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BEYOND: TWO SOULS DIRECTOR DAVID CAGE ON CINEMATOGRAPHY

With the much-anticipated thriller Beyond: Two Souls coming to Playstation 3 tomorrow, we talked to director David Cage about how he made this game, which stars Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe, more like a film than any before it.

"There's so much more that can be done with games." In this interview, David Cage talks about breaking from tradition to make the game as much like a film as possible. 

About Beyond: Two Souls: From Quantic Dream and David Cage, visionary director of Heavy Rain, comes an emotionally charged interactive thriller starring Academy Award®-nominees Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe. Jodie Holmes (Page) has always been a little different. Aided by scientist Nathan Dawkins (Dafoe), she discovers a connection to a mysterious entity, setting off a thrilling, globe-spanning journey to discover the truth about who she is. Beyond: Two Souls releases on October 8, 2013 and is made exclusively for the PlayStation 3® System. 

 

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