Summary: Ok, so a little about me for perspective: 25yo moderate gamer girl. I play COD BOII and also play stuff like Mario Kart, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Arkham City. I like adventure and shoot 'em up games along with fighting games. I am used to games where you are CONSTANTLY doing stuff.
Summary: I liked the game-play, but it sure wasn't the best. The voice acting was a bit odd, and the controls confused me from time-to-time. Still unique, I love games like this, but it didn't really meet up to the standards of a 'Heavy Rain' game-play. Kind of awkward at moments, some weird choices...
Summary: I had high expectations for this and I was impressed with the content it was provided with but it didnt feel complete,like the soundtrack only has 4 tracks but there are several more that should be on here,I wished it was the complete soundtrack which by the way is completely compelling,I listened...
Amazing story with limited gameplay, but still fun.
J. Reyes "Jarb2104", Amazon
5 December 2013
Summary: A very good game, an amazing story, I believe some just don't like this different style of gameplay but that doesn't mean it is bad or it isn't fun, it's just less interactive and more cinematic, like interacting with a movie so that you can see different things and different parts of a whole story.
Summary: After playing the game for a solid 3 hours, I must say that QuanticDream has gone far. The first game I played by them was Indigo Prophecy. That was a great game. The thing you must understand is that Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls is a cinemtaic experience.
Summary: After immensely enjoying Quantic Dream's previous title, 'Heavy Rain', I was anticipating what they would create for their next title. 'Beyond: Two Souls', with its intriguing premise, promised to be something a little bit different from it's forerunners.