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Submitted by The_Wolf 877d ago | review

Review: Dead Space 3 (eGamer)

"Over the years, Dead Space has ignited more than just a few conversations across the gaming landscape. Whether it is positive or negative, there was no denying of the fact that it is one of a kind and succeeds at what it set out to do. It provided you with jump-scares that you didn’t quite know you had inside of you, while the bloodthirsty Necromorphs keep coming at you with unseen ferocity. What first started out on a planet cracking vessel entitled the USG Ishimura, moved on to a more “inhabited” setting, the Titan Station / Sprawl. Still very unnerving, yet with more focus on action in Dead Space 2, the series got hammered down by some for trying to do something different. I, for one, liked both of the first games and still think that they both succeeded very well with what they had to provide us and our many unsoiled pants." (Dead Space 3, EA, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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