Detroit: Become Human Has Heart, But Lacks a Great Story

<img src="https://" /><p><a href=""><em><strong>Detroit: Become Human</strong></em></a> has good intentions. It aims to use a slightly futuristic setting to make players take a step back and examine the problems that we face in our society today. Whether or not that will occur in those that purchase the PlayStation 4 exclusive remains to be seen, but after completing several endings of its branching narrative I haven't seen any reason to believe that there's anything interesting enough here to really force anyone to reassess their own prejudice.</p><p>Sadly, good intentions don't exactly equate to a great story. While director and writer David Cage clearly wanted to drive home the point that racism is bad, he never presents anything more than a rather obvious observation. <em>Detroit: Become Human</em> uses androids as a catch-all to represent the oppressed: minorities, women, those who don't conform to societal norms, and the LGBTQ+ community. However, there's little in the story beyond banging a shovel over the player's head time and time again that they're being treated similarly to slaves were in the 1800s.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Detroit: Become Human Has Heart, But Lacks a Great Story</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Detroit: Become Human Has Heart, But Lacks a Great Story</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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