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Submitted by Gekko 593d ago | review

Dead Space 3 Single-Player Review: Oppressively Tense | Shacknews

Jeff Mattas: ''I'm a pretty big fan of the first two Dead Space games. Despite some minor criticisms, the series' "strategic dismemberment" angle has proved to be mechanically much more interesting to me than the standard "blast everyone in the face" strategy encouraged by most shooters. The audio work in the Dead Space games has also been top notch from the beginning, combining with expertly-lit and visually impressive locations to create a palpably tense and oppressive atmosphere.'' (Dead Space 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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