He appears as a spirit to haunt Torque. Unlike Malcolm, he is more critical of Torque and his actions, and generally resents the way his father treated the family. He resents Torque for not being there due to his frequent jailings and calls him a bad father, partially because he was younger at the time and he had no-one to play with or call a father when he was growing up. In the "Good" path of The Suffering, however, he apologizes, saying "You're not so bad, I guess. I just wish you'd always been there, ya know?"
At the climax of the second game, he is asked by Blackmore whether he wants to throw Malcolm into the drowning pool. This decision is influenced by the player's morality.
In the second game, he was voiced by Keith Anthony. His voice actor for the first game is unknown.