As we mentioned with God of War, we’re unable to get early access to Sony’s proprietary games, which includes Detroit: Become Human. While we did reach out to Quantic Dream as well, we did not hear back about covering the game. Thus, we had to resort to the usual methods of playing a game: waiting until release and picking it up ourselves.
And of course, we couldn’t let this one go past us, regardless of any personal feelings we might have in regards to the game. After all, it’s stirred up quite the controversy over the last few months as the release date got closer and closer. In fact, you could go so far as to say that the game has intentionally courted controversy in order to keep us talking about it for nearly a year.
We’ve had a couple hours to play around in the game, but based on its various reviews from other publications, we’re going to hold off on an impressions until we get to the end of the game. After all, it is a David Cage game, which means things are likely to take a weird dark turn at some point.
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