Pinball Protagonist: Goes through the whole game apparently never questioning what he's doing and is played like a fiddle by the Janitors through the whole game. Richard even tells him just before his Roaring Rampage of Revenge that nothing he does from that point on will mean anything.
Roaring Rampage of Revenge: After learning about his girlfriend being assassinated, he escapes from the hospital, gets his regular outfit on, and mows through a precinct full of cops just to nearly (or fully if you want) kill the assassin.
A woman Jacket saves after killing a director who possibly abused her, while she was drugged.
Morality Pet: Possibly. After she's dead, Jacket goes straight after her assassin, going as far as clearing the police department of all the cops inside, just so he can give him a nice good punch, and if you want, kill him too.
An assassin involved with the phonecalls who decided to take matters in his own hands. He has a vital role in his own chapters, although he is killed by Jacket. Whether he or Jacket actually died, is up to the player to find out.
Awful Truth: If you collect all the puzzle pieces, Biker learns the truth of what was going on. It doesn't phase him from either leaving the job or killing the people responsible.
Villain ProtagonistWhile Jacket's character is rather ambiguous, the Biker is much more openly psychotic, wishing to get out of the assassination game because he finds it boring. Of course, he's only a villain in the sense that he is bloodthirsty. He opposes the Janitors, can spare the workers at Phonehom, and doesn't kill informants needlessly.
A man who seems to be taking over for Beard at a few stores and bars. He is sent to kill Jacket, but only succeeds in killing Hooker. Jacket later finds him and either kills him or leaves him.
Cruel and Unusual Death: after striking her with the trophy from the wall, Jacket has to let her crawl around on the floor in pain before finding a position to kill her where he won't be left vulnerable to The Mafiya boss's attacks.
The duo behind the conspiracy to wipe out the Russian mafia to make America strong. They do this by hiring their hitmen and threatening to come after them if they don't do their jobs.
Author Avatar: They physically resemble cactus and Dennis Wedin. Their dialog not only alludes to independent game development, but it is more or less addressed to the player, telling them that the only thing that matters was that they had some fun from the experience.
Awful Truth: They will mock the Biker for not getting the big picture if he doesn't read their files, and tell him that he's better off killing them anyway.
An actor portraying Jacket in the movie Midnight Animal, wearing the Aubrey mask. His character is referred to as the Pig Butcher. He is haunted by nightmares of the original Jacket asking him questions from the first game.