Twisted Metal: Black (2001 Video Game)
Sweet Tooth: When they captured me, all I could think was, "What a waste!" All those people I hadn't killed yet. Come the night of my execution, there must have been over a thousand people gathered outside to watch me fry. I was upset about that. There should have been more.
Sweet Tooth: The contest was over. So I went and saw Calypso and asked him to make good on his promise. To bring an end to all my pain. To bring an end to the curse. He offered me a vial. He said inside it held the blood of the man who cursed me on the night of my execution. He told me if I drank it, my curse would be over. But he also said, if I ever returned to my killing ways, the antidote would wear off. And the curse would come back to haunt me. I had to decide... It took me all of ten seconds.
Sweet Tooth: [He stomps on the vial, shattering it]
Sweet Tooth: Let's face it, boys and girls: A man has to have his priorities. I killed Calypso about as well as I've ever killed anyone.
Sweet Tooth: Now that I'm free, I'm going to be the greatest of all time.
Sweet Tooth: When they captured me, the only thing I could think was, "What a waste." All those people I hadn't killed yet.
Mr. Grimm: Sometimes the mind can bend so far, that it snaps in two.
Mr. Grimm: They say the mind bends and twists to deal with the horrors of life... I think mine bent so much it snapped in two.
Sweet Tooth: I killed Calypso about as well as I've killed anyone. Now that I'm free, I'm going to be the greatest of all time!
No Face: Ya know, I had seen fear in a man's eyes before, but this was different. I knew that payback was going to be brutal. Ya know, after all these years, I still have a snap in that left hook of mine!
Cage: [after winning tournament] The city was afraid of that clown freak, now, they haven't seen nothing yet!
Dollface: If I took the key, Mr. Creel was gonna die! Why couldn't he just have been nice to me?
Preacher: It was Judgment Day in that church - And I was the Angel of Death!
Preacher: A man cannot hide from himself; there is only one path for me.
Billy Ray Stillwell: Junk Yard Dog: It may have only been the second time I killed someone, but it felt so damn good! I think I was beginning to see my true calling so I done gave up on farming and moved into the city. In a place like that well who knows what kind of trouble an old red neck like me can get in to!