Because I enjoyed Heavy Rain? Because I played through Indigo Prophecy? Because I don’t want to see another game handle topics by just tossing them to the side? I love Visual Novels and I love story-driven games. I apologize if my tone was aggressive in my initial comment, but I think that I’m allowed to comment on what I believe the state of Cage’s games are.
I am definitely not going to give him the benefit of the doubt, but I figured Detroit would be a whatever-game and then everyone would forget about it. Hell, there was that article not long ago where Cage states, " I didn’t want to deliver a message to mankind with this game. I just want to ask questions" which to me seems counter-intuitive to this newer trailer. This new trailer touches on something deep and important to the majority of people, and then pretends as if there’s going to be hundreds of different ways to save this child, or maybe to let her get beat. But past experience shows that that is not going to happen, and I really don’t want more games that handle these topics poorly. I also wanted to highlight that Cage’s games are problematic and he has not tried to steer away from that at all.