I’ve played Fahrenheit and I really enjoyed it, however, the last third of the game was a mess. It did not completely ruin the experience for me, but it was bad, I think the game deserved better.
I’ve also played Beyond, but I never got to finish it. I don’t’ know, there was something off that made me never want to go back and finish it.
So, for me, Quantic’s best game is Heavy Rain, even with all its flaws (and I know it has quite a bit). I’ve always liked games or books that allowed us to shape, at least in some way, the outcome of the plot. For instances, when I was a kid, Resident Evil 2 blew my mind with the possibility to have different endings and 4 play troughs (they were quite similar, but still…), so with Heavy Rain’s great amount of different outcomes, and the engaging plot (I’m also aware of the plot holes) it made me really love the game. However, I haven’t played it in a long time, so, I don’t know if it has aged well.
I haven’t yet played Detroit, but I’m eagerly awaiting to do so. I think it will change my opinion regarding Quantic Dream’s best game.
Its time, Solid Snake : ) The summer and the game are waiting for you =) Its really fantastic. PS: And the game has psychology and philosophy-elements, like Metal Gear Solid 1-4. i love both < 3