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Submitted by s8anicslayer 682d ago | review

Beyond: Two Souls Review | Gamestyle

Love him or loathe him, David Cage is certainly a unique personality. “Game overs are a failure of the game designer” being a stand-out quote from his, and yes, going through his latest offering Beyond: Two Souls he has eradicated the “Game Over” screen completely, but in doing so has created a game where challenge is non-existent. Beyond is certainly an odd beast, one after completing, is still difficult to put into words. (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3) 6/10

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