One third of a game.

What really get's me upset is that they decided to spend all this time and effort deciding how to make this a trilogy. A game should be complete by itself. Too Human is not exactly a game that stays fresh and the fact you can use your character from the previous games in latter ones tells me the gameplay will stay the same throughout the entire trilogy. If your splitting a game's story like Too Human it works better to release two games at most, not three.

  1. The first Too Human story should be focused on building a story.
  2. The second game should be the conclusion.
  3. You don't need a part three. If there is a third game the second game will be unnecessary build up for the conclusion.
What I'm really trying to say is if you're going to tell a story do it in two games, not three.
Let's look at the three NES Mario Bros. games, if the games were about Mario going to the wrong castle over and over again until the end of Mario 3, that would be a really lame story and lame game franchise. Fortunately the three original Mario Bros. games were all different gameplay wise and story wise and the all stood on there own merits, although Mario 2 was a bit of a lie but I won't get into that.