I've really enjoyed the game so far, and up to this point have found it just as terrifying and otherworldly as any of the others. I've just finished the Theater and found myself sweating profusely throughout; a nice image for you there, but shit got to me, especially the puppets/Ariels.
From what I recall, had Alessa successfully spread the crest throughout the town, the God would've been obliterated, or warded off. Instead Harry stepped in post-God-birth and murderized the shit out of the God.- NarooN
Eh, I'm not complaining. His characterization may have been cliche and handled poorly within an already sloppy story, but there's something about him that just makes me really like him. More so than Harry which I did not expect to happen.
It's also kind of nice to see that he was one of the few people to survive, move on, and make a cameo indicating (subtly) that everything is fine in his life. Wish he had a more significant role in Book of Memories' joke ending though.
In my opinion, only what is missing in this game is more ammo and health items, the lack of these stuff disturbed me a lot throughout the game and because of it I couldn't enjoy the game as much as I'd like. I mean, only because there are a lot of melee weapons scattered throughout the game is not a reason to there be so few firearms and so little ammunition for them, since I at least think firearms are better and stronger than melee weapons, not to mention that in almost everytime I tried to hit or kill a monster with a melee weapon, the bastards inflicted me a lot of damage, since to hit them with melee weapons you need to get close to them.
I think Travis confronting and accepting his past as a serial killer. As many people have pointed out in the threads of this forum, there is substantial evidence in the game implicating Travis to indeed be a serial killer yet in the good ending it is never shown him recognising this directly.
I wish they had him conquer this because I believe they used this as a premise for his truck to appear in Silent Hill in SH Homecoming, indicating he hasn't overcome his past demons. I feel like this was an act of injustice to Travis because he deserved a peaceful ending, cause he genuinely cared for Alessa (even though she did infuriate him) from the onset (when she was burned in the gillepsie house) to the good ending when he sees her in the rearview mirror.
That said, perhaps when he reset the mileage on his odometer it symbolised a fresh start for him in every sense.