Jigsaw:"I promise that my work will continue. That I have ensured. By hearing this tape, some will assume that this is over, but I am still among you. You think it's over just because I am dead? It's not over. The games have just begun."
Detective Mark Hoffman:"Game over."
Jigsaw:"Hello Agent Perez, and welcome to the world that you have long studied. Your partner, Agent Strahm, will soon take the life of an innocent man. Heed my warning Agent Perez, your next move is critical."
Jigsaw:"Hello Officer Rigg. Welcome to your rebirth. For years you have stood by and witnessed as your colleges have fallen. You have remained untouched, while Eric Matthews has disappeared. But with your survival, came your obsession. Obsession to stop those around you for making the wrong choices. Thus, preventing you from making the right ones. You wanted to save everyone. Tonight, I give you the opportunity to face your obsession. Look closely. Eric Matthews is still alive. The block of ice he stands upon, is melting. He has but 90 minutes to save himself. Detective Hoffman's fate is linked to Eric's survival. Heed my warning, Officer Rigg. Their lives hang in the balance of your obsession. Will you learn how to let go and truly save them? The choice is yours."
Jigsaw:"Hello Officer Rigg. In order for you to fully understand my way, you must feel what I feel. The photo before you is of a man in desperate need of help. In the next room are the tools to his salvation. His life is in your hands, but in the end, only he can save himself. Be careful, there are cameras watching, and you must hide your identity."
Jigsaw:"If you are playing this tape, then you are one step closer to truly understanding how to save a life. As an officer of the law, you find yourself torn. So is the man before you a victim, or a perpetrator of violence? His salvation is out of your hands. It is your choice, if you wish, to put it into his own. Once this lesson is learned, you will find yourself one step closer to truly saving Eric Matthews. Without you, this man's game cannot begin. Force him into position to face his demons, and let him make the decision."
Jigsaw:"Hello Officer Rigg, What have you learned thus far? Experience is a harsh teacher. First comes the test, second comes the lesson. If you want to save as I save, then you will see that the person before you is but a student. So I ask you officer Rigg. Has the pupil learned her lesson? Has she been told the error of her ways? Does she now view the world differently? Officer Rigg, the key to this persons freedom lies in the palm of your hand, but only if she has done her own part. Can you play your role in her salvation? Once judgment has been made though, the key to finding your next destination is just off the map."
Jigsaw:"Hello, Officer Rigg. If you are hearing this, then you have reached Detective Mathews and Detective Hoffman in under ninety minutes, resulting in their deaths. The rules were clear. You were warned. Tonight, you faced your obsession. Will you learn how to let go? They had to save themselves. Their salvation was out of your hands. Time was on your side, but your obsession wouldn't let you wait. Instead of saving Detective Mathews, you cost him his life. You failed your final test."
Jigsaw:"You think you will walk away untested? I promise that my work will continue. You think it's over just because I am dead? It's not over. The games have just begun."