Beyond: Two Souls – The Entire Game in Chronological Order (VIDEO)

The story of Beyond: Two Souls plays in an order more akin to associative memory than a coherent, chronological plot, and it can be tough to follow just how one event follows another as you’re playing the game.

So with no regard to the desires of the developers over at Quantic Dream, our walkthrough guru Mitchell Saltzman has taken on Beyond: Two Souls in chronological order, complete with game commentary. Be warned, this thing is a monster — like 8.5 hours long. But if you’re fascinated by the story of Beyond (or you want to see just how little sense it makes even in a more conventional order), this video is for you.

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3 Comments on Beyond: Two Souls – The Entire Game in Chronological Order (VIDEO)

Michael

On October 19, 2013 at 11:06 am

Great video to show the idiots who didn’t understand the story.

Kill Yourself

On October 19, 2013 at 11:36 am

The only idiot here is you, Michael. If a story doesn’t work, that’s the fault of the writer – a writer who has repeatedly shown that he has no concept of continuity and prefers trying to guilt his audience into liking his writing or, as is the case with you and your sort, playing to their self-indulgence by making them think they’re more intelligent if they convince themselves that they “understand” the writing when anyone with even the bare minimum knowledge of storytelling can see the plot holes, inconsistencies and contrivances without even trying.

The fact that you continue to suck David Cage’s balls yet had the audacity to criticise a genuine storytelling company in Telltale Games speaks volumes for your credibility. You are nothing short of retarded.

Sense

On October 19, 2013 at 11:39 am

You can add lying to Michael’s increasing number of ways that he buries himself deeper and deeper, since in his pathetic attack on Telltale (due to him not having a grasp of episodic storytelling) he claimed that he was giving up on the site. Just hours later he’s at it again. He’s like a child who can’t stop touching the stove.