Detroit: Become Human is an action-adventure game developed by Quantic Dream and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. The game is set in a futuristic version of Detroit, and follows the stories of three androids: Kara, Connor, and Markus. Kara must protect a young girl named Alice from her abusive father, Connor must investigate and hunt down deviant androids, and Markus must lead a revolution of androids against the humans.


The game is set in a futuristic city in which humanoid robots are common, and follows the stories of three robots: Kara, who escapes from a factory where she was built; Connor, a police detective who is tasked with hunting down deviant robots; and Markus, who leads a robot revolution. 

The gameplay of Detroit: Become Human is mostly linear, but there are a few branching paths. The player can choose how to approach various situations, and there is some minor stealth gameplay. The controls are mostly simple and easy to learn.


The graphics of Detroit: Become Human are excellent. The character models are extremely realistic, and the environments are well-detailed. The game also features some impressive lighting effects.

Replay Value

The replay value of Detroit: Become Human is high. There are multiple different endings, and the player can choose different paths to get to those endings. The game is also relatively short, so it can be completed in a single sitting.

The game features branching storylines, in which the player's choices affect the characters' fates and the course of the story. Detroit: Become Human contains over 300 decision points, and over 1000 variables as a result. The player's choices can lead to one of the game's five endings.


Detroit: Become Human is an excellent game. The graphics are top-notch, the gameplay is enjoyable, and the replay value is high. I would highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys action-adventure games.