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Submitted by ITFGaming 833d ago | review

Dead Space 3 Review (ITF Gaming)

Brady Ruiters from ITF Gaming writes: Shortly before Dead Space 2 was released, I picked up a copy of the first game and found that I could only play it for maybe a few hours at a time before chickening out and playing something else. However, I did manage to finish the game and immediately pre-ordered the sequel. I found it to be more action-oriented but still pretty scary. I enjoyed the series and decided it would be my favourite in terms of a survival horror game. When the third game in the series was announced, I was really excited to take the fight to more Necromorphs, the reanimated corpses created by an alien artefact known as the Marker. Has Visceral Games created a worthy sequel? Let’s find out. (Dead Space 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.8/10

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