Submitted by Gekko 1094d ago | news

EA Games boss: Dead Space fans should trust Visceral about Dead Space 3

EA Games vice-president Patrick Soderlund has reiterated much-reiterated assurances about the scare potential of the controversial Dead Space 3. Apparently, the reason trailers have tended towards the noisy and gory is simply that Visceral wants to show off what's new. (Dead Space 3, Patrick Soderlund, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

dirigiblebill  +   1094d ago
The second Dead Space 3 actually resembles a Dead Space game, I'll be happy to trust them about it.
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GTRrocker666  +   1090d ago
I have never played a bad Dead Space game yet, so people really need to dial back the phony outrage.
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