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Gamers XTREME - Dead Space 3 Review (PS3/360): “A Proper Finale to a Masterpiece of a Trilogy”

Glacier928: "Words can’t describe how masterfully crafted Dead Space 3 is. Visceral Games struck gold when they created the first installment and maintains that course all the way through. In a way, the first thing that came to mind for me upon completing Dead Space 3 was how it felt like the video game equivalent to Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight Trilogy”. All three games are spectacular to say in the least and feels like one massive game when played together. Visceral Games should be very proud of the work they’ve achieved with Dead Space 3, as it maintains that high quality they’ve nailed in the first two games. Between the absolutely stunning visuals, brilliant audio design, intense soundtrack, gripping story and perfected gameplay, Dead Space 3 not only stands as a fantastic finale to the trilogy, but a rare masterpiece that should not be missed by any means."

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Rockefellow1291d ago

I don't know if I agree with 10/10, but it's sure as hell a much more accurate score than people falling below 50%. I loved every second of the game.

SCW19821291d ago

I agree this game was so great and although it wasn't very frightening I applaud Visceral for trying to do something more epic and grand with the finale. Loved it

Rockefellow1291d ago

Yeah. I'm not expecting it to be "scary" as the last two entries. This is Isaac's third time through this shit; he's hardened and weathered. He knows how to handle it. Visceral made the entire game true to its roots; there were still frightening moments scattered liberally throughout. We're just used to it.

starchild1291d ago

Yeah, I am loving it so far. I think it is absolutely brilliant. Can't understand the negative opinions some have of the game.

StrawberryDiesel4201291d ago

too many morons allowed to spread lies on the internet, the game is fire.

Rockefellow1291d ago

I do lament the lack of horror, I suppose, but if Visceral had stayed true to their roots without compromise, people would be even MORE upset. They'd accuse them of not innovating, of pushing out the same game three times, etc. This was the logical end result: a nice mixture of horror with some outlandishly awesome action sequences. What I got was an amazing, inventive sci-fi game, if not a dedicated horror title.