The PS4 re-release of Beyond: Two Souls will be out next week, Sony says. It’ll be $30 and come with a few new features, including an option to replay the game in chronological order. Also, Heavy Rain’s coming to PS4 on March 1.
It was only a matter of time before the lovable punks at Mega 64 took on Beyond: Two Souls for some real-world mockery. And lo, they have done so, and it's pretty funny. Guess what: people don't appreciate it when a dude with a camera goes around knocking crap over.
The Ellen Page-starring movie/game hybrid Beyond: Two Souls was often as much fun to watch as it was to play. And now, thanks to Gamebillstudio, you can go ahead and watch the whole thing, even if you don't own a PS3.
Hopefully you could tell from my decidedly mixed review of Beyond: Two Souls whether or not the game is for you. And if it is for you, a piece of advice: Consider bringing a friend.
Sure, video games these days can simulate hyper-realistic alien murder, but what about the life of a young actress? Ellen Page Simulator 2014 hopes to do exactly that, letting you shape the Canadian starlet's personality, from what dolls she chooses to play with to working up the courage for her first kiss.
In Beyond: Two Souls, you‘ll do some things you rarely get to do in video games. You’ll control a young, frightened girl as she hugs a stuffed animal and tries to fend off nightmares. You’ll decide whether to accept beer at an awkward high-school party, and you'll try to pick music that’ll impress a group of older,…
Heavy Rain got some criticism. There are whole train of thoughts that either praise or slam Quantic Dream’s experimental PS3 game. Some people love what it tried to do in terms of how play mechanics and plot continuation when certain characters died. Other players hated the way it tried to tell its story. When …
David Cage was nervous last Saturday night. And with good reason.
Beyond: Two Souls, the PS3 exclusive game coming from Quantic Dream was an official selection at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend, and presented this, its official trailer. It's a big deal for a video game to get that kind of serious treatment, so the trailer goes all out in presenting itself as a serious film.
Now that we had the Oscars last night, it is time to gather a list of games that enhanced their storytelling by featuring real-life actors, actresses and other celebrities—not just as voice actors, but sometimes even as the main characters.
After seeing a lengthy demo of a level from David Cage's new game Beyond: Two Souls, that headline is more or less the best way I can describe it: The somber, occasionally stilted tone and QTE-style controls of Heavy Rain coupled with the non-corporeal hijinks of Ghost Trick. Starring Ellen Page.
That's...a long time! Beyond: Two Souls is an upcoming PS3 exclusive from the studio behind Heavy Rain.
Quantic Dream, the studio behind Heavy Rain, is back with another photorealistic, eye-popping game. It's called Beyond, and it stars Ellen Page.
David Cage and his Quantic Dream studio have taken the stage at Sony's E3 press conference to unveil a brand new game called Beyond.
Steam concludes its week long sale salute to Ubisoft by offering four classic titles from the publisher for just under $10, including Beyond Good and Evil and the original Far Cry.