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BEYOND: Two Souls “Breathe Me” Official Trailer

Here is the official trailer for BEYOND: Two Souls, which just debuted LIVE at the Tribeca Film Festival.

WOW! This looks amazing, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it! In Stores 10.08.13
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BEYOND: Two Souls Live At Tribeca Film Festival and Streaming Here Sat. 3 PM PAC

The Tribeca Film Festival will be having a special two-hour screening of Beyond: Two Souls tomorrow, Saturday April 27, at 6:45pm EST (3:45pm PST).

The screening presentation “will be debuting the official trailer for BEYOND and a 35-minute scene from the game (we’re taking care to avoid many of the major, major spoilers for you), followed by a live panel Q&A with game writer/director David Cage, star Ellen Page, and supporting cast members Kadeem Hardison and Eric Winter – moderated by video game journalist Harold Goldberg.”

You can watch a live streaming of the show right here, and join us in chat for a conversation about what is going on beginning at 3 PM PAC!



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BEYOND: Two Souls: Release Date, New Footage with Willem Dafoe, and Pre-Order Exclusives

SCEA announced today that Willem Dafoe (Platoon, Spider-Man) will star as Nathan Dawkins, in BEYOND: Two Souls, the upcoming Quantic Dream’s psychological action thriller. Nathan Dawkins is a government scientist who works with Jodie (Ellen Page) to analyse her powers. Hit the jump for a behind the scenes video!

BEYOND: Two Souls will be released on the PS3 on October 8th, 2013.
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E3 2012: Quantic Dream Shows Off New IP – Beyond: Two Souls

Another big standout this E3 is the next title by Quanitic Dream, famous for their last game, Heavy Rain (and looking even further back, Fahrenheit), comes their next title, Beyond: Two Souls. If you watch the premier trailer, shown after the jump, you can tell we’re in for another psychological thriller. Apparently, you will have much more control with your character this time around (including what looks like a lot more action), while also providing Move support at launch (while Heavy Rain got that support later in a patch).

According to Eurogamer, the game takes place over a 15 year span of the main character, Jodi Holmes (portrayed by Ellen Page), and her connection with the afterlife. If Heavy Rain is anything to go by, we’re in for a treat. Nothing like games that really make you think and build emotional connections with characters. Besides the trailer, we also have a collection of screenshots for your viewing pleasure as well. Enjoy!

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