There don't seem to be many posts about first playthroughs on this sub so I'd like to share mine and would love to read others as well.
I tried hard to keep him alive but ended up dying lots of times. I died right at the start saving the hostage from Daniel. At first I thought about making friends with Hank, but grew tired of him being pissed all the time, so I ended up not caring for him much at the beginning. Carlos Ortiz’s Android killed me during the interrogation. I didn't go after Kara on the highway cause I really wanted them to make it to the other side. When pursuing Rupert, I continued chasing him since I saw Hank got a high chance of survival, but I didn't think he would take it that bad. I didn't shoot the Tracis because I genuinely felt bad about them. During Public Enemy, I wanted to make it up to Hank, so when chasing the deviant I ended up protecting him and dying again. I shot the Chloe because I really wanted answers and once again, I didn't think Hank would be so affected. He obviously didn't buy me more time at the station, so I ended up getting the Jericho location from Rupert’s diary. During Crossroads, I wanted my Connor to become deviant, but clearly my actions were more of a machine, so he stayed a machine. At the Hart Plaza Rooftop, I almost had a heart attack as I saw him ready to kill Markus. Thankfully, my Hank arrived and I intentionally lost the fight against him so he would stop me. My final Connor was defeated by Markus at the end.
At first I really tried going for the peaceful approach but my actions were not enough to get a positive public opinion. At Stratford Tower I shot down the staff member that escaped so he wouldn't raise the alarm, so I made it out with everyone but public opinion was hostile from that point. During Freedom March I stood my ground and then I was going to disperse, but when I saw they'd shoot anyways, I got really pissed so I decided to attack and won the fight. I escaped from Jericho alive and lead a successful violent revolution, but sadly, I lost Josh and Simon. After the final fight with Connor, Detroit was evacuated and we “won”.
Probably the most emotional arc in my opinion. I tried always doing the right thing and keeping Alice safe and close. I reasoned with Todd on Stormy Night, ended up fighting him and escaping through the front door. I stole clothes, but felt that stealing money to sleep at the hotel was too risky, so I ended up staying at Ralph’s refuge. I escaped before being reset at Slatko’s place, freed the monsters and the bear, so Slatko was killed by them. I fooled the cop at Roses’ place, but he almost caught me because I didn’t hide the Android clothes on time. I helped Luther during Crossroads and escaped by playing dead. I reunited with him later on and made it to the bus stop. Unfortunately, I returned the bus tickets (trying to do the right thing) and didn’t find Rose in time, so we got caught by guards and killed on the spot. When that happened, I don’t think I had ever cried so much with a game before. After everything they went through, I felt really angry with myself for letting them die that way.
Overall, I really loved the game. This is one of the few games that made me genuinely care about the characters and kept me on edge all the time. I also cried a bunch times haha. Really a masterpiece in my opinion. Sorry for the long post!
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