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Submitted by r0gueZA 1023d ago | review

Dead Space 3 | Zombiegamer Review

ZG writes: While Dead Space 3 has left behind some of the magic that gave the series its iconic status, it’s still a very good game indeed. High-quality production values and most of the elements that made the series so great are still there, but it’s a little more action that horror, and a little less “Dead Space.”

The original seemed a little darker, more claustrophobic and it had a way of using a single Necromorph to get your pulse racing, very suited to the singleplayer. This is a bolder production, and this one achieves the tense situations mainly by throwing hordes of Necromorphs at you now, complimenting the co-operative experience a little more. Despite not finding all of what I hoped for, the end result was still the same – an extremely satisfying experience, and I have no doubt that it with remain one of the better games I play this year. (Dead Space 3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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