Too Human offers a futuristic take on Norse Mythology. The land of ice and snow has become a post-apocalyptic world shrouded in nuclear winter. Supernatural monsters have given way to self-aware machines and adventuring gods, blessed with superhuman abilities are now military heroes, enhanced with cybernetic technologies. Where the ancient Scandinavian tales explored the line that exists between mere men and those whose actions would lead them to immortality, Silicon Knights uses the legends to ask if the line between humanity and technology might not one day disappear. Should our species grow and evolve naturally as it has so far or will technology change the course of evolution forever? What is the real natural order? Very early in the game you are asked to pick a side, to choose between representing cybernetics or pure humanity. Neither choice changes the story, there are no different "paths" to explore, just different choices in weapons and armor. The villains are cybernetic while the humans are innocent and the gods you play as rest somewhere in between. Sadly, the game doesn't really discuss the interesting questions it poses, and quickly falls into the usual battle between Good versus Evil.