Recently reviewed Detroit: Become Human felt like an obvious opponent of the classic Heavy Rain. André Wigert has tried to figure out which is better.
I wish Quantum Dreams would turn The Dark Sorceror into a fully fledged game like they did for Kara with Detroit
I’m sure they will do it in the future.
I would love to see that turned into a fully fledged game. That was so darn funny!
Heavy rain its better in my view.
I love heavy rain but I disagree.
Very unpopular opinion... but you like what you like.
I've played heavy rain but not Detroit, yet. Heavy rain is a classic! Absolutely love it!
The best points of Detroit were better than the best points of Heavy Rain in my opinion but many of the Marcus chapters were not particularly good, detracting from the overall experience.
Detroit is without a doubt the best work from QD. I am super excited to see what they will work on next.
Dbh > every david cage game before it
I can see them doing a heavy rain like game set with Conor, since his character and storyline were received very well.
They probably won't, and this is why: they make standalone games. That's what makes David Cage's games so unique. They may have their flaws, but you can explore so many different avenues without worrying about which is canon and which isn't. Your first playthough is your main experience, then if you choose, you can see them all. While the games he makes aren't 100% free choice, they most certainly go beyond the illusion of choice that other games provide (like Telltale Games and Mass Effect). Don't get me wrong here, I love most of Telltale's games and Bioware's as well, but when it comes down to it, they have to have decisions make less impact in order to make sequels. Look at Walking Dead for example: when you choose to save either of the characters from the first episode (Doug or Carley), ****SPOILER**** they just kill them off later to avoid having to write what essentially becomes two different games. I can guarantee the last season of The Walking Dead will have some crazy choices since it's not setting up a sequel. Hell, look at ME3, ending aside, that game had some of the biggest and best choices in the series because they didn't have to continue the story. I understand why it has to be done, especially in an industry pining for sequels. That's why I think Cage's games are a breath of fresh air sometimes. Imagine all the calculations they'd have to make to have a compatible sequel to Detroit. I haven't even beaten the games, but those flow charts are crazy. They'd have to account for all those outcomes, plus make another game on top of it. That would be nuts.
I think Detroit beats any game in the genre because it really delivers on the promise to live your own story. However DCage said recently, can give you the link if you wish, Detroit BH is the first part of a franchise because there's a lot to tell in that universe. Now its probably up to Sony to fund the sequels
I can't see them doing a sequel, but I'll settle for some DLC with more Hank/Connor detective missions.
Detroit is the better game “in my opinion” But I can understand why some would say they enjoyed Heavy Rain more. Heavy Rain was such a different game when it released 8 years ago. Still one of my absolute favorite gaming experiences!
Just bought Detroit haven't played it yet, but a hunch tells me heavy rain will take the top spot here that game was fantastic.
Controls, Detroit hands down
Detroit obviously I mean there’s an 8 year difference in technology and much better pacing.
heavy rain easily thanks to the story alone in my opinion
lets not compare two amazing games. yes they share the some.of the same gameplay mechanics but their stories are completely different
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