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** MaryElizabethMcGlynn recorded the vocals for all four endings and each one is amazing.

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** MaryElizabethMcGlynn Creator/MaryElizabethMcGlynn recorded the vocals for all four endings and each one is amazing.


* HilariousInHindsight: Since Michelle and John are respectively voiced by Creator/KateHiggins and Creator/YuriLowenthal, who respectively play Sakura and Sasuke in ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', many jokingly say the scene is Sakura and Sasuke having further relationship issues after Michelle brings up the idea of having a family. [[spoiler:Years later, unlike Michelle and John, Sakura and Sasuke actually make things work and have a daughter of their own.]]


* HilariousInHindsight: Since Michelle and John are respectively voiced by Creator/KateHiggins and Creator/YuriLowenthal, who respectively play Sakura and Sasuke in ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', many jokingly say the scene is Sakura and Sasuke having further relationship issues. [[spoiler:Years later, unlike Michelle and John, Sakura and Sasuke actually make things work and have a daughter of their own.]]

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* HilariousInHindsight: Since Michelle and John are respectively voiced by Creator/KateHiggins and Creator/YuriLowenthal, who respectively play Sakura and Sasuke in ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', many jokingly say the scene is Sakura and Sasuke having further relationship issues.issues after Michelle brings up the idea of having a family. [[spoiler:Years later, unlike Michelle and John, Sakura and Sasuke actually make things work and have a daughter of their own.]]


* HilariousInHindsight: Since Michelle and John are respectively voiced by Creator/KateHiggins and Creator/YuriLowenthal, who respectively play Sakura and Sasuke in ''Franchise/{{Naturo}}'', many jokingly say the scene is Sakura and Sasuke having further relationship issues. [[spoiler:Years later, unlike Michelle and John, Sakura and Sasuke actually make things work and have a daughter of their own.]]

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* HilariousInHindsight: Since Michelle and John are respectively voiced by Creator/KateHiggins and Creator/YuriLowenthal, who respectively play Sakura and Sasuke in ''Franchise/{{Naturo}}'', ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', many jokingly say the scene is Sakura and Sasuke having further relationship issues. [[spoiler:Years later, unlike Michelle and John, Sakura and Sasuke actually make things work and have a daughter of their own.]]

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* HilariousInHindsight: Since Michelle and John are respectively voiced by Creator/KateHiggins and Creator/YuriLowenthal, who respectively play Sakura and Sasuke in ''Franchise/{{Naturo}}'', many jokingly say the scene is Sakura and Sasuke having further relationship issues. [[spoiler:Years later, unlike Michelle and John, Sakura and Sasuke actually make things work and have a daughter of their own.]]


* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments the series is known for. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective decision or not is up for debate]].

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments the series is known for. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective effective decision or not is up for debate]].


* ItsShortSoItSucks: A frequent criticism leveled against the game. Its fans maintain that it's just as long as any other Silent Hill game, only with most of the aimless wandering, tedious combat and [[MoonLogicPuzzle obscure puzzles]] trimmed.

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* ItsShortSoItSucks: A frequent criticism leveled against the game. Its fans maintain that it's just as long as any other Silent Hill ''Silent Hill'' game, only with most of the aimless wandering, tedious combat and [[MoonLogicPuzzle obscure puzzles]] trimmed.

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* {{Fanon}}: It's a very common belief that this game is actually a StealthSequel to the original game, not a reimagining, and takes places after the Bad ending where it is revealed that Harry died in a car crash and the events of that game were a dying hallucination. However, there is nothing actually in ''Shattered Memories'' to suggest this, and it is officially in an AlternateContinuity, unconnected to the events of the original game (or ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'', for that matter).


* [[ContestedSequel Contested Reimagining]]: Reactions towards this game are all over the place depending on who’s consulted. Is it a truly unique take of the original games story that brings it back to survival over action all while still manages to capture the feel of the earlier games, a bland, style over substance retread of the first game with questionable portrayals of the previously established characters and tepid gameplay, or a decent enough horror game that’s just a middle of the road Silent Hill game?

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* [[ContestedSequel Contested Reimagining]]: ContestedSequel: Reactions towards this game are all over the place depending on who’s consulted. Is it a truly unique take of the original games story that brings it back to survival over action all while still manages to capture the feel of the earlier games, a bland, style over substance retread of the first game with questionable portrayals of the previously established characters and tepid gameplay, or a decent enough horror game that’s just a middle of the road Silent Hill game?





* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments the series is known for. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective or not is up for debate]].

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments the series is known for. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective decision or not is up for debate]].


** The complete lack of combat in the game. Many found it a refreshing change at the time[[note]][[OlderThanTheyThink This game actually preceded]] the RunOrDie style of horror games made popular by the likes of ''VideoGame/{{Slender}}''[[/note]] to the "[[ActionizedSequel fire into hordes of monsters and hope you survive]]" approach ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' took in later years, while others felt it flat-out didn't make sense at some points. Some argue that even if Harry couldn't kill the monsters, a weapon could have easily slowed them down and made the chase segments less frustrating, while others argue something like that would have made the chase segments feel less frantic and terrifying than they are in the game.

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** The complete lack of combat in the game. Many found it a refreshing change at the time[[note]][[OlderThanTheyThink This game actually preceded]] the RunOrDie style of horror games made popular by the likes of ''VideoGame/{{Slender}}''[[/note]] to the "[[ActionizedSequel fire into hordes of monsters and hope you survive]]" approach ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' took in later years, years and the combat-heavy ''[[VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming Homecoming]]'', while others felt it flat-out didn't make sense at some points. Some argue that even if Harry couldn't kill the monsters, a weapon could have easily slowed them down and made the chase segments less frustrating, while others argue something like that would have made the chase segments feel less frantic and terrifying than they are in the game.


* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective or not is up for debate]].

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments.moments the series is known for. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective or not is up for debate]].


* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming'' was criticized for putting more emphasis on combat, removing many of the tense moments. This game does away with combat and focuses on you trying to get away from the monsters. [[BrokenBase Whether it was an affective or not is up for debate]].



* [[ContestedSequel Contested Reimagining]]: Reactions towards this game are all over the place depending on who’s consulted. Is it a truly unique take of the original games story that still manages to capture the feel of the earlier games, a bland, all style no substance retread of the first game with questionable portrayals of the previously established characters, or a decent enough horror game that’s just a middle of the road Silent Hill game?

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* [[ContestedSequel Contested Reimagining]]: Reactions towards this game are all over the place depending on who’s consulted. Is it a truly unique take of the original games story that brings it back to survival over action all while still manages to capture the feel of the earlier games, a bland, all style no over substance retread of the first game with questionable portrayals of the previously established characters, characters and tepid gameplay, or a decent enough horror game that’s just a middle of the road Silent Hill game?

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* [[ContestedSequel Contested Reimagining]]: Reactions towards this game are all over the place depending on who’s consulted. Is it a truly unique take of the original games story that still manages to capture the feel of the earlier games, a bland, all style no substance retread of the first game with questionable portrayals of the previously established characters, or a decent enough horror game that’s just a middle of the road Silent Hill game?


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** "I love my daddy! I love my daddy! I love my daddy! I love my daddy!"
** The cries of the Raw Shocks can quickly go to this, especially if you are having trouble on a part.

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