Crisis averted, folks. Crisis averted. Ellen Page is not so pissed off about the nudity in Beyond: Two Souls that she would try to sue people over it after Sony failed miserably at censoring and keeping images, videos and articles off the internet gaming communities that proudly boasted such material.
Sony attempts to stop the spread of nude photos from Beyond: Two Souls, while Warner Bros holds back reviews of Batman: Arkham Origins and Wild Games Studios gets in a copyright pickle.
This story probably would have stayed in the cupboard had it been an isolated incident, but it looks like it wasn't isolated. When we originally ran the story about a debug PS3 unit being used to access additional camera angles in Beyond: Two Souls to see Ellen Page's 3D alter ego naked during a shower scene, Sony wasn't pleased with the story at all and we weren't the only ones they weren't pleased with.
Lorne Balfe and Hans Zimmer worked together on the soundtrack to the new game, written and directed by David Cage, Beyond: Two Souls. The game is about as close to an interactive movie as you can get without having to pay $18 to sit in a theater and listen to a fat guy burp his way through the film while smacking on Snickers and slurping down a coke the way gaming journalists munch on Doritos and gulp down Mountain Dew.
A week before launch and Quantic Dream's new supernatural adventure thriller, Beyond: Two Souls, starring Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe has been leaked to torrents... all 25 gigabytes of it.
Oftentimes it's stated that the average AAA game middles out to around $25 million when it comes to development costs. The lower end of the AAA development costs start at $10 million and the ceiling, so far, has been set by Rockstar at $265 million for Grand Theft Auto V. Well, for one of the movie-oriented AAA titles due out this fall, Beyond: Two Souls, the development costs were quite moderate, making out at the $27 million mark.
There are some segments in the new trailer for Beyond: Two Souls featuring the lead protagonist played by Ellen Page encountering some world-ending scenarios. It appears the game may be a heck of a lot bigger than just some pesky ghost following around a young woman.
That makes two videos now that get a “Must Buy” descriptor. The first was Watch Dogs and the second is now Beyond: Two Souls. So what makes the game must-buy? Well, we finally get to see some real gameplay and some contextual commentary to let us know how diverse the game really is.
Quantic Dream and Sony have released a new trailer for Beyond: Two Souls, showing the behind-the-scenes production and design properties while also showcasing a few more gameplay elements, including a look at some of the wilder sides of Ellen Page's character.
Quantic Dream's Beyond: Two Souls was a special entry at this year's Tribeca Film Festival and they sliced off 35 minutes of gameplay to showcase, which you can experience right here, right now, for free.
The “Breathe Me” trailer from the Tribeca film festival for Beyond: Two Souls has surfaced, giving gamers a very dynamic and cinematic look at the upcoming interactive action-drama from Quantic Dream and Sony Computer Entertainment.
If you thought little 'ole Ellen Page wasn't big or bad enough to take down a group of heavily armed police enforcers, you thought wrong. While she lacks the muscles of Stallone and Schwarzenegger, she makes up for it with the help of an ethereal friend played by none other than you, the player.
David Cage and crew from Quantic Dream are at it again, desperately trying to bridge the gap between movies and video games with their upcoming title, Beyond: Two Souls. The game stars Hollywood actress Ellen Paige in title role of complex and tortured character named Jodie Holmes.