Beyond: Two Souls

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Beyond: Two Souls
Developer(s)Quantic Dream
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Director(s)David Cage
Producer(s)Guillaume de Fondaumière Edit this on Wikidata
Writer(s)David Cage
Composer(s)Normand Corbeil
Lorne Balfe
Platform(s)PlayStation 3
Release8 October 2013
Genre(s)Interactive movie
Mode(s)Single-player

Beyond: Two Souls is a video game made by Quantic Dream.

The game was announced at Sony's press conference during the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2012 by the CEO of Quantic Dream David Cage. Canadian actress Ellen Page was confirmed to star in the game. The game is the final soundtrack that was composed by Normand Corbeil, who died of pancreatic cancer on 25 January 2013.[1] Lorne Balfe took over as composer after Corbeil's death.

The plot[change | change source]

The player controls Jodie Holmes (Ellen Page) through 15 years of her life from age eight to age 23 as she goes on a journey to discover the true meaning of the entity Aiden, who has been alongside her throughout her life.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Heavy Rain composer Normand Corbeil passes away, aged 56". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-06-10.

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