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Submitted by bubs78 596d ago | interview

Beyond: Two Souls | Interview With Quantic Dreams CEO Guillaume De Fondaumiere

Bone-idle.ie Writes "Beyond:Two Souls has this idea of Aiden constantly accompanying Jodie everywhere, its almost like a paranormal experience. Is this based on something that yourself or Dave (Cage) experienced?
GF: (Laughs) eh No, Its not. David lost someone very close to him when he was younger and I guess he wanted to find some answers to the very important question; What lies beyond death. What happens to ourselves, our souls and to the souls of the people we love when they die. I guess he wanted to think about an answer that would suit him. So he started to write a short story about it. After completing Heavy Rain, he decided he wanted to delve a little bit more deeply into this initial story he had written and give a compelling answer to what lies beyond death, what is on the other side." (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3)

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