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Submitted by deanomac98 721d ago | review

Find Your Inner Geek Game Review: Dead Space 3

Weary, old and rusted hallways, decrepit corridors and a deafening space-vacuum silence: these are the images that I conjure when thinking of Dead Space. From the first encounters with the horrifying Necromorphs in the original Dead Space, to the powerful manipulation of revisiting old grounds in Dead Space 2, EA once again offers up a new mass of horrors with its latest entry in the fledgling franchise, Dead Space 3. Revisiting the space-bound struggles of Dead Space mainstay Isaac Clarke and his encounters with the unsettling Necromorphs and the Markers, the runic shrines that harbor their existence, Dead Space 3 provides a sequel that brings many of the trademark attributes of Dead Space, but both adds to and hinders the franchise in some ways (Dead Space 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.3/10

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