phantomess wrote:Not sure what you mean by what happened to James happening to Angela.
James drives to Silent Hill intending to killl himself. His memory is somehow altered/repressed upon arrival. He forgets the real reason to go there. His delusional mind makes him think he received a letter from Mary and starts to search for her in town.
phantomess wrote:I'm talking about at the very beginning of the cutscene (before James walked up, as I said). Watch the first few seconds again. She was squatting down further back, then got up, cast a glance back (presumably to the first gravestone), wandered to the gravestone in the foreground, and squatted to look at that one. She hadn't been meditating on one grave. She even looks like she starts to shake her head after reading the new stone, just before James walks up.
I honestly don't see how Angela was looking at another gravestone. She's squatting down for a gravestone before James approaches her as shown in the first picture. At the beginning of the cutscene she's still squatting down for the same stone. She then gets up and leaves the scene for a second or so and returns to the same stone just before James speaks to her. She returns to the same stone after the conversation as shown in the second picture. You can make James speak to Angela for as many times as you like and she always returns to the same stone. You can even make James leave the cemetery and return and guess what. Angela's still facing the same stone.
phantomess wrote:I just don't think she was mourning at anyone's grave.
If you reread my post (the one just above The Adversary), I was saying that, based on the assumption of Angela looking for her father's and brother's graves, I have no idea who she was mourning for since the gravestone in front of her doesn't belong to her father, mother or brother. It doesn't seem like Angela was searching around either seeing how the developers make her return to the exact same stone after the conversation. In short, she doesn't seem to be mourning or searching around which is why I found it difficult to understand the assumption.
phantomess wrote:You can believe what you want. That's fine.
Look. You're the one who questioned me in the first place. I was only answering your question. The fact is Angela returns to the exact same stone after the cutscene. If you don't agree, that's fine. If you think it's a programming flaw, that's fine. Just don't get upset when my answer isn't what you wanted.
Silent Fantasy wrote:I'm honestly not sure what her mourning over a grave stone would mean anyway
I'm honestly not sure why Angela would even bother looking for her father's stone.