Quantic Dream, the developers of several PlayStation exclusive titles such as Heavy Rain and more recently, Detroit: Become Human, has lost a court case against
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An in-game survey at the end of Detroit: Become Human reveals some interesting statistics about how the media views a future dominated by A.I.
I’ve always appreciated a game that tries to say something, even if the comment is a warning about a future that may never come. That’s
Get ready to hop into your android body and solve crimes because Detroit: Become Human will be released on May 25, 2018.
This week Brendan Frye, Phil Brown, Jordan Biordi, and Lisa Mior take a look at some of the newest information to come out of Nintendo,
Quantic Dream released an official response to the recent toxic workplace allegations.
When Heavy Rain first released for the PlayStation 3 back in 2010, developer Quantic Dream and creative director David Cage quickly and dramatically left their
When Beyond: Two Souls originally launched on the PlayStation 3 in the Fall of 2013 amid heavy marketing by Sony, it was met with mixed
It was announced via the PlayStation Blog that the PS3 Quantic Dream catalog will be coming to the PS4.
In a move that’s a little bit baffling. David Cage’s second big game, known as Fahrenheit in Europe and Indigo Prophecy in North America, is
Indulge me, please. I have a complaint. Yeah, it will probably seem like a pretty minor one in the grand scheme of things, but, all
I saw a rather interesting lecture on romance in games and the potential of romance-themed games at the Montreal International Game Summit, by Schell Games’
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