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Detroit: Become Human Quotes

2038. Detroit, Michigan. A place with a scarred past built itself as the leading technological state which brought the nation of America with an improved future where androids who are equal or exceeding human intelligence live among us. Primary work forces such as maids, taxi drivers and construction workers were replaced and androids are also purchasable in certain stores for individual purposes. Follow through a emotional and conflicting journey to challenge what you believed was truly right with three androids in a world that wants to stop them from being who they are. Your choices define the three characters' fate as you build them up and can effect the future of the whole country and possibly more. What sacrifices will you make to become free? What sacrifices will you make to be truly human? (IMDb) │ Produced by Quantic Dream

Kamski: By the way... I always leave an emergency exit in my programs... You never know...

Kamski (to Connor): A war is coming, you'll have to choose your side... Will you betray your own people or stand up against your creators? What could be worse than having to choose between two evils?

Hank: Let's get outta here... (pulls Connor away)

Kamski: What about you, Connor? Whose side are you on?

Connor: I have no side. I was designed to stop deviants and that's what I intend to do.

Kamski: Well, that's what you're programmed to say... but you... what do you really want?

Connor: What I want is not important.

Connor: We need to understand how androids become deviants. Do you know anything that could help us?

Kamski: All ideas are viruses that spread like epidemics... Is the desire to be free a contagious disease?

Hank: Listen, I didn't come here to talk philosophy. The machines you created may be planning a revolution. Either you can tell us something that'll be helpful, or we will be on our way.

Kamski: Deviants... Fascinating, aren't they? Perfect beings with infinite intelligence, and now they have free will... Machines are so superior to us, confrontation was inevitable... Humanity's greatest achievement threatens to be its downfall. Isn't it ironic?

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