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Submitted by Alexious 678d ago | review

Dead Space 3 Review - Worlds Factory

Many have complained about the predominance of the action against the horror of the predecessors, but I personally believe that the most obvious flaws of Dead Space 3 reside elsewhere. Resident Evil 4 has already shown that a push to action by itself can not bury a true masterpiece, and problems of the sequels are rather derived from the inability to keep pace with the times. In the case of Dead Space 3 (which also does not shine for its originality), the main shortcoming is undoubtedly the fragility of the narrative structure, which does not stand close scrutiny especially compared to other titles of similar claims. This does not, however, prevent Dead Space 3 to be a lot of fun. (Dead Space 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 82/100

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