* AwesomeMusic: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dxi2YfmJfkQ Red]], the credits theme song.
** In addition, [[spoiler:it's the theme for Ananzi's death at the hands of her own father.]]
* CompleteMonster: Prince Janos of the Other World is an aspiring EvilOverlord who desires nothing but total domination over others. He launches gruesome wars of conquest against the peaceful wishes of his father the king, then [[TheEvilPrince kills him to usurp his throne]] and absorb the powers of his heart. When the guardian spirit [[HeroAntagonist Final]] steals the heart to protect it from Janos, he [[FrameUp frames Final for the murder]] and [[ManipulativeBastard manipulates his daughter Ananzi]] to earn her place as his lieutenant by destroying Final for him. When Ananzi discovers the truth after weakening Final, Janos [[OffingTheOffspring kills her without remorse]] before destroying Final and [[TheBadGuyWins acquiring ultimate power]].
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Peketo, he's one of the most popular characters of the game.
** And to a lesser extent, Noroko.
* NauseaFuel: The Prison stage. Whats ''is'' that thing walking beneath the grated floor anyway?!?
* NightmareFuel
** Noroko is a great source of this. She usually has no face, but randomly, in her idle pose, she acquires two sunken pits for eyes and a mouth, and emits a horrible screech. One of her moves involves faking a cry and, if the opponent hits her in this state, she'll turn all red and scream loud as hell, sending the opponent flying. The "Soul Punishment" special involves her playing volleyball with the opponent's soul. The final hit, after an instant of complete silence and stillness, will sometimes flash, very quickly, some creepy image, like her doll covered in blood, or a close-up of an eye, followed by (you guessed it) a scream. And if the opponent dies with that final hit, the soul doesn't bounce back to the body, like it normally would; it is ''[[{{FateWorseThanDeath}} destroyed.]]''
*** And then, you have her fatal move. Remember her "fake cry" move from above ? The same, but from the point of view of the victim.