Dead Space Remake Gameplay First Look has been debuted by Motive Studios, showcasing the return of Gunner Wright as Isaac Clarke.
Very nice. Looking forward to it.
The textures and lighting are definitely better. Also more geometric shapes in play including a much more popping health bar on the back. More smoke as well and smoother-looking animation.
Excited for this remake.
Yep. And this is very, very, very early footage even. I’m hoping they remake DS2 and just craft a new DS3. :}
Being very early footage is doesn't always mean anything. How many times have we seen early footage of a game only for it to be toned down before launch? But I don't think this will be the case with this game. The original Dead Space was so ahead of its time when it launched and looked like a next gen game years before the next gen consoles came out. I expect this one to look incredible.
It didn't look like any of the shadows were baked in either, or not many if there were. The lighting was very dynamic.
Everything looks like it's being very well executed for this one. Although I will say I prefer the original armor to their redesign, but that's just me being nitpicky. Can't wait to play it!
You can tell these guys completely understand what they're working with and respecting the original work while making sensible changes and improvements. Hats off to them and looking forward to this remake.
This is Dead Space 1 with Dead Space 2 Gameplay. - Issac talk. - Zero G. - improve telekinesis.
I hope for DS2 (if they get around to remaking that) they ditch the story of DS2 and start the game on a new ship and new characters where they are hearing reports of the Nishimura but don't understand what went on and then progressively they get the necromorph invasion and its about the confusion and fight back that goes along with it. Would be way better than what DS2 was. Actually a Bioshock game with the same idea, the events leading up to the fall of Rapture, would be good too.
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