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Submitted by Pozzle 520d ago | opinion piece

Beyond: The Dynamics of Codependency

Pixelvolt: "Beyond: Two Souls was one of my absolute favorite games released in 2013. I realize that I am basically alone in this, as many people have written it off as a poor excuse for an interactive film. Maybe it is the film critic in me that ultimately shines through here, but there is so much depth to this game from a narrative perspective that I would be remiss if I did not come to its defense. The most intense and fleshed out theme of the game is a how a person’s codependency can define and ultimately become who they are. Beyond serves as a cautionary tale of sorts, illustrating the limited possibilities of relationships that can consume you." (Beyond: Two Souls, PS3)

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