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Edge: Dead Space 2 Review

Dead Space 2 isn’t as tidily self-enclosed as its predecessor. Multiplayer stretches the experience, and a new harder-than-impossible mode unlocked after a first completion resets players to their past save after each death, giving them just three saves to use along the way. It loses something of the tough-but-contained challenge of the first game, which offered a temptingly realistic shot at 100 per cent completion and resonated with efficiency of presentation, gameplay and setting. But this is perhaps a fair price to pay for a wonderfully crafted sequel. The game’s excellent controls and stream of grisly scares make it the current standard for survival horror, and it now boasts eruptions of blockbusting action that rival this generation’s biggest games.

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kramun2879d ago

3 more days..just 3 more days.....

Sevir042879d ago

tomorrow for me but i'll likely pick this up on the 1st of FEB. LBP2 is making me forget i have a life

ASTAROTH2879d ago

Wow! A 9/10 from Edge? This game is going to be good!! Luckily when I finish it Ill be playing Extraction too...time to charge my MOVE!!

neogeo2879d ago

I hear this game is un crackable/hackable

Its the first PC game ever to need to be online at all times just 2 play.

Ducky2879d ago

Assassins Creed 2?
O.o

neogeo2879d ago

Assassins Creed 2 was different. This game is actually shipped with missing code that can only be added at loading screens.

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