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Beyond: Two Souls BagoGames Preview

Last night Sony held an event in Dublin, Ireland showing a gameplay and presentation of Beyond: Two Souls. The presentation was lead by Quantic Dreams Co CEO Guillaume de Fondeimere who worked on all previous Quantic Dream titles. He led the presentation off by explaining what the company wanted to portray in Beyond. They enjoy a great narrative story telling aspect but felt that a more needed emphasis on gameplay was also a necessity progressing forward. They want people to be able to enjoy the game solo and also with a companion whether that be a friend, a partner or even someone you may have just met. There is bond between two people and a bond between Jodie and Aiden which lead to the game being called Beyond: Two Souls. Also worth mentioning, Aiden is full fledged playable character so in my opinion people will look at the game in a totally new life after they get their hands on it. (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3)

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