SPIDERMAN , DETROIT

SPIDERMAN

Manhattan, its skyscrapers, yellow taxis, hot dogs and its iconic superhero: Spider-Man. At the height of its popularity thanks to the films dedicated to it, the Weaver has a remarkable return on console. The PS4 hosts a novel adventure of Spidey with the Big Apple for playground. Peter Parker, reporter for the Daily Bugle, puts on his red and blue suit to fight with the worst criminals in the city. Faced with the latter terrorizing New Yorkers, Spider-Man will have to unravel their dark plans, to restore a semblance of peace. On a simple but pleasant scenario, this videogame blockbuster of the season benefits mainly from an inspired artistic direction and an open world providing a rare feeling of freedom on consoles.

DETROIT: BECOME HUMAN

From the cycle of “Robots” Isaac Asimov (1950) to the Terminator James Cameron (1984), the emancipation of machines inspires stories of anticipation. Theme that develops the french studio Quantic Dream in Detroit: Become Human, its new narrative experience to discover on PS4. A title that moves away from the video game media in the traditional sense, to deliver an adventure close to the cinema. In the heart of the city of Detroit in 2038, androids are everywhere, participating in both an unprecedented social revolution, but also in the decline of an America undermined by the explosion of unemployment and the consequences of global warming, while the Third World War awaits. In this tense context, some androids rebel. Like Kara, forced to murder her violent master, while the latter was trying to kill his daughter; or Markus, herald of the cybernetic revolution that is coming. At the same time, Connor, a Detroit police investigator robot, will try to understand what drives his fellow men to free themselves from their servitude. Built on the basis of a multiple choice scenario Detroit: Become Human, is not an action game, but more a thriller worthy of a TV series. Served by sublime graphics and an inspired atmosphere, the new title of Quantic Dream often lacks rhythm to support the attention of the spectators-actors. Remains a bold work that invites to explore all its ramifications. Built on the basis of a multiple choice scenario Detroit: Become Human, is not an action game, but more a thriller worthy of a TV series. Served by sublime graphics and an inspired atmosphere, the new title of Quantic Dream often lacks rhythm to support the attention of the spectators-actors. Remains a bold work that invites to explore all its ramifications. Built on the basis of a multiple choice scenario Detroit: Become Human, is not an action game, but more a thriller worthy of a TV series. Served by sublime graphics and an inspired atmosphere, the new title of Quantic Dream often lacks rhythm to support the attention of the spectators-actors. Remains a bold work that invites to explore all its ramifications.