Detroit: Become Human Has Potential But It Targets A Certain Audience

Lex: Even if Nathan Drake wasn’t in the spotlight for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, its versatile supporting characters like Nadine Ross and Chloe Frazer showed that they can be the main characters. God of War’s launch just a few days ago got critically acclaimed, even our own Carri Raff Abenoja scored the newest entry with almost a perfect score calling the game “gorgeous”. Insomniac Games’ highly-anticipated Spider-Man is bringing all the fire. Now, the next PS4 exclusive in line is going to be Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human.

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DarkVoyager177d ago (Edited 177d ago )

I was one that didn’t care for David Cage games but after playing the Demo I quickly changed my mind. Detroit: Become Human somehow feels different. I really enjoyed the game and will be picking it up.

Inzo176d ago

So you never played Heavy Rain?

Eonjay177d ago

For this title, these opinions are pointless because you can download the free demo and make up your own damn mind. Downloading mine to try after work.

Pancit_Canton177d ago (Edited 177d ago )

It's a game for me, that's for sure.

ArchangelMike177d ago

I'm really looking forward to D:BH. I enjoyed the demo, and was pleasantly surprised at some of the endings, and how my choices led to those endings.

Tross177d ago

Isn't that true of all games, and media in general? This just in: CoD is targeted towards FPS fans, Ni no Kuni II is targeted towards JRPG fans, and yes, this game is targeted towards an audience that enjoys games with a strong focus on the narrative. Your point?

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