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Submitted by ColdFeet 688d ago | review

Beyond: Two Souls Review: Emotional, atmospheric, multi-layered| PcGames

"How to assess a game that is so different than anything else that hangs out on the market? We ask ourselves this question regularly, if we a title of the caliber of Journey or Ico is served. Also in Quantic Dream's previous releases, the opinions were divided. For some works were like Fahrenheit or Heavy Rain is the crown of creation, video games, for others only shallow Adventures with a good story. The answer is quite simple. We evaluate these games than what they want to be: video game art. All of these titles not shine through playful innovation, do not require lightning reflexes or target safety, do not indulge in the typical action sports riot these days, but would instead focus on storytelling and character drawing and one and tell only an atmospheric, gripping story, the questions and raises thought-provoking, no more and no less. And in this respect makes Beyond: Two Souls really all right, as far as is anticipated." (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3) 89/100

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