Kefka of Final Fantasy VI engages in a nihilistic speech at the end of the game that berates the human species (and the party) for being feeble worthless insects in comparison to him, how he wields the might of the universe, and how stupid it is for them to keep trying to rebuild the things he destroys, since they would inevitably decay or be destroyed anyways. Afterwards, the party attempts a philosophical retort with each of them systematically explaining what they've learned and how they've bonded with one another throughout their experiences. Kefka says, "This is sickening ... You sound like chapters from a self-help booklet. Prepare yourselves!", and proceeds to attack the party. And he then proceeds to get his ass kicked.
Thus proving his point that nothing is permanent and change is both inevitable and unyielding. Good job proving the point, hero.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy has Sephiroth telling Cloud that he'll always keep coming back to Sephiroth, and Sephiroth will keep giving him a reason to fight every single time, for the sake of manipulating him. Cloud turns it around on Sephiroth, saying, "You're the one who won't let go!" but Sephiroth just ignores it and the two fight.
"...Lowlifes. ...Shameless filthy wretches. How you celebrate my ascension with such joy. Hailing the very one whom you have condemned for generations. Have you no shame? What happened to the evil, ruthless sorceress from your fantasies? The cold-blooded tyrant that slaughtered countless men and destroyed many nations? Where is she now? She stands before your very eyes to become your new ruler. HAHAHAHAHA."
Lightning gives one of these to Orphan right before the final fight in Final Fantasy XIII.
An amazing one happens in the secret ending of Final Fantasy XIII-2. Caius, who successfully destroyed the timeline and got the goddess Etro killed in the normal ending, openly mocks the player for spending countless hours unlocking the secret ending in the false hope that the outcome would be different. Despite all the fragments you collected, all the super tough monsters you took down, and all of the different paradox endings you have seen...the goddess is STILL dead, and Caius STILL wins.
Scolar Visari, from Killzone deserves a place in here, durning the speech he mocked the protagonist's status and tried to crush everything the protagonist believed in(Maybe even succeed) it. And who are you, soldier? [...] They send a sergeant to take Visari? Are your commanders really all so afraid? "[...] Really sergeant. And who won? The cowards who commanded you and your comrades here to die? The Helghast have lost nothing. We fight for who we are. We wear our wounds like badges of honor. Helghan is ours, and we will die before we let it fall to plunderers. That is why your leaders dare not make a martyr of me. Your fleet burned, your friends butchered...And you become a hero for saving my life? Does that sound like a victory to you, Sergeant Sevchenko? [...] For giving my people pride, purpose!? We have built this great nation from nothing! Take me, and Helghan will dissolve into chaos. The ISA war machine, powerless against the sheer will of my people. We will choke the streets with our dead before we surrender. Your masters will beg me to restore order. You have not won! You will neve-[...] The madness begins..."
And once he's beaten, and his incarnations are BEATEN again, he goes into a Villainous Breakdown, and then it's the chosen's protagonist's TURN to give him one. They vary each other.
SHODAN does this a lot in the System Shock franchise, calling you "insect," "irritant," "maggot," and so on, always calling your body "meat," and doesn't hesitate to say you're inferior just because you're a human being.
Just about any main character in a Legacy of Kain game gets and gives a ton of these.
Ner'zhul also gives one to Kel'Thuzad in the short story Road to Damnation.
Arthas failed to learn from his earlier encounter with Tirion. At the start of his battle in Icecrown Citadel he freezes Tirion in a block of ice "To witness the end." At the end Arthas kills the raid at once, and proceeds to tell Tirion how his whole plan was to find the greatest champions of Azeroth and make them his new lieutenants. Too bad Tirion calls upon the Light to break out of his iceblock, then shatters Frostmourne with the Ashbringer, releasing the pissed off souls the Lich King had collected.
Come Cataclysm, Vol'jin gives a rather epic one to Warchief Garrosh, declaring that he's going down the same road as his father even without the same influence as the demon blood, and suggesting that he will eventually alienate the rest of the Horde and die at Vol'jin's hands.
The massive S3-and-Raiden duologue at the end of Metal Gear Solid 2 Sons Of Liberty is a massive Reason You Suck Speech to both Raiden AND the player. It's even more depressing in that everything they say is true.
Revolver Ocelot delivers one on Fortune, she considered herself as "lady luck", and believes she had psychic powers that can deflect bullets, till Ocelot shot her. In truth it was all staged out by the Patriots, and she was really protected by a electro-magnetic gizmo, and was nothing but a pawn to their experiment. But in her final moments she did display real psychic powers.
"The assassin has overcome my final defense. And now he's come to murder me. In the end, what separates a man from a slave? Money? Power? No. You think you have memories. A farm, a family, an airplane, a crash. And this place. Was there really a family? Did that airplane crash, or was it hijacked? Forced down, forced down by something less than a man. Something bred to sleepwalk through life until they are activated by a simple phrase, spoken by their kindly master. Was a man sent to kill, or a slave? A man chooses. A slave obeys. Come in. Stop....would you kindly? Would you kindly? Powerful phrase. Familiar phrase? Sit, would you kindly? Stand... would you kindly? Run. Stop. Turn. A man chooses. A slave obeys. Kill! A man... chooses... a slave... obeys. OBEY!"
Then, as if you didn't get the message the first time, Frank Fontaine himself tells it to you even more.
"I gotta say, I had a lot of business partners in my life, but you ... 'Course, the fact that you were genetically conditioned to bark like a cocker-spaniel when I said 'Would you kindly' might have had something to do with it. Ah, well. Now, as soon as that machine finished processing the genetic key you just fished off Ryan, I'm gonna run Rapture, tits to toes. You've been a pal, but you know what they say. Never mix business with friendship. Thanks for everything, kid. Don't forget to say hi to Ryan for me."
Archer of Fate Stay Night is pretty good at these. He even got Saber to give up on her wish to appoint a new king in the good end of UBW and stay with Shirou/Tohsaka with two lines plus lots more for Shirou.
Zouken: Fool. I did not expect victory from a failure like you. What I expected was enough pride to challenge others in spite of your powerlessness. But you failed miserably. You disgraced the name of Makiri. Hmph, you and your father are both disgraces to our family.
Tohsaka Rin drops a pretty good one on Shinji during the Heaven's Feel route, mainly made awesome by how bad Shinji is.
Rin: Then I'll say it for you. You just wanted to act like a magus. You're a failure and can't be a magus, so you wanted the Holy Grail to make you one. You have no other goal. You're a coward that wanted proof to hide your powerlessness. Shinji: Tohsaka, you...! Rin:: Am I wrong? You didn't have a Magic Circuit even though you were born to the Matou family. But that's not your fault. The Matou blood was fading away anyway. The duty of the Matou family as the seeker was fading away from the time you people came here. But you persisted. You thought it was special to be special, and you demanded something you didn't need. You can't be a magus even if you obtained a Magic Circuit like that, but you clung to the special right that should've been given to you.
Half-Life 2: Dr. Breen spends a good portion of the game trying to inferiorize Gordon Freeman to the eyes of the citizens through the several screens spread around City 17. "You have destroyed so much. What is it, exactly, that you have created? Can you even name one thing? (pause) I thought not". True, seeing that the only thing we see Gordon do is shoot things. However, it can also be seen as kind of backfiring, as his accusations show that he doesn't understand anything why the rebels started the uprising against him and tear down his little empire.
The real beauty is that you can say Shut Up, Hannibal! simply by not hanging around to listen to his BS.
And once you get the powered up Gravity Gun, you can rip off the screens from the walls and chuck it away to make Breen shut up sooner.
In a Crowning Moment of Awesome for the entire Ace Attorney series (and coincidentally, the last case of the last game in the set that features Phoenix as protagonist), Mia Fey in Pearl's body delivers one of these to Dahlia Hawthorne in Maya's body. The speech is so awesome that not only does the witness break down, she is exorcised from Maya's body and forced to wander the afterlife forever with the knowledge of her failure. The Judge is very impressed.
Let's not forget that Phoenix joins in on the speech as well.
In Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, Kreia has already been established as a master of the Hannibal Lecture many times over the course of the story; however, it's not until Bao-Dur claims that Kreia is becoming a bad influence on the PC (during the Dark Side playthrough, naturally) that she unleashes her own "The Reason You Suck" Speech in the form of a vitriolic but awesome little rant:
There is a world on the Outer Rim surrounded by mass shadows. Past the graveyard of Mandalorian warships, this planet suffers, crushed in gravity's fist. To walk on its surface is to feel it crushing every cell of your being. It is like being buried alive until it seems you will never breathe again. What manner of creature would have birthed such a thing? Nothing human, to be sure. If you dare voice your opinions again, Iridonian, you will forget yourself for a time. Return to your machines, and trouble me no more. Serve the Exile until it is your time to die, and it will be enough.
Kreia delivers one to the player in the Dark Side path - as a combination of Stupid Evil decisions and world-ending hatred don't sit well with her.
I have taught you to feel the Force again, shown you the contrast, and yet still you do not understand! This is what you have wrought: countless murderers, slayers, assassins, born of war that has, as always, taught the wrong lesson. You showed them life without the Force, and instead of showing them truth, power, all you showed them was how the galaxy may die. You are responsible for all of this; even now, events spiral towards destruction, and there is nothing that can be done because you refuse to listen, to understand! You have seen the effects you have on those close to you, heard the echoes scream across dead planets, and watched as your strength has grown, yet it is for nothing. To have the Jedi Council brought low by such a failure, there is no victory in that. You have not heard a thing I have taught, and for all I have said, you have never learned to listen.
If you choose the light side path, Kreia ends up giving one to the Jedi Masters instead after they try to cut the exile off from the force.
She also gives this to you even if you're Light Side, claiming that even after all the good you've done, all the lives you've saved and improved, the galaxy will still be a bad place. This is foreshadowed on Nar Shaddaa after you give a man five credits. She will show you the guy getting mugged, simply because what you did made him rise above his station, and be hated for it.
The game lets you deliver one yourself to Atris. And it is glorious.
In the Darkside ending to the original Knights of the Old Republic, you can give one of these to Darth Malak, or he can do it to himself. It basically consists of rubbing it in his face that everything he did was countinuing on what Darth Revan started. In the Light Side ending, after Malak is shocked by his defeat, you can say to him "This is the way of the Dark Side, Malak; all things end in death."
In Tales of Rebirth, Tytree Crowe delivers one to Saleh: "Someone like you who takes pleasure in trampling on the hearts of others will never ever understand! The human heart... the feelings that people have are stronger than anything else!! Remember that!!". However, Saleh runs on For the Evulz thus stuck with 'joy of trampling people's hearts', remaining irritating and never even beating the heroes or getting more powerful.
Asch: And you! Why didn't you think before using your hyperresonance?
Luke: So you're saying it's my fault too?
Asch: Of course it's your fault! Don't even try to deny it!...Are all replica brains this defective?...You still haven't figured it out? Is this someone's idea of a joke?!...That's right! You're a second-rate copy of me! A mere replica!
GLaDOS: I'd just like to point out that you were given every chance to succeed. There was even going to be a party for you. A big party. That all your friends were invited to. I invited your best friend the Companion Cube, but of course, he couldn't come because you murdered him. All your other friends couldn't come either because you don't have any other friends because of how unlikable you are. It says so right here in your personnel file: Unlikable. Liked by no one. A bitter, unlikable loner, whose passing shall not be mourned. 'Shall not be mourned.' That's exactly what it says. Very formal. Very official. It also says you were adopted, so that's funny, too.
GLaDOS: Oh, it's you. It's been a long time. How have you been? I've been really busy being dead. You know... after you murdered me? Okay look, we both said a lot of things that you are going to regret. But I think we should put our differences behind us. For science. You monster.
GLaDOS: You know what my days used to be like? I just tested. Nobody murdered me. Or put me in a potato. Or fed me to birds. I had a pretty good life. And then you showed up. You dangerous. Mute. Lunatic. So you know what? You win. Just go. (Soft laughter) It's been fun. Don't come back.
She gives one to Wheatley, too, which serves to hit his Berserk Button at the worst possible moment.
GLaDOS: Yes, you're the tumor! You're not just a regular moron. You were designed to be a moron.
Dominate opponents with some of the characters in Team Fortress 2, and they will deliver examples of these:
Scout: Nice hustle tons of fun, next time eat a salad.
Spy: I'm looking at your X-ray! And I'm afraid you SUCK!
Spy: Here's what I have that you don't! A functioning liver, depth perception, and a pulse!
Sniper: You're making this so easy. I'm actually getting worse.
The Administrator is also an unpleasable dictator, so when you do poorly, she'll let you know exactly how poorly.
Sylvia gives one to Travis right after he beats him. Travis gives one to Sylvia two or three times as well.
From the first game, Sylvia gives Travis another one right before the Rank 1 fight.
"Now be honest. Did you really think I would let you do me if you hit number one? You really are an idiot, aren't you, Travis? Come back to reality! I mean, look at yourself! You are a dopy, otaku assassin. The bottom of the barrel. No woman would be caught dead with you... unless she was a desperate bitch! Where in the world could you find a woman who could fall in love with someone like you?"
Frontier: You don't understand! I could've had class. I could've been a contender. I could've been somebody. Instead of a bum. Which is what I am. Let's face it... it was you McClane... It... was...YOU!
The defeat cutscene for the Forces of Chaos in Dawn of War. Eliphias blames his subordinates for his defeat, a Daemon Prince offers one of these as he disagrees.
Intimidate speech options allow the player to deliver these in Mass Effect.
Paragon Shepard gives an awesome one to the annoying reporter, Al-Jilani, when she accuses him/her of not respecting the sacrifice s/he had humans make in the battle of the Citadel.
Try a neutral dialogue path for the ending to Overlord. Shepard is utterly pissed.
You told me that David volunteered. I saw his memories. He begged you not to do this. Who gave you the right to play god? I saw enough of your atrocities to know your brother will never be free of it. David's coming with me. You even think about coming after him and this bullet will be waiting for you.
One is delivered to SHEPARD (particularly Renegade Shepard) in the "Lair of the Shadow Broker" by Tela Vasir as she's dying with a critically flawed and notably hollow Shut Up, Kirk! speech calling out the hypocrisy of Shepard criticizing her when s/he's working with Cerberus, a terrorist organization. The flaw in her argument is that you don't work for Cerberus, you are temporarily working WITH them, to take down a mutual foe that threatens millions. Most notably, YOU DON'T TAKE ORDERS FROM CERBERUS. This means that, unlike Shepard, Tela Vasir follows an order from the Shadow Broker without question, even when said order is "massacre hundreds of innocent people, murder and fellow Spectre, murder said Spectre's friend, and kill anyone who gets in your way without hesitation". She even takes an innocent bystander hostage, taunting her when she reveals that she's a mother, sarcastically telling her how her son would be so traumatized to grow up without her. It becomes rather jarring and obvious when the game purposefully leaves out any dialogue option to tell Vasir that you don't work for Cerberus at all, you're temporarily working WITH them to take down a dangerous enemy to everyone, calling her out for the complete hypocrite and monster she is. Even Renegade Shepard can say this, as she/he never kills or harms anyone because anyone in Cerberus tells her to.
Paragon Shepard also frequently does this in a subtle, yet highly effective way: he points out not why they suck, but how they could be awesome, but they're hesitating for petty reasons that would be more than made up for by being awesome. This often results in guilt-tripping or daring them to be good/trustworthy/heroic/mature, and thus, success. Renegade Shepard goes straight to this trope, or To the Pain.
Shepard can give this type of speech to the Quarian Admiralty Board during Tali's trial.
And he/she does so againon Rannoch in Mass Effect 3, culminating in an impossibly epic rant (here, major spoilers).
Throughout an entire game, where not even a renegade Shepard being able to call Miranda out on her bitchiness, if Jack dies before the suicide mission, Garrus gets a short but sweet one proclaiming that Miranda can't lead the second fire team as half the squad doesn't even trust her.
Which is subverted, however, because it turns out there are three good choices to lead the fire team, and Miranda is in fact one of them, so Miranda does not in fact suck in the manner Garrus was describing.
In Neverwinter Nights 2, the boss of the first chapter is a Githyanki named Zeearie. After defeating her, she lingers long enough to rant at you about how you destroyed any chance the Githyanki have of helping you against the true enemy. Also an example of Nice Job Breaking It, Hero.
Which is funny since it was all her fault and even if you return her accusations to her she refuses to listen.
Playing as a Toreador in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines and being just as petulant as the clan stereotype will result in a segmented but impressively derisive speech from Gary Golden.
You're used to getting what you want, aren't you, handsome? People just love your charisma, your face; they eat your words up like the rats eat the cheese in the trap! Oh, boss- where do you think you are?
(After he reveals himself)
En Guard, Toreador! You vainglorious, narcissistic poser! How I loathe that determination of your kind to belie your true nature with Paris Fashions and pomp! You are a dead thing, a creature of the shadows... start acting like one.
You don't get it, do you? Sit and look pretty. Pretend you never died. Do some finger-painting. What a pathetic waste of blood...
In Alpha Protocol, if Mike has chosen more suave stances than aggressive or professional ones, he can give Conrad Marburg one. It's one of three ways to kill him and the only way to do so in Rome.
Mike: No, you're the one who's messed up. Maybe Leland should put your octogenarian ass out to pasture with the other cattle. He will anyway eventually, if only to bury his dirty little secrets.
Marburg: You understand nothing Thorton. Just the way the U.S. trains all their agents.
Mike: Does Leland send you out for dry cleaning, too? Maybe shoot your chauffeur on the way? Chief of Security for Halbech - talk about a joke. Yeah, I know all about Deus Vult and that abortion of an op in the Middle East. Poor Agent Marburg believed dead...maybe wishing he was dead. Boo. Fucking. Hoo. And what has you life been since then: setting bombs for Halbech and murdering bystanders in museums. How fucked up and empty do you have to be to lower yourself to that level? [Mike continues, as Marburg begins to look more and more upset] You know what, Marburg, at the end of the day - at least I'm not somebody's lapdog. Enjoy living off Leland's scraps. You don't even know what trust and loyalty are. Or does the fact that I didn't go that same route when I was abandoned really get under your skin, Conrad.
No One Lives Forever. In a similar Not So Different scene, Cate Archer lets the Baroness have it, using the fact they had the same background, but while Cate got over it (despite becoming a cat burglar), the Baroness just became a hateful, bitter woman who wanted nothing but revenge at any cost.
Palpatine: (Casually blocks a lightsaber strike from Starkiller) You have betrayed your masters and your allies both. I knew that one day you would betray me too. And now you have doomed yourself and your friends. (Knocks him through a wall and drops the Rogue Shadow on him. Starkiller wakes up turned half-machine like Darth Vader) You had such promise. You could have been my successor, my equal. But now... But, I may still have some small use for you. I still have enemies to find and destroy. You will do my bidding until I find a new apprentice. And then, like Vader, you will be cast aside. (To the surgical robots) Finish him.
Palpatine is the master of these. He gives another one in the non-canon Endor DLC.
Palpatine: A Great Day, Lord Vader. Today marks the death of the Rebellion and the birth of a new era of peace for the Empire. There is but one last detail to take care of. Do you take me for a fool? Your feeble schemes to overthrow me using that pathetic clone of your former apprentice were pitifully obvious from their inception. Now Skywalker… you will die. (Fries Vader with Force Lightning)
The final chapter of Max Payne 2 is an extended one of these to Max and Woden, from Vladimir Lem.
Vladimir: What the fuck is wrong with you, Max? Why don't you just die? You hate life, you're miserable all the time, afraid to enjoy yourself even a little! Face it, you might as well be dead already. Do yourself a favor, give up!
In Prototype, Cross gives a short one to Alex Mercer, who at this point is pretty much being led around on a leash (not that this changes much, mind you, but Alex is particularly naive at this stage).
(To Alex grinning in triumph.) You think you've won? You don't even know what fucking game you're playing! Well, I can tell you all you need to know...about Penn Station. (Alex yells and collapses in pain from memory recall, Cross watching dispassionately.) ...In a way, I feel sorry for you. (He injects Alex with a Power Nullifier parasite, rendering him unconscious.)
In Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage, Rita combines this with What the Hell, Hero? by delivering the following speech after she and Casca almost get killed by Balzac's men while he's not there.
Rita: (slaps Guts) What the hell do you think you're doing? You blew it! You think you're so tough with that big hunk of metal hanging on your back! But you can't even protect one woman! Some hero...
The final boss of Mega Man ZX Advent tells you "You're not a god. You aren't even a Mega Man. You're a mere mortal." Your response after beating him is, basically, "How's it feel to get your ass handed to you by a mere mortal?"
Many of the gods in God Of War III raise the valid point that Kratos is blinded by vengeance, and is little more than a bloodthirsty monster who destroys everything he touches. Zeus, however, really piles it on at the climax, saying, "After all you have sought, all you have sacrificed, all you have accomplished is another STUNNING FAILURE!"
The Big Bad of BlazBlue, Hazama/Terumi Yuuki, seems to have a raging hard-on for this trope, as evidenced by the great enjoyment he gets from the very long and very brutal speeches he gives to the Anti-Hero... Heck, he doesn't limit this treatment to the Anti-Hero alone, either. To Hazama, ANYONE with convictions, ideologies and/or goals to deconstruct, ridicule, reconstruct and ridicule even worse, is fair game, be they emotional, misled teenagers; hawt, mature but desperate doctors; eldritch abominations or even children. And yet, even with his track record, there are three people he learned this doesn't work on:
In Makoto's CS Arcade ending, Terumi tries to troll Makoto in an attempt to break her after they fight to a stalemate - she has no way of destroying him, but she just refuses to die - only for her to retort his efforts with inquiries about his designs for Noel. He eventually gets around to mocking Noel's humanity as well as her own, but all it earns him is a "Shut the hell up!" This doesn't stop him from talking, but since he can't finish the job, he evokes Mu-12 to do it for him. The last we see of Makoto is her bracing herself to face off againsther best friend Noel.
The Nameless One: If there is anything I have learned in my travels across the Planes, it is that many things may change the nature of a man. Whether regret, or love, or revenge or fear - whatever you believe can change the nature of a man, can. I’ve seen belief move cities, make men stave off death, and turn an evil hag's heart half-circle. This entire Fortress has been constructed from belief. Belief damned a woman, whose heart clung to the hope that another loved her when he did not. Once, it made a man seek immortality and achieve it. And it has made a posturing spirit think it is something more than a part of me.
Shao Kahn: Where are the Elder Gods, Raiden? Their pathetic Mortal Kombat shackles me no longer! They masquerade as dragons but are mere toothless worms! My venom spreads... it is the end of all things. Armageddon.
Shao Kahn: It is done. Your time has passed. Ages wasted in foolish resistance. Now is the dawn of MY rule! Yes...pray to the worms, Raiden. As your world ends...
Liu Kang also turns on Raiden after he and Raiden leave the gang to visit the Elder Gods, and everyone but Johnny and Sonya are killed by Sindel saying that everything that happened to them is his fault
Batman Arkham Asylum and it's sequel Batman Arkham City every time you die and the final confrontation with Hugo Strange. YMMV but the way how Hugo killed a good chunk of Gotham's crime rate, by killing a good majority of Arkham City's inmates makes you wonder whether that Batman had done the same, would he even be in Arkham City, let alone have had to go to Arkham Aslyum that night.
The person you choose to confront in the penultimate mission of Saints Row The Third gives you one. Considering the Sadistic Choice involved, they're both right. Interestingly, each speech is more directed towards the other choice.
Killbane: You were a fucking clown, selling energy drinks and lunch boxes. You didn’t care about the crowd, just the paycheck.
Kia: Lin. Carlos. Aisha. Johnny... all you do is let your friends die.
The second is at the end of the second game, and is directed at Alice, Luka's friend and also the Monster Lord. Luka refuses to let her get herself killed to fulfill her mother's dream (which was exactly what her mother did, until Alice slaughtered her killers and screwed everything up), and also points out that her mother's plan was wrong in the first place, since any plan that can fall apart because you underestimated one little girl clearly wasn't ever going to work.
In Rin's route, Nomiya gives her a lengthy one after she flees the exhibition, accusing her of embarrassing him and Sae, the curator (who was actually willing to let her leave, as she believed the exhibit would not suffer). He claims the entire exhibit was a waste of time, and that Rin does not have the resolve to be an artist.
Jigoro gives one to Hisao while complaining about today's youth.
Jigoro: Look at yourself. An amoral, directionless glue-huffer, with a complete lack of etiquette and absolutely no fashion sense. You are tomorrow's Japan. Disgraceful. Is this the future of this once-great country?
When Hisao tries to argue against Jigoro regarding his disdain for his daughter Shizune's work on the Student Council and not visiting her, and fails, Jigoro gives another.
Jigoro: You are very persistent. If only it was about something that mattered. I can't see what you may have learned from my daughter aside from that and how to backtalk people. Is that it?
"Listen up, ‘Maou’! Evil owes its very existence to the vestigial remnants of mankind’s bestial nature! Someone who seeks salvation through revenge, someone such as who you attempts to save his pathetic existence through misdeeds will soon realize the fragility of his own evil! Join me in laughter!”
Before and after the final boss fight of Syndicate (2012), Jack Denham lectures your Player Character on your delusions of morality, the fact that you're just a tool and calls you out on the damage you've done.
In the The Secret World mission "Life Imitating Art," horror writer Sam Krieg drops a massive one on the player; how much of it is accurate and how much of it is just drunken rambling is up to interpretation, but the fact that you can't answer back doesn't help.
You know, you're just like one of my characters: you love evil. You don't run from it, you don't try to avoid it; you welcome it, you crave it. You invite the pain and cherish the suffering. You dive right into the Filth and you make no attempt to wash it off, and when you finally climb back out, it doesn't matter how bad it smells, how the stench and the taint cling to you, you just can't wait to dive back in. Like a dope fiend hankering for a fix, you don't want it to ever end. You need it. Your entire identity, your raison d'etre is at stake. Think about it: who would you be, what would you be, without this- without your precious war on evil, without your Secret World, without your sacred brotherhoods, your ranks and titles and rituals? You'd be just another rat stuck in the race with a dead-end job, living for a paycheck and the weekends, one long booze-soaked downhill slide towards the dark and cold grave. But you probably believe in what you do, believe it's right, that it's good. You soak in it so others don't have to. You take one for the team, you bend over and spread your legs and let the darkness inside... and somehow you justify it all with utilitarian pragmatism. You're a bona fide American hero!
Get the hell outta here. Go find an abyss to jump into, go soak yourself in Filth! Maybe it'll be different this time: maybe you'll save 'em all, maybe you'll finally find some goddamn peace... some closure... You're just like every single character I've ever written:
Spec Ops The Line: The imaginary Col. John Konrad delivers one to Capt. Martin Walker, the protagonist, and in a Leaning on the Fourth Wall fashion, the player at the same time, calling out both on their power fantasy and desire to be a hero through fantastical achievements and imagined righteousness. The game outright tells the player that their desire to be badass in a virtual world is pathetic. Loading screens ask, "How many Americans did you kill today?" "Do you feel like a hero yet?" and "Can you even remember why you're here?" By the end of the game, the imaginary Konrad calls the protagonist out for it, pointing out that he was Dead All Along.
Col. John Konrad: The truth, Walker, is that you're here because you wanted to feel like something you're not...a hero.... You needed someone to blame, so you cast it on me, a dead man.
The Investigation Team of Persona 4 has plenty of these to give to Tohru Adachi in their final confrontation, but Naoto's final one is by far the most scathing:
Naoto:People can't live alone. If you give in and sever your ties to human society, it will naturally become hard to live in it. Yet you refuse to face life and admit your fault, running away from your humanity like a coward. And though you claim to find life troublesome, you caused nothing but trouble for many others! Your twisted logic is that of an immature, egotistic brat!
Yosuke's is better, in my opinion, and is what really makes Adachi snap.
Yosuke:Favored by the world, my ass. I'm going to say it flat out. You're just a worthless criminal!
Bowser seems to like giving these to his arch-nemesis in the3Dgames. "Look at you, running around like a flea on a puny planetoid. Know want isn't puny? My massive new power... The power to flatten you like a space pancake!" Of course, this doesn't stop him from getting his ass handed to him.
Dr. Andonuts delivers one to Varik before the final battle in The Halloween Hack, claiming that Varik is not a hero and that Varik should leave Dr. Andonuts alone.
Suikoden V has a very short one given to Sialeeds, who has defected to Godwin by Lucretia.
Lucretia: I know what you were trying to do, but in the end, your logic was no different from Godwin's.