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Submitted by -Mezzo- 725d ago | interview

NZ Gamer - Interview with Dead Space 3's John Calhoun

NZ Gamer - Dead Space 3 is in an interesting position. Sequel to a spectacular (and successful) series, its similar success seems almost automatic - especially in today's risk averse market, where sequels (we are, after all, anticipating the announcement of Call of Duty 10 in a few months) are the norm. And yet changes to the game (most notably the addition of coop support and microtransactions) seem to risk alienating its core audience, setting it adrift without a fanbase to support it. (Dead Space 3, John Calhoun, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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