Detroit-become Human Funny

Discussion in 'Funny Stuff' started by Freshwater-Freshman, Jun 20, 2018.

  1. Freshwater-FreshmanValued MemberMember

    Anyone else notice the Dwarf Gourami is plopped back in the tank with a seemingly HUGE betta fish?! Lol

    I was like mmmm that is ill advised, silly video game! Tank was cool tho
     




  2. scarfaceFishlore VIPMember

  3. WilledValued MemberMember

    I figured it out but agree we need more context lol
     




  4. smee82Fishlore VIPMember

    Im glad someone did because i have no idea.
     
  5. Dch48Well Known MemberMember

    I have no idea either. Is it a video game?
     
  6. GamerWell Known MemberMember

    I have the game at home but haven't started it yet, I am finishing God of War first.

    Yeah Detroit Become Human is a PS4 game set in future Detroit where androids are created to serve humans. They are designed to do jobs and tasks so that humans don't have to do them. The androids are mistreated badly, and they start to develop real human emotions like us. Which is seen as a malfunction to their programming so that leads to some problems between the androids and the people...
     
  7. scarfaceFishlore VIPMember

    I seriously thought the OP may have downed one too many drinks. He sounded like complete gibberish :D. I still don’t get the betta fish and gourami, except that they’re in the game, which sounds weird in a very random sort of way.
     
  8. Freshwater-FreshmanValued MemberMember

    Sorry! It's really popular right now I thought more people would get it. And I actually might spoil a little bit of the game if I went into too much detail?? But there's a dwarf gourami put in with what I'm assuming is supposed to be a betta fish, except that it seems to be as big as the gourami if not bigger lol, it is right in the opening of the game.

    Your character picks up a dwarf gourami, and puts it in this nice fancy fish tank. But then the camera pans to a betta in the tank already. It was very distracting

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  9. Dch48Well Known MemberMember

    Are the fish robots too? :)
     
  10. Freshwater-FreshmanValued MemberMember

    You know, I'm not sure lol. Many animals that are extinct or endangered are made into androids for zoos tho. Maybe that's how they got these fish to get along!
     
  11. scarfaceFishlore VIPMember

    I think one of the game designers might be a aquarium hobbyist with an odd sense of humor, putting two labryinth fish together (which is commonly viewed as a no-no). And based on the natural aquarium design, he/she’s an aquascaper or has watched a lot of aquascaping videos on Youtube.
     
  12. Freshwater-FreshmanValued MemberMember

    Haha I would love to hear their explanation! They put together a pretty cool aquascape
     
  13. wodesorelWell Known MemberMember

    I take it no one played Mass Effect? Nothing like freshwater jellies. Or maybe saltwater koi? ;)
     
  14. scarfaceFishlore VIPMember

    There actually are freshwater jellyfish. As for koi, well, I guess they just didn’t care at all.
     
  15. Dch48Well Known MemberMember

    If the fish were robots, they wouldn't be Androids. Andro means man so Android means man like. I guess fish would be Piscoids. :)
     
  16. Freshwater-FreshmanValued MemberMember

    The two robot canaries in the game have to be started every morning it seems, imagine having to press a button on all your fish every day to get them to move!
     
  17. tetratetrisValued MemberMember

    I was really excited to see that in the scene, sorta weird but i love dwarf gouramis
     
  18. Freshwater-FreshmanValued MemberMember

    I wouldn't have even blinked if I wasn't in this hobby lol, but I'm glad I had the knowledge to appreciate the scene and the really beautiful fish Gouramis are
     
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