Did anyone else find this part of the game pitifully sad?
In which you realize that while Grey and Ashe seek to find themselves, and more about their past (which is understandable, really, given their horribly sad backstories), the wishes of the other Megamen, particularly this one, are more on the desperate side? The implications of his words don’t really hit you until you defeat him. The part that he says ‘I’ll never accept you as a Megaman’ may come off as pretencious to some people, but it’s because he believes that to be a Megaman, you have to want to change the world for the better. And then there’s that line.
It probably hits you that this is a wounded, desperate person who has tried everything to change the world for the better, and has only been wronged and betrayed by it.
And in the end, when he is given the chance to take a power inconceivable to do as he wished, he does not decide to take revenge upon the world that betrayed him, no.
He goes out of his way to wish to improve it.
In the end, none of their ‘wishes’ would come true if they won, seeing Albert’s true intentions. He did not plan to hand it over to the winner from the start, he was only using them to further his plans and they were blinded to it, all of them, out of wishing it was true with every fiber of their being.
Wishing they could change the world if they just kept fighting.