Wonderful. Pretty much perfect ending apart from Simon which is minor. Gg dudeJust finished the game. Fantastic game. Way better than Beyond: Two Souls.
- Kara, Alice and Luther all managed to get to Canada, super happy about it. Kara had the best storyline in the game imo. According to the world stats only 20% of players crossed the border. Suprising.
- Android won freedom for the movement (was happy I managed to do it), apparently only 45% players reached this ending, so the majority got the bad one (I assume)
- Connor became deviant, did not kill Markus at the end (blizzard storm after Amanda)
- Markus, North and Josh survived. John died when protecting Markus. Simon died on the roof
- I decided to kiss North when they were surrounded by the police/army, love beats hate, so I thought kissing North would be the best way to get out of it, not singing or sacrifice myself
- My anti-violent thoughts irl came true in the game too, happy I did not folow the violent actions for the Jericho people, but the peaceful one
- Hank never died and had a "father-son" scene with Connor at the very end of the game
- I kept the ticket, Alice comes first and my pacifict/peaceful choiced in Markus storyline in the game allowed me to no sacrifice anyone in order to enter Canada
Thx. Ive seen a bunch of other endings on YT like
No need to be afraid of spoilers here.
I avoided using the detective vision as much as possible. I like finding stuff on my own but it is always how I play these games. I explore for a long long time. NPCs are super crazy in Detroit, they had a separate department just for them in the studio. It really shows. Sometimes you can watch them for like 5 minutes and they still do new stuff. The more open world sections feel super alive as a result. Like a mini GTA almost with traffic simulation and all of that. So much dialogue too on every corner.Just started this. So far Ive met Leo, got on the bus as Kara, and finished the second crime scene with Connor.
The non-main characters have bad lip sync, and I hate the detective vision mostly because I want to move in real time while using it. It's a bit annoying going to a room and needing to pan all around it in detective mode for clues, while changing camera angles.
I also feel like Im cheating, but if its designed into the game im going to have a hard time not using it. I like reconstructing events, just not looking for clues by needing to constantly pause
The UI is slick, but a more traditional objective hud wouldnt have hurt for practicability.
Really love the graphics. Every scene feels like a small set, with some awesome character models, gorgeous settings and environments, and fantastic graphics. This is why I want more Quantic Dream games, and Id love to play more AA-AAA games in this genre. Can't believe Sony isnt pumping out more with the team that made Until Dawn.
It's impressive seeing NPCs not stuck in tiny loop animations doing nothing. NPCs here feel like they are going somewhere or invested in doing something, mostly. Hoping that continues throughout. I enjoyed being a maid as Kara oddly enough. It was like the Sims lol. Curious to see where her story goes...But I wanted to do more house chores :(
Markus so far is whatever, but his character model is cool. And Connor of course is just the best.
Love the crime scenes, and Connor is just unintentionally funny. I saw how he analyzed blood, and his line delivery is entertaining. Id love some more dark comedy with him. Seems he's become a small meme too.
My assumption with the characters is that they represent 3 moral components: Kara is totally moral, Markus turns immoral, and Connor is amoral, and just doing his job.
I really enjoyed Heavy Rain, so I hope this is just as exciting and nerve wracking. I know the story didnt make complete sense in Heavy Rain, but in the moment of playing on my first run, I never really noticed the plot holes.
You can select if to overwrite your base save starting at the point you jump in or disable saving entirely. If you finish replaying a chapter with saving enabled only the next chapter will be affected by the new decisions made, the rest remains like your original playthrough (at least until you also replay those). To see cross chapter impacts you need to play from the chapter where you made the choice to the chapter where it has an effect.
It was barely a twist considering how foreshadowed it was throughout the game. It makes plenty of sense but I can understand not liking it. It's kinda required to make the endgame work scenario wise so it has a reason for being that way. For that matter I also liked the twist in Beyond. He really only half-assed the one in Heavy Rain.
I'm so sorry. You need to fix that :(
Right!? They are the best <3
You only need to use the touchpad very rarely. You sure this is one of those motions? It has the checkered background of the actual touchpad in the background of the prompt if it is one. If there is a dot you just need to touch it once anywhere, a static arrow means a swipe from one end of the touchpad to the opposite end decently fast. If the arrow pulsates/goes back and forth it means constantly swiping back and forth without stopping. If it doesn't react at all there is a always a chance the touchpad might be broken which can be easily confirmed by going into some textbox on the system UI and use it to type
It is the tutorial one where you have the controller highlighted with the touchpad, and it says to swipe right.You only need to use the touchpad very rarely. You sure this is one of those motions? It has the checkered background of the actual touchpad in the background of the prompt if it is one. If there is a dot you just need to touch it once anywhere, a static arrow means a swipe from one end of the touchpad to the opposite end decently fast. If the arrow pulsates/goes back and forth it means constantly swiping back and forth without stopping. If it doesn't react at all there is a always a chance the touchpad might be broken which can be easily confirmed by going into some textbox on the system UI and use it to type
Which chapter and action is that? If you can't avoid it then you should test the touchpad or try a different controller. Perhaps a restart fixes it too
I think it’s the touchpad, tried a different game and no dice. I will try the controller reset next
Damn that would suck. Never heard about a busted touchpad before. I think if you switch the game to casual difficulty it will replace most of these prompts with stick motions but that's the only workaround I can think off
Fair enough :D
Yeah lol... I love this game and the civil rights themes worked well enough for me, with a couple eeeeeh cringey moments sprinkled in there, but this is too much lol.