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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Henry Jones strongly resembles Creator/BradPitt. This may even be a direct nod to Thomas Rogan from ''The House of the Dead'' as Rogan was also based on Brad Pitt.


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* ShoutOut: His name may be a reference from ''Henry Explorers'' - the Japanese name of ''VideoGame/CryptKiller'' - a three player light gun game released by Konami in 1995.
**Coincidentally, Henry Jones is the real name of ''Franchise/{{Indiana Jones}}''.


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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Alicia slightly resembles a younger Creator/LindaHamilton.


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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Upon closer inspection of Joe in the artwork at the side of the cabinet, he definitely resembles Creator/SylvesterStallone without the ''Rambo'' hair.

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* ShesGotLegs: See MsFanservice above.


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* ShesGotLegs: See MsFanservice above.


* WeaponOfChoice: 9mm Handgun.

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* WeaponOfChoice: A 9mm Handgun.



* [[SharpDressedMan SharpDressed-Woman]]: Wears a tight bluish-green dress.
* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Alicia's WeaponOfChoice is a shotgun, which proves to be extremely effective in taking out several enemies.
* WeaponOfChoice: Ithaca 37 "stakeout" shotgun. Notably the same one used in ''VideoGame/CryptKiller''

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* [[SharpDressedMan SharpDressed-Woman]]: Sharp Dressed Woman]]: Wears a tight bluish-green dress.
* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Alicia's WeaponOfChoice is a shotgun, WeaponOfChoice, which proves to be is extremely effective in taking out several enemies.
* WeaponOfChoice: An Ithaca 37 "stakeout" shotgun. Notably shotgun, notably the same one used in ''VideoGame/CryptKiller''
''VideoGame/CryptKiller''.



* WeaponOfChoice: 9mm Handgun, same as Henry Jones's.

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* WeaponOfChoice: 9mm Handgun, same as Henry Jones's.with Henry.

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[[caption-width-right:320:"After that day, we never heard that voice again."]]


* IDontThinkThatsSuchAGoodIdea: Says this almost word for word when Henry breaks open a window and enters the mansion in "Course A".

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* IDontThinkThatsSuchAGoodIdea: Says this almost word for word when when, in "Course A" of stage 1, Henry breaks open a window and enters the mansion in "Course A".through means of breaking open a window.


* BadassBaritone: Fights legions of the undead with a deep voice (which tends to fall into {{Narm}} territory for some).

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* BadassBaritone: Fights legions of the undead with a deep voice (which tends to fall into {{Narm}} territory for some).voice.



A friend of Henry, Alicia and Joe's who has been kidnapped to a spooky mansion for reasons unknown.

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A friend of Henry, Alicia and Joe's Joe who has been kidnapped to a spooky mansion for reasons unknown.


* {{Expy}}: Henry very much resembles Thomas Rogan from ''VideoGame/{{House of the Dead}}''. This isn't much of a shocker, considering that ''The House of the Dead'' was released internationally in 1997, followed by this game in 1998.

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* BadassBaritone: Fights legions of the undead with a deep voice (which tends to fall into {{Narm}} territory for some).
* {{Expy}}: Henry very much resembles Of Thomas Rogan from ''VideoGame/{{House of the Dead}}''. This isn't much of Dead}}''-- not a shocker, considering that ''The House of ''Evil Night'' came the Dead'' was released internationally in 1997, followed by this game in 1998.following year (1998).



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[[caption-width-right:300:"Henry! I think we're in big trouble!"]]



* {{Expy}}: Whereas Henry is closely similar to Thomas Rogan, Joe draws some comparisons with his partner G from ''The House of the Dead''.

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* {{Expy}}: Whereas Henry is closely similar to Thomas Rogan, Joe draws some comparisons with his partner Of G from ''The House of the Dead''.


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* IDontThinkThatsSuchAGoodIdea: Says this almost word for word when Henry breaks open a window and enters the mansion in "Course A".

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[[caption-width-right:300:"This place stinks...I feel nauseated."]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:"We've got to find Liv!"]]


A friend of Henry, Alicia and Joe, Liv is kidnapped to a spooky mansion for reasons unknown.

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A friend of Henry, Alicia and Joe, Liv is Joe's who has been kidnapped to a spooky mansion for reasons unknown.



* ChekhovsSkill: In the end, Liv [[spoiler: reads from the mystical book that puts all the undead and evil ones to rest. It is implied she is a reincarnated mystic]]

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* ChekhovsSkill: In the end, Liv [[spoiler: reads from the mystical book that puts all the undead and evil ones to rest. It is implied she is a reincarnated mystic]]mystic.]]
* TheChosenOne: [[spoiler:Kidnapped to be a HumanSacrifice for an ancient, reawakened {{Cult}} beneath the mansion, which will grant the final boss immortality.]]



* LadyInRed: Literally wears a red dress similar to Alice in the Resident Evil movies that came out a few years later.

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* LadyInRed: Literally wears a red dress similar to Alice in the Resident Evil ''Film/ResidentEvil'' movies that came out a few years later.



* TheRedMage: Although she isn't a mage per the game's standards, she wears a red dress and has mystical powers; thus fitting in this trope.

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* TheRedMage: Although she isn't a mage per the game's standards, she wears a red dress and has mystical powers; powers, thus fitting in this trope.


* SharpDressedMan: Although he does not have a suit, he wears a semi-formal attire comprising a white long-sleeved shirt, a black necktie, and dark blue jeans.
* WeaponOfChoice: 9mm Handgun.



* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Alicia's weapon of choice is a shotgun, which proves to be extremely effective in taking out several enemies.

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* MsFanservice: Her tight attire exposes her shape and is only cut to thighs, showing her bare legs.
* [[SharpDressedMan SharpDressed-Woman]]: Wears a tight bluish-green dress.
* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Alicia's weapon of choice WeaponOfChoice is a shotgun, which proves to be extremely effective in taking out several enemies.enemies.
* WeaponOfChoice: Ithaca 37 "stakeout" shotgun. Notably the same one used in ''VideoGame/CryptKiller''



* HellBentForLeather: He wears a leather jacket and denim jeans, giving him a 1950s-era action hero vibe.

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* HellBentForLeather: He wears a leather jacket and denim jeans, giving him a 1950s-era 1950s/1980s-era action hero vibe.vibe.
* WeaponOfChoice: 9mm Handgun, same as Henry Jones's.



* ChekhovsSkill: In the end, Liv [[spoiler: reads from the mystical book that puts all the undead and evil ones to rest.]]

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* BlackMagic: An mural depicts Liv as some sort of [[spoiler:demigod/mystic practicing witchcraft in an attempt to grant immortality to the final boss]].
* ChekhovsSkill: In the end, Liv [[spoiler: reads from the mystical book that puts all the undead and evil ones to rest.]] It is implied she is a reincarnated mystic]]


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* MysticalWaif: Though she only appears at the final stage.
* TheRedMage: Although she isn't a mage per the game's standards, she wears a red dress and has mystical powers; thus fitting in this trope.


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* WeaponOfChoice: The [[TomeOfEldritchLore mystical book]] which she uses to [[spoiler: defeat the final boss]].

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* HellBentForLeather: He wears a leather jacket and denim jeans, giving him a 1950s-era action hero vibe.


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* LadyInRed: Literally wears a red dress similar to Alice in the Resident Evil movies that came out a few years later.
* MsFanservice: Her red dress is cut to the thighs, which shows her legs. A bit of her cleavage is also shown.

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[[folder:Henry Jones]]
One of the three cops who storms the haunted mansion in search of his girlfriend, Liv. He is Player 1.
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*{{Expy}}: Henry very much resembles Thomas Rogan from ''VideoGame/{{House of the Dead}}''. This isn't much of a shocker, considering that ''The House of the Dead'' was released internationally in 1997, followed by this game in 1998.
*ImpliedLoveInterest: Of Liv.
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[[folder: Alicia Sevingy]]
The second of the three cops, armed with a shotgun, who seeks to find Liv deep within the mansion. She is Player 2.
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*ActionGirl: She can kick as much zombie butt as Henry and Joe, if not ''more'' because she has a powerful shotgun at her disposal.
*ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Alicia's weapon of choice is a shotgun, which proves to be extremely effective in taking out several enemies.
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[[folder: Joe Hamilton]]
The third cop who accompanies Henry and Alicia in their search for Liv. He is Player 3.
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*{{Expy}}: Whereas Henry is closely similar to Thomas Rogan, Joe draws some comparisons with his partner G from ''The House of the Dead''.
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[[folder: Liv]]
A friend of Henry, Alicia and Joe, Liv is kidnapped to a spooky mansion for reasons unknown.
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* ChekhovsSkill: In the end, Liv [[spoiler: reads from the mystical book that puts all the undead and evil ones to rest.]]
*{{Expy}}: Her role as the primary DamselInDistress in the game and presumed girlfriend of Henry draws some comparisons with Thomas Rogan's fiancée Sophie Richards from ''The House of the Dead''.
*DamselInDistress: She must be rescued by Henry, Alicia, and Joe.
*ImpliedLoveInterest: Of Henry.
*SaveThePrincess: Essentially the primary objective of the game is to rescue her from the evil forces in the mansion.
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