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Quantic Dream is a UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}-based VideoGame developer studio founded in 1997 by David De Gruttola, better known under his pen name David Cage. The studio's games are famous for their cinematic and [[EmotionalTorque emotion- and thought-provoking storylines]], but perhaps equally infamous for the amount of [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Events]] that dominate the gameplay.

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Quantic Dream is a UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}-based VideoGame developer studio founded in 1997 by David De Gruttola, better known under his pen name David Cage. The studio's games are famous for their cinematic and [[EmotionalTorque emotion- and thought-provoking storylines]], but perhaps equally infamous for the amount of [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Events]] that dominate the gameplay. For an Eastern counterpart, see Creator/KojimaProductions, another studio spearheaded by a [[Creator/HideoKojima man]] with a similar penchant for story-driven games (though his games generally have more gameplay; [[GameplayToStoryRatio relatively speaking.]])

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Quantic Dream is a UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}-based VideoGame developer studio founded in 1997 by David De Gruttola, better known under his pen name David Cage. The studio's games are famous for their cinematic and [[EmotionalTorque emotion- and thought-provoking storylines]], but perhaps equally infamous for the amount of {{Quick Time Event}}s that dominate the gameplay.

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Quantic Dream is a UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}-based VideoGame developer studio founded in 1997 by David De Gruttola, better known under his pen name David Cage. The studio's games are famous for their cinematic and [[EmotionalTorque emotion- and thought-provoking storylines]], but perhaps equally infamous for the amount of {{Quick Time Event}}s [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Events]] that dominate the gameplay.


* ''VideoGame/DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)

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* ''VideoGame/DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)(2018)


* ''WebVideo/{{Kara}}'' (2012): The tech demo for what would become ''Detroit'', produced in 2011 but unreleased to public for a year. Similarities between the eponymous character and ''Beyond'''s heroine Jodi have been noted.

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* ''WebVideo/{{Kara}}'' (2012): The tech demo for what would become ''Detroit'', produced in 2011 but unreleased to the public for a year. Similarities between the eponymous character and ''Beyond'''s heroine Jodi have been noted.


* ''[[VideoGame/OmikronTheNomadSoul Omikron: The Nomad Soul]]'' (1999; Dreamcast, PC; [=PlayStation=] port cancelled)

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* ''[[VideoGame/OmikronTheNomadSoul Omikron: The Nomad Soul]]'' ''VideoGame/OmikronTheNomadSoul'' (1999; Dreamcast, PC; [=PlayStation=] port cancelled)



* ''Videogame/BeyondTwoSouls'' (2013)
* ''Videogame/DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)

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* ''Videogame/BeyondTwoSouls'' ''VideoGame/BeyondTwoSouls'' (2013)
* ''Videogame/DetroitBecomeHuman'' ''VideoGame/DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)


Quantic Dream is a {{Paris}}-based VideoGame developer studio founded in 1997 by David De Gruttola, better known under his pen name David Cage. The studio's games are famous for their cinematic and [[EmotionalTorque emotion- and thought-provoking storylines]], but perhaps equally infamous for the amount of {{Quick Time Event}}s that dominate the gameplay.

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Quantic Dream is a {{Paris}}-based UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}-based VideoGame developer studio founded in 1997 by David De Gruttola, better known under his pen name David Cage. The studio's games are famous for their cinematic and [[EmotionalTorque emotion- and thought-provoking storylines]], but perhaps equally infamous for the amount of {{Quick Time Event}}s that dominate the gameplay.


* ''The Dark Sorcerer'' (2013): Tech demo for the [=Playstation=] 4. Notable for being a comedy, especially surprising considering all of Quantic Dream's previous projects all took themselves seriously.

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* ''The Dark Sorcerer'' (2013): Tech demo for the [=Playstation=] 4. Notable for being a comedy, especially surprising considering all of Quantic Dream's previous projects all took themselves seriously.


* ''DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)

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* ''DetroitBecomeHuman'' ''Videogame/DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)


* ''Detroit: Become Human'' (TBA)

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* ''Detroit: Become Human'' ''DetroitBecomeHuman'' (TBA)


* ''[Detroit: Become Human]'' (TBA)

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* ''[Detroit: ''Detroit: Become Human]'' Human'' (TBA)


* ''[[Detroit: Become Human]]'' (TBA)

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* ''[[Detroit: ''[Detroit: Become Human]]'' Human]'' (TBA)


* ''Detroit: Become Human'' (TBA)

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* ''Detroit: ''[[Detroit: Become Human'' Human]]'' (TBA)


* ''Heavy Rain Chronicles Episode 1: The Taxidermist''
* ''Heavy Rain: Move Edition''

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* ** ''Heavy Rain Chronicles Episode 1: The Taxidermist''
* ** ''Heavy Rain: Move Edition''



* ''Detroit: Become Human'' (TBA)



* ''Detroit: Become Human''


* ''WebVideo/{{Kara}}'' (2012): The tech demo for ''Beyond'', produced in 2011 but unreleased to public for a year. Similarities between the eponymous character and ''Beyond'''s heroine Jodi have been noted.

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* ''WebVideo/{{Kara}}'' (2012): The tech demo for ''Beyond'', what would become ''Detroit'', produced in 2011 but unreleased to public for a year. Similarities between the eponymous character and ''Beyond'''s heroine Jodi have been noted.

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