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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.

Director:

David Cage

Writer:

David Cage
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Elliot Page ... Jodie Holmes (voice) (as Ellen Page)
Willem Dafoe ... Nathan Dawkins (voice)
Eric Winter ... Ryan Clayton (voice)
Kadeem Hardison ... Cole Freeman (voice)
Caroline Wolfson Caroline Wolfson ... Jodie Holmes (child) (voice)
Robert Burns Robert Burns ... Philip Holmes / Possessed Scientist (voice)
Nancy Tate ... Susan Holmes (voice)
David Gasman ... Officer J. Sherman (voice)
Dominic Gould ... Paul / Earl / Mike (voice)
Tercelin Kirtley ... Jimmy / Frank / Cory / Willie (voice)
David Coburn ... Stan / Ricky (voice)
Maud Laedermann Maud Laedermann ... Tuesday (voice)
Barry Johnson Barry Johnson ... Walter (voice)
Blair Redford ... Jay (voice)
Kyle Smigielski Kyle Smigielski ... Jay (voice)

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Storyline

As a small child, Jodie Holmes became a government lab rat due to her strange psychic powers caused by her link to an incorporeal psychic entity known as Aiden. Scientist Nathan Dawkins was chosen as her handler and tasked to study her, raise her and prepare her to join the Psy Ops military division as soon as she's of age. Having no friends, and being bullied and accused of witchcraft by every kid she ever tried to become friends with, Jodie grew attached to Nathan and became his surrogate daughter. Eventually, she joined the military only to become their pawn forced to commit criminal acts abroad for the supposed greater good. She also discovered that, since she can also channel the dead, the military will eventually probably force her to use all her powers to open a rift to the afterlife dimension, even though this could literally unleash Hell on Earth. Realizing that she will never be free, Jodie decides to run away like many times before. However, wherever she goes, the military,...

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Taglines:

Daughter, Teenager, Spy, Fugitive, Monster


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M | See all certifications »

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Trivia

During the Homeless chapter, on Stan's side of the pavement there is a man sitting on the bench reading a newspaper, in particular an article about the Origami Killer, which was the name of the killer in another game by David Cage called Heavy Rain. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Jodie Holmes: Ever since I was born, I've been linked to an entity... His name is Aiden... and he's always with me... He's here right now...
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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 »

Connections

References Stranger Things (2008) See more »

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Lost Cause
Written by Beck (as Beck Hansen)
Performed by Elliot Page
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A Lot of Heart, Action, Sci-Fi, and Drama in this Atypical Gaming Experience
2 November 2020 | by AegelisSee all my reviews

Polarizing reviews from players for Beyond: Two Souls. I can understand why, as many serious gamers may be disappointed that it's more like a play-through novel than a game. For me and many others however, this is a captivating story that's both unsettling and refreshing. I'm a fan of Choose Your Own Adventure books, so this has enough variability to make it intriguing, yet keeps the story moving along a cohesive direction. A few revelations are predictable, however there are a lot of surprises. The ending has a riveting crescendo followed by very important options for endings. So much of this game is art: directing, action adventure, drama, sci-fi, thriller, music, and a whole lot of heart.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

France

Language:

Arabic | English

Release Date:

8 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Beyond: Two Souls See more »

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Quantic Dream See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | DTS

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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