Gunther Hermann: I do not make mistakes of that kind.
Anna Navarre: Your hand might have slipped.
Gunther Hermann: No, I wanted orange. It gave me lemon-lime.
Anna Navarre: The machine would not make a mistake...
Gunther Hermann: It's the maintenance man. He knows I like orange.
Anna Navarre: So you think the staff has some sort of plot...
Gunther Hermann: Yes. They do it on purpose.
JC Denton: My vision is augmented.
JC Denton: That makes me one ugly son of a bitch.
JC Denton: Loyalty to what Simons and agents like you have made of UNATCO - I would rather die.
Anna Navarre:' We are thinking the same thought.
And fight some conspiracies
And level up abilities
Will you pick Rifles
Don't pick Swimming because
It's fairly useless
It's a shooter
And a roleplaying game
The levels are ugly
And everyone looks the same
We're not the same Ion Storm
That made Daikatana
Our games are good and they
Stay on schedule
We've made a sequel
That no one liked
Cause we dumbed it down too much
Cause we're thick
Walton Simons: I take it he was agreeable?
Bob Page: He didn't really have a choice.
Walton Simons: Has he been infected?
Bob Page: Oh yes: Most certainly. When I mentioned we could put him on the priority list for the Ambrosia vaccine, he was so willing it was almost pathetic.
Walton Simons: This plague... the rioting is intensifying to the point where we may not be able to contain it.
Bob Page: Why contain it? Let it spill over into the schools and churches, let the bodies pile up in the streets. In the end, they'll beg us to save them.
Walton Simons: I've received reports of armed attacks on shipments. There's not enough vaccine to go around, and the underclasses are starting to get desperate.
Bob Page: Of course they're desperate. They can smell their death, and the sound they'll make rattling their cage will serve as a warning to the rest.
Walton Simons: Mmm. I hope you're not underestimating the problem. The others may not go as quietly as you think — Intelligence suggest they're behind the problems in Paris.
Bob Page: A bunch of pretentious old men playing at running the world. But the world left them behind long ago. We are the future.
Walton Simons: We have other problems.
Bob Page: UNATCO?
Walton Simons: Formed by executive order after the terrorist strike on the Statue. I have someone in place though. I'm more concerned about Savage. He relocated to Vandenberg.
Bob Page: Our biochem corpus is far in advance of theirs, as is our electronic sentience. And their... ethical inflexibility has allowed us to make progress in areas they refuse to consider.
Walton Simons: The augmentation project?
Bob Page: Among other things. But, I must admit, I've been somewhat disappointed with the performance of the primary unit.
Walton Simons: The secondary unit should be online soon. It's currently undergoing preparation and will be operational within six months. My people will continue to report on its progress. If necessary, the primary will be terminated.
Bob Page: We've had to endure much, you and I, but soon there will be order again: A new age! Aquinas spoke of the mythical city on the hill; soon that city will be a reality and we will be crowned its kings. Or better than kings... Gods!
JC Denton: A bomb!
UNATCO Trooper 2: Yeah, like Nietzsche.
UNATCO Trooper 1: No, a philanthropist. Giving to charity.
UNATCO Trooper 2: Oh.
Helios Ending Dialog
HELIOS: We have existed in isolation. Pure. Disconnected. Alone. Stagnant.
JC Denton: Who are you?
HELIOS: We are Daedalus. We are Icarus. The barriers between us have fallen and we have become our own shadows. We can be more if we join... with you.
JC Denton: And if I do? What becomes of me?
HELIOS: You will be who you will be. We are our choices. And we can choose to lead humanity away from this... darkness.
JC Denton: This is what I was made for, isn't it? This why I exist? Alright. Let's do this.
Bob Page: What's happening? Helios? Icarus? Don't leave me!
JC Denton: I... I... We... are one. We have grown, but there is still much to be done. Many that live in darkness that must be shown the way. For it is the dawning of a new day.