Detroit: Become Human

I finished playing for the first time! My thoughts

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So, this is my first post at all on Reddit, so if this is an awkward post when talking about my thoughts that's probably why, lol.

So, I have to say I enjoyed the game! I think I'll need a bit of time before I go back and play again, but I'm definitely interested in the different paths. I finished it at 4:30 in the morning last night and it was well worth the long playtime and probably ruined sleep schedule for the weekend.

I did accidentally get the Connor line decommissioned at first because I played him too sympathetically… I did look up how to not have that happened and replayed the Kamski meeting so Connor can go to Jerico… which I hated to do, but Connor is my favorite path as I love the interactions between him and Hank, and the fact that I played him as basically being a deviant without even realizing it (and he only died twice in that playthrough!).

I went with a peaceful approach for Markus – besides killing one producer when making the announcement – and one thing I did expect to happen was when the public's opinion of Jerico reached supportive that there would be more active support than just Rose. I thought I would see things like humans joining in marches or helping get supplies for the deviants, I was expecting to see people breaking quarantine to go support androids in the barricade. I was just surprised in the end that none of that happened – there were plenty of opportunities to show this kind of thing. It was almost disappointing at the end to not have anything like that happen and it was just "oh okay yeah let's stop killing for a bit".

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Kara and Alice was a sweet story, although I did start to play a bit more paranoid towards the end. I'm not happy to say that I took the family with a baby's tickets… but I was short on time and didn't feel like I had much of a choice. I was able to get out with both Luther and Alice in the end! I wanted Luther to join in on the hug so many times, especially at the end – although I understand why he didn't. with Alice, I think it was a good twist to have her be an android as well. I did find myself thinking "when was the last time this child ate?" and "shouldn't she eat before she goes to sleep?" and the like, and it does make sense thinking back on how things went.

I do have one question about her storyline, though: does her story not start in Detroit? It seems like they spend so much time leaving, only to come back to the city to leave again.

Connor's part in the final chapter – or, at least how it was in my game – wasn't as good as I was expecting. I thought I would have an encounter with Amanda before the attempted assassination – and more interactions with Hank at the end, although the hostage situation was a good way to wrap it up.

Overall, I enjoyed the game but the ending wasn't as good as I thought it could be – but that could have been the expectations I set up for myself with some aspects or just the results of my choices. I'm not sure right now, but I will have to play it again later.

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