Live the life of Jodie Holmes, a young woman who possesses supernatural powers through her psychic link to a mysterious invisible entity.

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Jodie Holmes (voice)
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Nathan Dawkins (voice)
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Ryan Clayton (voice)
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Cole Freeman (voice)
Caroline Wolfson ...
Robert Burns ...
Philip Holmes / Possessed Scientist (voice)
Nancy Tate ...
Susan Holmes (voice)
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Officer J. Sherman (voice)
Dominic Gould ...
Paul / Earl / Mike (voice)
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Jimmy / Frank / Cory / Willie (voice)
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Stan / Ricky (voice)
Maud Laedermann ...
Tuesday (voice)
Barry Johnson ...
Walter (voice)
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Jay (voice)
Kyle Smigielski ...
Jay (voice)
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Live the life of Jodie Holmes, a young woman who possesses supernatural powers through her psychic link to a mysterious invisible entity.

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Daughter, Teenager, Spy, Fugitive, Monster


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8 October 2013 (USA)  »

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Beyond: Dos Almas  »

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A PlayStation 4 remaster for Beyond: Two Souls was released on November 24th, 2015. The most noteworthy addition to this version is an option to either playthrough the story in chronological order or in its original out of sequence order. Other improvements are a bump to 1080p resolution as well as new visual effects such as motion blur, bloom, depth of field effects, and improved lighting and shadows. Also your decisions are now shown at the end of every scene, and can be compared with other players' choices. Controls have also been improved for action sequences, and the difficultly in certain fight scenes has been increased. Finally the "Advanced Experiments" DLC is now included for free, it was previously only available as a bonus to those who pre-ordered the original PlayStation 3 version. See more »

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When Jodie is in the bar playing pool, if the player misses the first quicktime event while shooting, the cue ball will end up along the side of the table next to a striped ball. However, when the camera cuts away then back for the man's turn, the balls have moved. See more »

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Jodie Holmes: [Ending with Zoe] I see things at night... terrifying things. I tell myself it's only nightmares, but... I know it's not true. The only one who can save the world is a little girl. I have to prepare her. I know I don't have much time. Once Pandora's box is open, it can never be closed again. No... it's not nightmares. It's what is about to happen.
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Crazy Credits

The loading screen represents the timeline of Jodie's life. The game tells its story out of order but once completed refer to the timeline to see her life in order. See more »

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Featured in How Video Games Changed the World (2013) See more »

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End of the Line
Performed by Gareth Johnson
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An artistic achievement in modern video games. A true game with a soul of realism and power.
9 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Beyond: Two Souls is a game like no other. It's simply outstanding in terms of it's individuality and story. It has real actors such as Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe, who prove to be truly great at delivering their roles. The highlight of this game is Page, as Jodie Holmes. You fell connected to the character and you care about her as you struggle to fight contention and danger throughout the game. Quantic Dream know how to make a game with realistic characters and a powerful storyline, I'll tell you that.

Be warned. The gameplay is unique and sometimes enjoyable but don't expect Beyond: Two Souls to raise the bar in the gameplay categories, as it is meant to be played as an interactive tale or movie. The gameplay is very much an acquired taste but most people will enjoy it.

The music to this game is simply one of the best soundtracks in the history of entertainment. An emotional and beautiful, artistic, melodramatic soundtrack composed by Normand Corbeil, Lorne Balfe with help from music mastermind Hans Zimmer. It is so good, the soundtrack. The themes are very strong and quite amazing. This game is better than what most people think.

Beyond: Two Souls might suffer from some critics but trust me, DO NOT listen to them. It really is a unique game that captures your attention.

An essential play.


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