Here is some new gameplay footage of Beyond: Two Souls behind closed doors at E3 2012.
HURRY AND WATCH BEFORE ITS REMOVED. EDIT: So it play like Heavy Rain. Which reminds me, I need to pick up Heavy Rain again.
I just hope it has move compatibility. I loved playing Heavy Rain with the move. It sucks we have to wait so long just to play it. I expect it will release the same month Heavy Rain did, even though that month looks crowded with some heavy hitters.
They confirmed it is indeed Move compatible, I believe.
here you go buddy: http://www.iwaggle3d.com/20... i loved playing HR with move and am looking forward to playing B:TS with move :D
Im not watching this, id rather wait. what is the point of spending 60 bucks on a game if you are just going to watch it online.
So what you're saying is that a game to you is 24 minutes long?
I'm trying but my phone is so slow DX
Resisting watching this so hard!
Looks like heavy rain with some design and gameplay changes
Looks amazing. Quantic Dream are geniuses.
Genius'? How so? Don't get me wrong, David Cage's direction is fantastic but I find the execution to be quite uninspiring, the game practically plays itself and is essentially an interactive movie. The games are enjoyable as long as the viewer is intrigued by story over gameplay, but the gameplay that is there isn't innovative in the slightest. I look forward to seeing more but am somewhat disappointed with the titles linearity.
Isnt that the entire point of the 'game'? to be an interactive movie? I loved heavy rain. But i dont consider it as a game, more as an experience
I agree with you mate, I would be much more in awe of these guys if they told a movie quality story in a way that is truly interactive in a traditional game sense. It would be a million times more engaging and memorable if you actually did the things that happen in the game as opposed to just rotating an analogue stick in a certain way.
@Tachyon_Nova - I take it you haven't played it with Move? Even with a controller, the gameplay is interactive enough to call it a "video game". It's not like a Tell Tale game where you walk up to something and watch a cutscene. You are interacting the entire time...and receiving 1:1 feedback.
If you had bothered to read any interviews Cage has stated...repeatedly to no avail it seems...this game plays more like one with traditional control.
Seen it already. watching it again.
I know I will get disagrees , but if it's anything like HR then it's a rental for me. I am not saying HR was a bad game ,but there is absolutely no replay value after finishing all of the endings.... which I had done in a week.
I only played HeavyRain once, a lot of people i know played it a few times though. I guess there is replay value for certain people. I think it was worth it's price for one play through though.
Why would you pay $60 for a game that you play through once , when you can get that same experience for a $7 rental?
You can go download a movie for free without consequence. You can also buy it new on Amazon...which gives money to the company that made it, including all people involved. If you don't want more games like Heavy Rain, that's your prerogative. I, however, appreciate what QD does and would love to see more.
@JackBNimble Because 1) i was excited for it and would rather play it release date and 2) They deserve the money for it, money which in term is helping create their next great game..3) owning a copy is much better, should i have wanted to play through again right after or at a later date then i have that option. That's why. Maybe i would have played it if there wasn't so many other titles to play actually :)
I saw this already.
David Cage is a visionary! It looked insane. Heavy Rain players will be right at home! Loved it.
Only QD can pull off this kind of gameplay
Seriously what's the point? Why even use graphics unless they need it for special effects? Just shoot a real movie with real actors. Have scenes that lead to various outcomes all depending on how you did in the QTE? Oh wait! They did that... And while they are at it, they should just remove the entire walking sections, I mean they screwed that up last time anyways. And they said FMV games were dead. Ha! Don't call it a comeback!
Not a big "emotion" guy, are you? :/
What are you talking about? So because I criticize this game all of a sudden I lack emotions? Really? A Not a big "gamer" person, are you? :/
FMV stands for 'Full Motion Video'. This isn't a video. The gameplay is 100% interactive. Also why hate on these sorts of games? You never play games like Ripper or the 7th Guest? Classics!
"This isn't a video." Yes it is. "The gameplay is 100% interactive." Sure it is, when it decides to let you off the QTE leash. Then it let you run for like 5 seconds. Lets you use the six axis for a very basic motorcycle section and aparently for controling the ghost thing. The rest is full FMV QTE action...it's right there in the video. As for FMV games, most of them sucked. But certainly not all of them. And I am partial to Tex Murphy myself. Def. a classic. But HR is no TM, not even close. HR have more in common with Terror T.R.A.X. than anything else. HR is a little more involved I'll give you that, but still.
It does look ALOT like Heavy Rain. I personally loved Heavy Rain. Gameplay wise, this seems almost exactly the same plus the weird little mechanic at the beginning.
Second time this has been up. Seen enough first time to convince me its a day one for me.
OMG THE GRAPHICS!!!!!!
To all the people that constantly try to bring Heavy Rain down continuously I am sorry but always remember your opinion does not equal fact. No one cares if you are only going to rent it, no one care if you think it looks like the last game, no one cares if you think HR is only an interactive movie or if you don't like the plot or whatever.Many people are anticipating David Cage's next game and are willing to see how he tells this story.There are many games people rush to grab up that i think are nothing but crap like the 5 hour SP tutorial for the MP FPSs. But like I said that is my opinion. No one needs you premature negativity before you even lay your hands on the game.
"No one cares if you are only going to rent it, no one care if you think it looks like the last game, no one cares if you think HR is only an interactive movie or if you don't like the plot or whatever." "But like I said that is my opinion." ...and like you said: "No one cares"
Ohhhh aren't we touchy.
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