SOMA. One of my top 5 games of all time, just for the concept. This MOC is the player's character coming across the remains of Jonsy and listening to their radio comms before she died.
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"Hey, come on, open up! What is this **** -- armored for the apocalypse?
"Omicron is in quarantine. This is why they didn't answer our call."
"Strasky, it's called a radio. They're not going to hear you better if you scream."
"Jonsy, you okay? Look, I know you're the strong silent type, but I need you to say something every now and then, so I know you're all right. Jonsy...Jons?"
"****s sakes. Let's try the annex again -- maybe we can break in."
"We're losing Jonsy, we need to get her inside!"
"Well get in line!"
"Alvaro, there's nothing we can do for her right now. Hit the stasis switch and let's check the annex."
This is a scene you encounter in the game SOMA. SOMA is a horror-exploration game where you wake up in a normal world, have a car accident and go to get an experimental brain scan. When the scanner lifts up you find yourself in a dark, dirty room. Turns out the scanner created a new consciousness of you, and you finally realize you're playing as this new consciousness, "activated" for an unknown reason far in the future, on the bottom of the ocean.
Turns out the Earth's surface was obliterated by a meteor and the last surviving humans are 40-some people in a research station on the bottom of the ocean. These scanners copy and paste your consciousness into a new body or a computer. The new consciousness awakens, with all the same memories up to a few moments ago, and the original person wakes up, feeling nothing has changed.
TL,DR: It's a very dark and interesting game, with serious moral dilemmas all the way through, and a bittersweet ending. Definitely worth playing through, or if you can't play it, here's a link to a funny but mostly serious playthrough.