Hello, Xavier. I want to play a game. The game I want to play is very similar to the one that you've been playing as a drug dealer. The game of offering hope to the desperate, for a price. I think we can agree that your situation is desperate. So I offer you hope. The price that you pay is that you must crawl into the same pit of squalor you force your customers into. By entering this room, a timer has been started.
*************Hello, Kerry. I want to play a game. Up until now, you have spent your life among the dead, piecing together their final moments. You're good at this because you, like them, are also dead. Dead...on the inside. You identify more with a cold corpse than you do with a living human. I believe you want to join your true family, indeed your only family, in death. The device you are wearing is hooked into your ribcage, and by the time this tape is finished, you will have one minute to find a way out. At the end of that minute...you should know better than anyone what happens then. There is a simple key that will unlock the harness, Kerry. It is right in front of you. All you have to do is reach in and take it...but do it quickly. The acid will dissolve the key in a matter of seconds... Make your choice.
*************Hello and welcome. This journey has been one of discovery and hopefully,
you've discovered the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The human body,
for instance, is an astoundingly durable creation. It contains approximately
ten pints of blood. Yet it is still able to operate with just half of that. The
device before you is one of sacrifice. A sacrifice of blood. In order to open
the door, the beaker must be filled to the marked level. A level that is of no
coincidence. This amount can come from any one of you. But that does not
matter. What does matter is time. For in 15 minutes, if the beaker is not
filled, the bombs will explode and the doors will be sealed forever. So now I
ask you: How much blood will you give in order to survive?
*************Hello, Seth. I want to play a game. Right now, you are feeling helpless. This is the same helplessness you bestowed onto others. But now, it's unto you. Some would call this karma, I call it justice. Now you served five years of what should have been a life sentence, for murder. A technicality gave you freedom, but it inhibited you from understanding the impact of taking a life. Today, I offer you true freedom. In thirty seconds, the pendulum will drop far enough to touch your body. Within sixty seconds, it will cut you in half. To avoid the pendulum, all you have to do is destroy the things that have killed... your hands. You must insert your hands and push the buttons to start the devices before you. Your bones will be crushed to dust. Will you destroy the things that have taken life in order to save one, Seth? Make your choice.