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Submitted by RayWillmott 565d ago | preview

Beyond: Two Souls - Ahead of the Curve?

Is it possible to consider video-games at the same level as other types of media, such as films? This question has sparked many discussions in the entertainment industry.

Sony and Quantic Dreams seem to want to answer that with upcoming PlayStation 3 exclusive, Beyond: Two Souls.

Sometimes it’s hard enough to battle with inner demons and a conscience that continues on a daily basis. Just imagine what its like for Beyond: Two Souls protagonist, Jodie, who has to deal with being connected to a spirit for most of her life.

As our demonstration began, Jodie had been turned into a soldier. Her unusual powers made the army curious, so they decided to use her as a weapon against their enemies. It’s perhaps a sad insight into how humanity deals with those who are special and stand out from the norm. (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3)

bjmartynhak  +   564d ago
"Is it possible to consider video-games at the same level as other types of media, such as films?"

Hope he is not implying that films are superior. They're just different media. Both can be pure brainless entertainment in the same way both can be pieces of art.

Anyway, good analysis.
Ezz2013  +   564d ago
i hope it's great game
i love QD games

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