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METAL GEAR SOLID 英文剧情对白——2(2)

时间:2008-06-07 02:34来源:谍海游龙-MGCN 作者:RAY 点击:
ARMORY STH S: Am I too late? K.B.: Oooooo...Huhuuhuhuh... S: He's alive... S: You're the ArmsTech president, Kenneth Baker, right? Don't worry, I'm here to save you. K.B.: Noooo! Don't touch it... S:

 

ARMORY STH

S: Am I too late?

K.B.: Oooooo...Huhuuhuhuh...

S: He's alive...

S: You're the ArmsTech president, Kenneth Baker, right? Don't worry, I'm here to save you.

K.B.: Noooo! Don't touch it...

S: C4!

R.O.: Right. Touch that wire...and the C4 will blow up along with the old man!

R.O.: So you're the one that the Boss keeps talking about.

S: And you?

R.O.: Special Operations FOX-HOUND...Revolver Ocelot.

R.O.: I've been waiting for you, Solid Snake.

R.O.: Now we'll see if the man can live up to the legend!

R.O.: This is the greatest handgun ever made. The Colt Single Action Army.

R.O.: Six bullets. More than enough to kill anything that moves.

R.O.: Now I'll show you why they call me..."Revolver".

R.O.: Draw!

 

VS OCELOT

R.O.: Draw!

 

R.O.: Hiding won't help you. I understand the bullets, you see. I make them go where I want.

 

R.O.: I love to reload during a battle. There's nothing like the feeling of slamming a long silver bullet into a well greased chamber...

R.O.: All right! I'm alive again! Let's go!

 

R.O.: You better hurry up. The old man's not gonna last too long.

 

R.O.: Don't you want to settle this?

R.O.: I love the smell of cordite...You know...that sulfury smell...

R.O.: But to you, it'll be the smell of your own death.

 

R.O.: You're pretty good. Just what I'd expect from the man with the same code as the boss. It's been a long time since I had such a good fight...but I'm just getting warmed up.

R.O.: What!

R.O.: My hand!!!

K.B.: Aaaaaahhh!!

R.O.: Uuuunnhh! Ooooof!!

R.O.: Stealth camouflage!

R.O.: Can't you even die right!? You were lucky. We'll meet again!

S: Who are you!

Ninja: I'm like you...I have no name.

K.B.: Ohhh...ohhhh! That...that exoskeleton...!

NJ: Ggggyyyaaaaaaahhh!!! Ggggyyyyaaaaaaaahhh!!! Gggggyyyyyaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!

S: Who the hell...?

 

S: Can you talk?

K.B.: Who are you?

S: I'm not one of them. The DARPA Chief told me he gave them his detonation code. What about yours?

K.B.: Oh, I get it. Jim sent you...You...you're from the Pentagon.

S: Answer my question! What about your code!? There's no time!

K.B.: I...talked.

S: What! Now the terrorists have both codes and can launch anytime!

K.B.: It's not like I didn't fight. I managed to resist Psycho Mantis' mind probe.

S: He couldn't read you? How'd you do it?

K.B.: Surgical implants in my brain.

S: Surgical implants?

K.B.: Kind of like a psychic insulation. Everyone who knows these top-secret codes has it.

S: Even the DARPA Chief?

K.B.: Of course.

S: But the DARPA Chief said Mantis got his code by reading his mind.

K.B.: Are you sure you heard him right?

S: Yeah, I'm sure...In that case, how did they get your code?

K.B.: I never had any training on how to resist torture...

S: It looks like he had some fun with you all right.

K.B.: He's not human. I tell you he loved every second of it...

S: What happened to your arm.

K.B.: He broke it.

S: Looks like you're more than even now. His was sliced off.

K.B.: Ha. You're a funny man.

K.B.: ...So...the DARPA Chief...is he okay?

S: Dead.

K.B.: What!? It can't be! You know, that's not what you promised, Jim! Now you want to shut me up!

S: Calm down! What's wrong with you? I just told you I was here to save you! I didn't kill the DARPA Chief. He had a heart attack or something...

K.B.: A heart attack? Oh, don't be a fool...

S: Anyway, the terrorists have both codes now.

K.B.: Those boys are totally insane. They wouldn't hesitate to launch...

S: I agree. But what do they really want?

K.B.: Who knows. Maybe they're like us in the arms industry...Always looking forward to the next good war...

S: Well I'm not going to let these maniacs start a war today.

S: Do you still have the card keys?

K.B.: Card keys?

S: To override the detonation code! I heard you had them...

K.B.: No, not anymore...

S: What!? Who does then!? Not the terrorists!?

K.B.: No. That woman.

S: Woman!? Who?

K.B.: A soldier that was thrown in prison along with me.

S: A female soldier? It must be...

K.B.: She said that she had just joined up as a new recruit. They threw her in prison...'cause she refused to take part in the rebellion.

S: A new recruit? Could that be the Colonel's niece!?

K.B.: I gave her the key. Looks like she managed to break out of here though. I hope she's okay.

S: I'm sure she is. She's green...but as tough as they come. But how did you know she escaped?

K.B.: I was in contact with her by Codec. Until I was tied up here that is.

S: Codec?

K.B.: Yes. She stole it from the guard. If she still has it, you should be able to contact her.

S: I'm sure she still has it. What frequency was she at?

K.B.: Oh yeah. Let me tell you. It's...

K.B.: Huh?

K.B.: ...Oh...Sorry....

K.B.: ...I forgot.

S: Damn!

K.B.: Oh that's right! It should be on the back of the CD case. Try to contact her.

S: I'll contact her right away. But tell me...if this doesn't work, is there some other way to prevent the missile launch?

K.B.: Hmmm. You need to find Hal Emmerich, one of my employees.

S: Who's that?

K.B.: The team leader of the Metal Gear Rex project. A genius at engineering, but a little bit of an oddball. If there's anyone who can figure out how to stop Metal Gear from launching, it's him.

S: What if he can't come up with anything?

K.B.: You'll have to destroy it. Emmerich knows how to destroy Metal Gear.

S: Where is this Emmerich?

K.B.: Well...he's probably being held somewhere in the...Nuclear Warhead Storage Building. It's north from here. That's where he worked.

S: I understand, but...why Metal Gear? The Nuclear Age ended with the turn of the millenium.

K.B.: You're wrong. The threat of nuclear war isn't gone...

K.B.: ...in fact it's greater than it's ever been.

 

K.B.: The amount of spent nuclear fuel and plutonium is increasing even today. Listen, have you ever seen a warehouse full of nuclear material?

S: ...No.

K.B.: Drums and drums of nuclear waste stacked this high, as far as you can see...because there's still no real way to dispose of the stuff.

S: So they just close the lid and try to pretend like it'll go away?

K.B.: Essentially, yes.

K.B.: And they're not even doing a good job of storing it. Many of the drums are corroded, with nuclear waste seeping out of them.

S: Unbelievable.

K.B.: Not only that, several pounds of MUF are reported every year.

S: MUF?

K.B.: It stands for "material unaccounted for".

K.B.: It proves that there's a large and well organized black market in nuclear materials. Furthermore, since the end of the Cold War, Russian nuclear engineers, in particular, are out of work with nowhere to turn.

 

K.B.: In other words, there's plenty of available nuclear material and scientists...for making a bomb. We live in an age when any small country...can have a nuclear weapons program.

S: What about the other superpowers?

K.B.: Russia and China still maintain a significant nuclear presence. Complete nuclear disarmament is an impossibility...To maintain our own policy of deterrence, we need a weapon of overwhelming power.

S: You mean Metal Gear.

K.B.: Yes. You know, our industry suffered quite a blow...as a result of the cuts in military budgets...due to this so-called "peace".

S: I remember hearing a lot about mergers and takeovers among the big weapons makers.

K.B.: Yes. And after my company lost their bid to produce the Air Force's next line of fighter jet, the Metal Gear system was our last ace in the hole. That's why we pushed to have Metal Gear developed as a black project.

S: Black project?

K.B.: Secret projects paid for by the Pentagon's black budget. You can avoid a lot of red tape and get a great leadtime on your weapons production. And no one can bother you...Not even those bleeding heart liberals on the military oversight committee.

S: Bribes...

K.B.: I prefer to think of it as good business...Anyway, Metal Gear was going to be formally adopted...after the results of this exercise were analyzed...

S: I don't give a crap about you and your company.

K.B.: Yes. That's about what I'd expect from a grunt like you...

K.B.: Here. This is what you came for, right?

S: What's that?

K.B.: An optical disk. It's all here. The main hard drive was destroyed by gunfire. This is the only remaining copy of the data.

S: What kind of data?

K.B.: All the data collected from this exercise.

K.B.: Don't play dumb. I know you were sent to get this. I hid it from that sadistic maniac while he was torturing me. They don't know that this disk exists. Make sure that you report this to Jim...to your boss. I'll give you my card too. It'll open up all security level 2 doors.

S: Can you walk?

K.B.: ...No...You go on without me. They got my password...they don't want anything else from me.

S: I have one more question. Who or what was that ninja thing? It looked like you knew something.

K.B.: That ninja? That was FOX-HOUND's dark little secret...

S: Dark little secret?

K.B.: An experimental...genome...soldier...

S: You know him?

K.B.: You should ask Dr. Naomi Hunter from FOX-HOUND. She knows better than I...

S: Naomi?

K.B.: You've got to stop them...If it goes public, my company and I are...finished...

S: What? Doesn't Metal Gear use currently existing technology?

K.B.: Metal Gear itself does, but...

S: Huh!?

K.B.: What...what did you do to me!? Uh...Oooh...No!..Ooh…Oh no, It can't be!...those Pentagon bastards!...So they...they actually went and did it...!

S: What are you talking about!

K.B.: They...they're just...using you for...uuuhhh...Uuuuhhh...

S: What the hell?

 

 

 

DOCK

L: Stay alert! He'll be through here...I know it. I'm going to swat down a couple of bothersome flies.

 

CODEC

S: This is Snake. Colonel, can you hear me?

C: Loud and clear.

C: What's the situation, Snake?

S: Looks like the elevator in the back is the only way up.

C: Just as I expected. You'll have to take the elevator to the surface. But make sure nobody sees you. If you need to, contact me by Codec. The frequency is 140.85. When you want to use the Codec, push the Select Button. When we need to contact you, the Codec will beep. When you hear that noise, press the Select Button. The Codec's receiver directly stimulates the small bones of your ear. No one but you will be able to hear it.

S: Got it. Okay. I'm ready to go.

 

 

HELIPORT

CODEC

S: It's Snake. I'm in front of the disposal facility.

C: Excellent, Snake. Age hasn't slowed you down one bit.

(若在DOCK 处时间过长,相应的对话:

  C: That took a long time. I guess you're feeling a little rusty.

  S: Don't worry. It's been a while but it's all coming back to me.

N: How's that Sneaking Suit working out?

S: I'm nice and dry, but it's a little hard to move.

N: Bear with it. It's designed to prevent hypothermia. This is Alaska, you know.

S: Take it easy, I'm grateful. If it weren't for your suit and your shot, I would've turned into a popsicle out there.

N: An anti-freezing peptide, Snake. All of the Genome Soldiers in this exercise are using it.

S: I see. I'm relieved to hear that. Already tested, huh? By the way, how's the diversionary operation going?

C: Two F-16s just took off from Galena and are headed your way. The terrorist's radar should have already picked them up.

 

S: A Hind D? Colonel, what's a Russian gun ship doing here?

C: I have no idea...but it looks like our little diversion got their attention. Now's your best chance to slip in unnoticed!

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