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What is human? It's a question that was beloved of dear old Phil Dick, and it's one that underpins Quantic Dream's animated short Kara, the PS3-powered tech demo that stopped GDC in its tracks earlier this week. It tells an arresting story, and no matter where you stand on David Cage's melodramatic style of writing it's hard to deny that on this imagined futuristic factory line there's a certain humanity that's been captured, lending it a resonance that few other games care to replicate.
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