Belial: At last! I must say, I'm disappointed in your progress, I imagined you would be here sooner. Tell me, did it trouble you to murder your brothers? Tyler: Did it trouble you when you ordered me into the abyss!? Belial: No. I had faith in you, in your ability to hate. In your self-righteous indignation. Tyler: Lies! You cannot have foreseen all of this...
[Belial teleports across the room. He walks around slowly, teleporting every once in a while]
Belial: Eternity is relentless, Tyler. When I first stole into this chamber centuries ago, I did not fathom the true power of knowledge. To know the future, Tyler, to see its paths and streams tracing out into the infinite. As a man, I could never have contained such forbidden truths, but each of us is so much more than we once were. Gazing out across the planes of possibility, do you not feel with all your soul how we have become like gods!? And as such, are we not indivisible? As long as one of us stands, we are legion. And that is why when I must sacrifice my children to the void, I can do so with a clear heart. Tyler: Very poetic, Belial, but in the end you offer no more than a convenient rationalization for your crimes.
I feel like that's a reference to a game, I just don't know which one. Assassin's Creed?
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, for the PS1.
It's a good game... Kind of. The platforming is okay, the combat is awful, and the puzzles tedious. But you play it for the story, which is sooooo good! The two sequels improve on the gameplay and puzzles, which just makes it even better. I would recommend it, but only if you can stomach the first game (Because you'll have no idea what's going on in the sequels if you don't). Also, avoid all paintings you see, if you don't want to trigger an unskippable 10 minute cutscene :P
Small problem. I don't own a PlayStation.
And really, I'm not sure I want to own any Sony system. If Walmart and eBay are any indication, they seem flimsy. If I'm lucky during a trip to Walmart, a PS3 demo might be working. Most of the time, if the analog sticks aren't busted out of place, the system froze. And I literally have yet to see a working Vita demo in Walmart. Games do seem pretty good, though.
As for Microsoft, the Xbox's do seem more durable, but I just cannot take their library seriously (GUNS, BLOOD, ZOMBIES, TOPLESS CHICKS, COL OF DOODEE).
"Fun Fact: Nothing that starts with 'Fun Fact' is fun, and half them aren't even facts." - Itennu