Over the summer we got in a lot of playing Detroit: Become Human.
If you haven’t played this game yet and you have a PS4, I very highly recommend it.
Little Miss was very inspired by the game and created four pieces of art for it. I’ve posted them on twitter before, but I thought I’d highlight her three “character-centric” pieces here too.
I’m not going to give much background on any of them, just in case you’re somebody who is interested in playing the game, but those of you who have played through a few times should hopefully recognize some key scenes.
Yesterday I participated in a really awesome event for Great Games Done Slow which was a fundraising event for Checkpoint.
You can catch the whole thing below though I’ve set the embedded clip to take you right to near where mine starts.
(These were supposed to be embedded but WordPress doesn’t seem to want to do that.)
But if you want some funny highlights that don’t really require much context…
Well, it’s easy to put a date on this picture because it’s the release date for Detroit: Become Human, May 25, 2018.
There’s a funny backstory to this though.
The announcement came out for this two years ago at E3. The developers of Beyond Two Souls and Heavy Rain bringing us a game on the PS4? Yes please!
Redlfare excitedly pre-orders it, trusting Amazon’s estimated release date of December 31, 2016… and then it suddenly becomes December 31, 2017 when she goes to check it.
She’d ordered it for me for Christmas that year (2016) with a sweet little IOU slip. We do that sometimes for games. I know I certainly don’t mind waiting for an awesome game when the release date is already close to a special occasion.
Amusingly, this came out two days after my birthday in 2018, so maybe she preordered my birthday gift two years early? 😉
This has been a very highly anticipated game for my household though, and eventually there will be a section of scenes played by yours truly over on Monk of Mists https://monkofmists.wordpress.com/ . It’s sort of a pain in the butt to set up recording the PS4 reliably, so I’m probably not going to do that, but if you don’t mind spoilers of random scenes from that game, they’ll be on that blog once the game has been out for a while longer.
My review of it so far? Fantastic. I can’t wait to watch Redflare and the teenagers play it and see how our two stories differ.
Here we go!
Pop on over to Monk of Mists for my entry.
Meanwhile, in the other corner we have Teri Mae hosting her entry.
You can find my links to Match 1 and Match 2 as well.
You want results from the matches? Well, you’ll have to head over and enjoy Adventure Rules’ content for that.
So stay tuned there at the end of this week for who wins in the strange match of Ganondorf v Sigma!
Like I mentioned before, you can find my future post next week over on Monk of Mists.
For now, step forth and enjoy Thel Vadam and Xehanort!
Time to fly on over to check out Totalitarian Tea Time with Bowser and Marjolaine!
You’ll see me participating as Sigma coming up in a couple of weeks.
If you want to learn about everybody participating in the meantime, head on over to Adventure Rules proper or if you want additional details about the event..
I’ll be hosting my adventures over on Monk of Mists which is my more gaming focused site so everyone knows which space to watch August 17th.