starting off with a Hero Mission, then doing two Dark missions and then another Hero Mission. This will take you to Hero Stage 2, Neutral-Dark Stage 4, and True Neutral Stage 5.[[/note]]

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* RecurringBoss: Black Bull, faced after the Hero Stage 2 and True Hero Stage 4. Egg Breaker, faced after the Dark Stage 3, Neutral/Hero Stage 4, and True Neutral Stage 5. (Note that it's impossible to get to both of the first two appearances in a single playthrough, but possible to get either of them and the third). third.) To a lesser extent, Heavy Dog (faced after Neutral-Dark Stage 4) and Blue Falcon (faced after True Dark Stage 5) are essentially the same boss, as well, only time-shifted 50 years because Neutral-Dark Stage 4 is a flashback level. You're probably more likely to see one of these bosses twice in a playthrough than to see all three of them in the same playthrough. [[note]]It is possible to see all three in the same playthrough by starting off with a Hero Mission, then doing two Dark missions and then another Hero Mission. This will take you to Hero Stage 2, Neutral-Dark Stage 4, and True Neutral Stage 5.[[/note]]



* RuleOfThree: Three missions in most levels, three scores, three Final Bosses (albeit in branching storylines), and of course a three-way war.

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* RuleOfThree: Three missions in most levels, three scores, three Final Bosses {{Final Boss}}es (albeit in branching storylines), and of course [[MeleeATrois a three-way war.war]].



* ShadesOfConflict: Black vs. White vs. Gray - Shadow is very much "gray", and it's up to the player to decide whether to take him down the white path, the black path, or leave him gray.
* ShipTease: At the end of the golden ending, Amy is practically swooning as she watches Shadow's victory and what she says afterward imply that she at least holds a pretty high level of admiration for him.

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* ShadesOfConflict: Black vs. White vs. Gray - -- Shadow is very much "gray", and it's up to the player to decide whether to take him down the white path, the black path, or leave him gray.
* ShipTease: At the end of the golden ending, Amy is practically swooning as she watches Shadow's victory and what she says afterward imply implies that she at least holds a pretty high level of admiration for him.



** Rouge gets in on this too. If you do Dark Westoplis then Hero Digital Circuit, then do all the hero missions after that, that pathway is called "For Love's Sake". If you do the normal Prison Island mission after Dark Westoplis and Hero Digital Circuit then the rest of the Hero missions, it's called "ThePowerOfLove". Granted, there is one normal mission in this one, but Shadow doesn't go dark after Rouge's influence either.

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** Rouge gets in on this too. If you do Dark Westoplis then Hero Digital Circuit, then do all the hero missions after that, that pathway is called "For Love's Sake". If you do the normal Prison Island mission after Dark Westoplis and Hero Digital Circuit Circuit, then the rest of the Hero missions, it's called "ThePowerOfLove". Granted, there is one normal mission in this one, but Shadow doesn't go dark after Rouge's influence either.



** In the Dark path, [[spoiler:the Black Arms uses the Eclipse Cannon to destroy the ''Sonic'' universe's equivalent of the White House, similar to the famous scene from ''Film/IndependenceDay''.]]
* SlaveMooks: The Shadow Androids, physically identical replicas of the original Shadow the Hedgehog. In the Neutral endings, [[spoiler: Shadow becomes convinced he's one of them that somehow went rogue]].
* TheSouthpaw: Shadow handles his weapons in a left-handed manner. In official art of the cover and with that wonderful chopper, he handles his gun with his left hand, and if you know what to look for you'll see that he leads with his left in his body-language too.

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** In the Dark path, [[spoiler:the Black Arms uses the Eclipse Cannon to destroy the ''Sonic'' universe's equivalent of the White House, similar to the famous scene from ''Film/IndependenceDay''.]]
''Film/IndependenceDay'']].
* SlaveMooks: The Shadow Androids, physically identical replicas of the original Shadow the Hedgehog. In the Neutral endings, [[spoiler: Shadow [[spoiler:Shadow becomes convinced he's one of them that somehow went rogue]].
* TheSouthpaw: Shadow handles his weapons in a left-handed manner. In official art of the cover and with that wonderful chopper, he handles his gun with his left hand, and if you know what to look for for, you'll see that he leads with his left in his body-language too.



* TheStarscream: The Pure Dark - Hero Ending has [[spoiler:Shadow defeating Black Doom so that he can conquer the universe for himself.]]

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* TheStarscream: The Pure Dark - Hero Ending has [[spoiler:Shadow defeating Black Doom so that he can conquer the universe for himself.]]himself]].



* ToServeMan: Between this game and the Archie adaptation it seems the Black Arms race with their Black Comet treats other planets like drive-thru restaurants.

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* ToServeMan: Between this game and the Archie adaptation adaptation, it seems the Black Arms race with their Black Comet treats other planets like drive-thru restaurants.



* VitriolicBestBuds: Sonic and Shadow's have this kind of interaction. Sonic treats Shadow as a friend, but Shadow would rather continue in his mission to regain his memories than put up with his friendly and adventurous nature. This dialogue in one scene before the ARK stages tells the story:

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* VitriolicBestBuds: Sonic and Shadow's Shadow have this kind of interaction. Sonic treats Shadow as a friend, but Shadow would rather continue in his mission to regain his memories than put up with his friendly and adventurous nature. This dialogue in one scene before the ARK stages tells the story:



** If you [[RivalTurnedEvil side with Black Doom]] in the last level (Final Haunt), Sonic drops his friendly attitude and proceeds to oppose you along with Diablon. The same goes for the other final stages in the dark path such as G.U.N. Fortress and The Black Comet.

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** If you [[RivalTurnedEvil side with Black Doom]] in the last level (Final Haunt), Sonic drops his friendly attitude and proceeds to oppose you along with Diablon. The same goes for the other final stages in the dark path path, such as G.U.N. Fortress and The Black Comet.



* YourMindMakesItReal: "The Doom" and "Lost Impact" take place as flashbacks but Shadow can still manipulate his morality during these events.

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* YourMindMakesItReal: "The Doom" and "Lost Impact" take place as flashbacks flashbacks, but Shadow can still manipulate his morality during these events.
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* CopyAndPasteEnvironments: A lot of themes are shared between at least two levels, to the point where they even share a lot of the same geography. Examples include the "city" levels (Westopolis and Central City), the "cyberspace" levels (Digital Highway and Mad Matrix), the "temple" levels (Glyphic Canyon and Sky Troops), the "inside the ARK" levels (The Doom and Lost Colony), the "outside the ARK" levels (The ARK, Space Gadget, and Cosmic Fall), and the "Black Comet" levels (Black Comet, Final Haunt, and The Last Way).
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* NostalgiaLevel: Space Gadget, which appears to be a [[MotifMerger mixture]] of Final Rush (taking place primarily outside of the Ark), and Crazy Gadget (the gravity gimmick), and Final Chase (the pillars Shadow has to move up).
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* TakeOverTheWorld: Shadow reveals this motivation in the Pure Dark - Hero Ending.

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* TakeOverTheWorld: Shadow [[spoiler:Shadow reveals this motivation in the Pure Dark - Hero Ending.]]
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* TheStarscream: The Pure Dark - Hero Ending has Shadow defeating Black Doom so that he can conquer the universe for himself.

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* TheStarscream: The Pure Dark - Hero Ending has Shadow [[spoiler:Shadow defeating Black Doom so that he can conquer the universe for himself.]]
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!!The game provides examples of:

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!!The !!This game provides examples of:
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