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Submitted by bentarrant 443d ago | opinion piece

Dead Space 3 - What To Expect

With the drop of Dead Space 3 drawing ever closer, Ben from BagoGames have gathered much of what we can expect in the third installment of Visceral Games much-loved survival-horror franchise. (Dead Space 3, EA, PC, PS3, Visceral games, Xbox 360)

Update With the drop of Dead Space 3 drawing ever closer, Ben from BagoGames has gathered much of what we can expect in the third installment of Visceral Games much-loved survival-horror franchise.

Ajoyshop  +   443d ago
I had to go back and replay the original game just to get myself psyched for this. It's a relatively young franchise, but it's probably my favorite survival horror franchise at the moment. This is coming from someone who grew up on Resident Evil and Silent Hill.
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bentarrant  +   443d ago
Even with the more "Action approach" it still holds the capacity to make you jump. The "Classic" mode is a really nice touch too, paying homage to fans of the original game.

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