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RaptorChrist said:
Detroit was an extremely ambitious game that's deserving of far more sales than it's gotten, but I'm glad it's doing well. Personally, Heavy Rain was my favorite of the QD games, mainly due to the setting. I wasn't into the whole Robot/AI thing, as I found it hard to accept the fact that robots have feelings, despite the game clearly trying to make me feel sorry for them. But yeah, they are robots! They are machines! Why should I feel sorry for them, or feel as though they should be members of society like everyone else. They are running computer programs with no heart; just the imitation of feelings.

I understand how they can have emulated emotions, but really my empathy didn't kick in for them. The father in Heavy Rain though....



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