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Submitted by AaronBaron 523d ago | opinion piece

Can David Cage Deliver in Beyond: Two Souls?

Aaron Ploof from explosion.com writes:

"David Cage, the writer and director behind Quantic Dream’s 2010 hit, Heavy Rain, has achieved critical success in the video game world due to his non-stop willingness to transform the video game medium into a respectable art form. And he’s set to further his legacy in the upcoming game, Beyond: Two Souls. The narrative centers itself around Jodie, a young woman who lives a strange life: her conciousness is tied to that of a disembodied spirit: Aiden. The game is said to explore what happens after death. With its great graphics and heavy star power (Ellen Page is playing the lead character) Cage looks like he’ll definitely have another hit on his hands. Whether it will be any good or not is an entirely different question." (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3)

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