I've played through Detroit: Become Human several times now and gotten a platinum trophy in it, Overall, the game falls in the category of love it or hate it to me
The characters are fairly well written and the actors are very good (the actors for all three playable androids, Hank and Carl are huge standouts. Hank being played by Clancy Brown and Carl by Lance Henrikson definitely help here)
What lets the game down is that it has a hamfisted and somewhat anvilicious approach to subject matter and makes flawed analogies, while i loved the stories of the three playable characters and their journeys, and found myself empathizing and caring for them and several of the cast around them, the overall theme the game tries to tackle is racism in America and it just doesn't really work and at times its overly anvilicious. Better writers and reviewers with better qualifications to do so have delved into the multiple reasons why, but suffice to say theres just a fairly big difference between the struggles faced by minorities in our country today and androids in a hypothetical future. The anvilicious usage of things like Androids being forced to ride in the back of the bus is probably one of the worst offenders of it. Made even worse when most androids are NOT sentient beings and ARE just complex machines following orders with no free will, emotions or desires of their own, making them little better than an advanced Siri on legs...
But besides that, I still enjoyed the characters themselves and the focus on their own unique struggles, Gameplay wise this isnt really much of a game, Its a series of quick time events like prior David Cage games, The downside is that sometimes they do not register correctly, do not make logical sense (making them difficult to predict) and some of the combinations you need to press requiring contortions and two hands to achieve to do something minor. The addition of motion controls to it which don't seem to work very well on the PS4 just adds to the frustration with them.
I enjoyed the multiple choices plus some of the really fun ways you can mess about with the game. The game did make me feel genuinely sad, happy and scared at multiple points and it really is best to just do a blind playthrough and accept your choices before going and messing around. Also multiple playthroughs and taking multiple paths is the only way to really understand large aspects of what exactly is going on.
If you're a fan of say...Blade Runner or Westworld, you'll probably like it, as will casual gamers looking for a good story and something to show off their new HDR TV (THe game looks fantastic in HDR and high resolution on the PS4 Pro BTW) But if you're looking for a more involved game, or something that is tackling serious social issues more competently its probably best to look elsewhere.