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Submitted by -Mezzo- 898d ago | article

Dead Space 3 review: what do you want to know?

OXM - Much like one of the franchise's own Necromorphs, Dead Space 3's appeal has snuck up on me. When I glimpsed it in the distance, I was vaguely disgusted by the new, well-lit (albeit heavily snowed-under) setting and the presence of Action Man features like co-op and weapon customisation. But Visceral's brainchild has closed the distance - the game releases on 8th February - and it's a promising monstrosity at proximity. (Dead Space 3, Xbox 360)

Shadow Man  +   898d ago
does it have splitscreen co-op?
Godchild1020  +   898d ago
The Truth. Is the game a big difference from the second one, Does Kinect Support really make a difference. How is the Single player, does it draw you in like Dead Space one and the ending of Dead Space 2.
elhebbo16  +   898d ago
is it dead space, or is it call of space marine: dead ops?
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