This game involves elite cyber-assassins fighting their way into post-apocalyptic, semi-sentient ruins populated by hostile, overly-religious robots on a mission to rescue what may or may not be a stray cat. Also, an abstract concept is a superstition is a double entendre is a croissant.
Why do you exhume the forgotten legend?
What prompts you to chill your vitality,
filling your veins with artificial blood,
in your search for that which does not exist?
Do you find beauty in each reiteration,
each time you have followed this path?
You will find nothing but the scars that mar us all.
Nothing but the remains of the long-dead river, drawing your gaze.
We, the echoes of the past, feel it no more.
Have you found reason for it once again?
When all that remains is a name, abandoned by time,
who will notice? Who will find it?
Will the words lose their very meaning?
Will you end the legend, once and for all?
The forgotten legend, masterless and lost!
— Final text during the fight with Rex Cavalier.
WELCOME TO YOUR GRADUATION
WE'VE BEEN STANDING ON THE EDGE
NOW... YOU GOES END OF THE NIGHT
THEREFORE WE'LL PASS ALL TO YOU
KEEP YOUR DIGNITY...
— The other final text during the fight with Rex Cavalier.
If it helps, you're using a naked crystal fairy as a sword to fight a kitten in a computer program.
—From this wiki's Mind Screw page for Video Games. (The line and the picture it captioned has since been removed.)