Review Dead Space 2 | Thegameover The Journal of the Videogame

With Dead Space 2 Games Visceral boys were given the opportunity to refine and improve the good things they had seen the previous episode, expanding where necessary and, above all, going to intervene in the few shady areas identified by critics and public in the first story of Isaac Clarke.
The most obvious change concerns the protagonist, a simple avatar free speech and character has become an all-round character, able to feel and express intense emotions and to assume responsibility for important decisions.
The voluntary lack of characterization of the engineer of the first Dead Space was one of the most discussed by the players, especially given the emotional and romantic setting of the main plot. In Dead Space Isaac faced mortal danger to try to save his loved one, a behavior that is not just squeaked by the absence of personality designed to facilitate the identification of the player.

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