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Submitted by TheGamerGeek 713d ago | review

Dead Space 3 Review | GiR

Myself, Jay Malone, says:

The path leading up to Dead Space 3’s release has been a rocky one for Visceral Games and EA, both of which have received a tremendous amount of hate for diverging away from the original horror aspects that made Dead Space so famous. I, for one, was never pulled to one side or the other, I honestly thought the direction of the series was changing but I also believed Visceral Games was too good of a developer to let their pet project produce a mediocre installment. That combined with the already high quality of the Dead Space franchise led me to believe that no matter how hard EA pushes the co-op, Dead Space 3 was going to be just fine. I really wish I would have been correct. (Dead Space 3, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

DeadSpaced  +   714d ago
This game is definitely not a 6.5. I'm pretty sure we played a different Dead Space 3.
TheGamerGeek  +   713d ago
Hopefully you played an enjoyable version of Dead Space 3

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