PC World writes: "Too Human's story is a lumbering, clanging muddle, a clumsy collision of canned dialogue and confusing narrative. On a planet (Earth?) populated by cybergods modeled after the Aesir of Norse mythology, myth meets mech. At first it seems like a riff on Roger Zelazny's Hugo-winning 1967 sci-fi novel Lord of Light, about the perils of fabricated divinity. Unfortunately, the only thing Too Human--the first chapter in a proposed trilogy by director Denis Dyack--explores in depth are the pitfalls of tedious melodrama."