IGN: Visceral Games clearly has it in for Isaac Clarke. Watch the poor guy die in horrible ways. A lot.
all of Dead Space death are simply amazing. Sometimes you just want test how many death animation they have put it in the game.
I've literally spend some time in dead space 2 exploring that.
Love the Dead Space series but EA really needs to give us a sequel to Dante's Inferno.
Dante's Inferno is the best God of War clone I've ever played.
Most games are clones of others. This just happens to be one of the better ones. GOW is good too but it's a bit milked now.
Define "milked" when things only continue to get almost impossibly bigger and better for the franchise. I've yet to see another game in this generation or the last that even comes close to what God of War 3 did. The Poseidon fight, for example, is something I never thought I'd see this generation. Same for Cronos. The scale, dynamic lights, textures, facial expressions, music, and everything else going on in the background, all with a consistently smooth frame rate and ridiculously realistic blood effects, shouldn't even be possible on PS3. It's simply wizardry. As long as we continue to see things improve and become more and more jaw-dropping, there is no milking to complain about. When things start to become more "been there done that" (like Dante's Inferno), doing what everyone else could do, then yeah, I'll agree with you. Dante's Inferno got a lot of things right. It was fun, 60fps, pretty good storytelling, etc. But Dante as a character was depressingly generic. Ugly graphics and linear as lines level design explains their 60fps achievement. But I really enjoyed the game. Like I said, it's the best obvious God of War clone I've played. Next time, actually DEVELOP Dante as a character and make the areas more exciting to explore. Also, blood. Dante's Inferno was barely bloody.
No argument Dante's Inferno is the best clone of God of War but I enjoyed Dante's Inferno story over God of War 3 immensely. God of War 2 is still the best in the series. I would LOVE a Dante's Inferno 2. I disagree. I felt Dante's pain and suffering as his story unfolded and those that he sinned against while he ventured deeper into the circles of Hell trying to save Beatrice was very well told from a characters perspective. Dante's Inferno is based off of the Poem "The Divine Comedy" published in 1555. Since Dante's Inferno is based off of a Poem from such a long time ago, it's difficult to give a character...*character* when you have no actual written scripts that define them. I feel Visceral Games did an amazing job with Dante as a character considering what they had to work with.
I'd love a sequel to Dante's Inferno too, would much prefer for Visceral to make that instead of Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel which looks terrible.
Poor Issac , with every death, they always have him clinging to a chance of fighting it off
Dante's Inferno Dante's Purgatory Dante's Paradiso
I miss when Dead Space wasnt a joke. Go back to DS1 style
the eye poke death is still my favorite,
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