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Take control of three androids in their quest to discover who they really are.


David Cage
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Valorie Curry ... Kara (voice)
Bryan Dechart ... Connor (voice)
Jesse Williams ... Markus (voice)
Audrey Boustani Audrey Boustani ... Alice (voice)
Clancy Brown ... Hank Anderson (voice)
Evan Parke ... Luther (voice)
Lance Henriksen ... Carl Manfred (voice)
Minka Kelly ... North (voice)
Simbi Kali ... Amanda (voice)
Parker Sawyers ... Josh (voice)
Ben Lambert ... Simon / Daniel (voice)
Neil Newbon ... Elijah Kamski / Gavin Reed (voice)
Dana Gourrier ... Rose Chapman (voice)
Dominic Gould ... Todd Williams (voice)
Barry Johnson Barry Johnson ... Jeffrey Fowler (voice)

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2038. Detroit, Michigan. City of the past and the future. The existing proof of success and rebirth that humanity managed to create. The city of Detroit has brought America to one of its greatest point in history with the invention of intellectual beings that surpass human intelligence; androids. The primary work force, including maids, waitresses, construction workers, and soldiers have been replaced by the machines. Purchasable androids stand on stores with a price tag of less than a single car. But the great development came with consequences. A 37% unemployment rate as well as a massive social class gap between the riches and the poor. A city relying so much on the existence of androids yet having the poorer population against their entire existence. And the rising of some machines named 'Deviants', disobeying their code and choosing to have free will. Follow through three protagonist androids through an intriguing point of time game developers from Quantic Dream introduce; Kara, ... Written by Kara Gillians

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30 May 2018 | by beccysmedleySee all my reviews

This game is amazing; I already thought it was going to be great from the demo, which was so detailed and fun to play, and from the fact that the writer (David Cage) has written two other similarly great games (Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls).

Choice games have always been a go-to for me as well, as they make the story personal for the player by having multiple outcomes, and for Detroit, there were many outcomes instead of just a couple which shows how much time and effort has gone into creating this. One wrong choice whilst playing the game could result in very bad consequences for the character you're playing as, so throughout the game your quite tense to try and keep everyone alive.

The characters are all so unique and fun to play; they're all androids but they all have different personalities which you instantly connect to. It's also great to see how their individual stories intertwine with one another, from start to finish instead of just at the end.

The quick-time events are so tense and constantly keep you on the edge of your seat, and the action sequences are beautiful, along with the movement of the characters and the scenery; the graphics are just breath-taking.

Finally, the stories of Connor, Kara and Markus are so fun and interesting to play; they all have unique paths and you can meet so many characters along the way (these characters will create individual relationships with other characters too which is exciting, as everyone has different opinions and thoughts about certain things that happen in the game, so you have to choose who to agree with). The acting is also very good, as the actors/ actresses make you fall in love with their character and want to fight for them and in a way, protect them.

There are so many aspects of this game that make it so astoundingly beautiful and one to remember, and I'd 100% recommend it to anyone thinking about buying it, or just anyone in general.

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25 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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Detroit: Become Human See more »

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Detroit, Michigan, USA See more »

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