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Submitted by HanCilliers 268d ago | review

[MWEB GameZone Review] Beyond: Two Souls - Dichotomy Has Never Looked This Good

MWEB GameZone delivers an honest, well rounded review of Beyond: Two Souls.

Beyond takes the idea of a game, then proceeds to dress it in beautiful visuals, coating it with layer after layer with magnificent audio and visual levels, then sews this up with dramatic concepts and some cringe-worthy storytelling. (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3) -

HanCilliers  +   268d ago
Loved reading every word of this review. It is so good to know that with Mr Moosa we can always rely on getting a well rounded, honest perspective.

Must say, I am a bit disappointed in the lack of depth with the story as well as the poor choice/character control options. Cage advocated it like a heretic :(
GabeSA  +   268d ago
brilliant writing Mr. Moosa (as always). I have just received my copy and will be seeing this as much through your eyes as my own. Nice.

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