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Submitted by Lucario 805d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: The Art of Dead Space Review

DHGF: The Art of Dead Space is an oversized coffee table book that stands nearly a foot high by nine inches long, and contains nearly two hundred pages of art and information on the Dead Space franchise. Unlike a lot of video game art books that contain merely screenshots from the video games in the series, The Art of Dead Space goes WAY beyond that, showing artist sketches, paintings, schematics and so much more. You get everything from character designs down to things you might not instantly think of or appreciate, such as background ideas or even logos and patches for outfits. Heck, for the more astute Dead Space fans, there’s even a collection of all the Peng ads from the various games. (Culture, Dead Space, Dead Space 2, Dead Space 3) -

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