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James Sunderland -- Hero or Zero?
Hero! 65%  65%  [ 89 ]
Zero! 35%  35%  [ 48 ]
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 Post subject: James Sunderland -- A True Hero!

Howdy,
First post on the Silent Hill 2 forum should be about how great James Sunderland is. James is personally my favorite person to ever step foot in that little town called Silent Hill.

A good reason for my liking of him so much is, well... His dance moves! Have you ever played around with all the buttons of the PS2 controller and saw him actually DANCE? He has moves like no other.

What do you think about James Sunderland? Is he a true hero of the Silent Hill town?

Rjs. :)


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I vote Hero. Silent Hill 2 is still my favourite game of the series, and for me, James' story was incredibly emotional and poetic. A truly brilliant character, with a truly brilliant tale to tell.

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Silent Hill 2 is my fav too. I've enjoyed the other gsmes in the series, they are still far better than other games of this genre, but SH2 has great charcters, great story & an even greater soundtrack.


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SH2 is a my favorite game but James is no hero. Though I can understand why he did it but he's still a murder.


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Hahahaha his dance moves ARE most excellent.

HOWEVER.

He is still a drunk and a murderer.

Besides, it's not like he really does and good deeds or saves anybody's life besides his own.


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IMO, James is not a hero, but a ill-minded person that needed help to understand and accept his past actions. Poor fellow.... :?


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I like James, he is one of my favorite characters. However, he's not really a hero as far as heros go. He doesn't really...save anybody except (in one ending) himself, which doesn't make him a hero.

But yes, he does have mad dance moves. Rockin' out to the rapping dog, G.


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Hero! He simply put Mary out of her misery, even though she returned as a demon... blah blah blha he's a Hero!

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To me he's definatelly a hero. He made a couple of mistakes, but who doesn't? To me the only things that count is how things end up, which after all in turn depends on the ending you get...

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Well, Twixman, murder is not just a couple of mistakes. LOL
We can't forget that he killed Mary, despite of all the reasons....


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I'm kind of in the middle...


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Well, Twixman, murder is not just a couple of mistakes. LOL
We can't forget that he killed Mary, despite of all the reasons....


Haha! Yes, you are very right on that one. But I would say there is a question of whether he murdered Mary or salvaged her. That's all a matter of etics... Anyway, I wasn't referring to that specific act as "some mistakes". That's a bit brutal to be callewd a mistake. My mistake!
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I wish I had a sweet guy like James.....j/k
Nah, I really do love 'em, dammit! Hero, all the way!


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How could James be a hero?


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James was alright but I can't get over the fact that he killed his wife. Heather was more of a hero to me, she was set to get shit done. 8)

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SH2 is my fave and i love james, but he's definately not a hero.
then again, that's exactly what i liked about him. unlike the other main characters in the other games, james actually saw everything and questioned it as being in his head. he was lonely and confused and he felt sick in the head, basically because he was.

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James a hero? A man who killed his wife and totally forgot about it???

lmao!

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James is human, and thus isn't firmly on the side of either good or evil, but struggling between them. That's rather the point, isn't it?


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James Sunderland--A True Hero!
Rjs. :)


"A ture hero"!? Ah..haha.ah.ah.hahaha..HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MY SPLINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tell me, just who did he save? Mary? He killed her himself!! The only thing he did to help her was tell her the truth and be there for her before she died-----which isn't the true ending!! Maria? He wasn't able to save her at all, save the one ending where they leave together after she dies for about the 3rd time, and she still dies!!!! Angela? He watched her die!! Eddie? He killed him!!!! Laura? We don't even know where she is!!!! In the true ending, he doesn't save anyone. The only things that we can possibly call him a hero for would be how he tells Mary the truth-----in a fake ending-----and how he deals with what he has done, which, in the real ending, is to kill himself. Yeah, he's a hero alright. He makes Jack Thompson look good.

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