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Submitted by sistevens 659d ago | review

Beyond: Two Souls Review - Midlife Gamer

Derek 'Digi' McRoberts says "Beyond Two Souls is the latest in a series of games from the mind of David Cage, and I fully expect it to once again receive backlash for the directional choices made by the team at Quantic Dream. Some will see this as the maturing of video games with its themes and emotional undertones, and others will see it as a pale representation of video games due to its lack of “true” gameplay. Then there is the remainder of gamers who sit somewhere in the middle. Its accomplishments or failures aside, by simply existing, this game and its predecessors have made us look inwardly to see what makes us tick as gamers. Are we happy with the evolution of games at the moment, with established gaming hooks and mechanics with ever increasingly realistic graphical fidelity, or do we yearn for something different?" (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3) 8/10

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