By Devin Kotani / March 1st, 2013
Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced that Oscar nominated actor Willem Dafoe will be starring in Quantic Dream’s latest title, Beyond: Two Souls. He is starring alongside fellow nominee Ellen Page, whose involvement was revealed with the game’s announcement.
Dafoe will be playing Nathan Dawkins, a scientist who is working with Page’s character, Jodie, as they try to understand her powers. The relationship between the two is said to deliver “some of the most unique and powerful scenes yet seen in gaming.”
Take a look at the trailer that goes along with this announcement:
In addition, Sony has provided a behind the scenes look at the game through an interview with Willem Dafoe regarding his involvement with the game…
Along with a few screenshots of the motion-capture process.
Beyond: Two Souls is set to be released on October 8th, exclusively on the PlayStation 3.
So, dear readers, what do you think about developers getting Hollywood talent involved in gaming? Is it a good idea, or should gaming remain separate from films? Sound off in the comments.
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