Dead Space 3 cuts to the heart of deep space terror with award-winning suspense, horror, action and audio. Players will embark on a thrilling ride through space that takes them to a hostile new planet, Tau Volantis. There, they must battle violent, subzero conditions and deadly, highly-evolved enemies including new Necromorphs, gigantic boss creatures and – for the first time in the series – a faction of Unitologist soldiers on a misguided mission. Fortunately, they are not alone this time around. Players can choose to team-up with a friend anytime in Dead Space 3 with the fully integrated drop-in/drop-out co-op feature. Players that choose to take down the terror together will experience additional story details and gameplay mechanics only found when playing as the co-op character, Carver.
When I started playing Gears of Dead Space – er, I mean Dead Space 3 – I figured that the game would be more like the second iteration than the first. While the first game was eerie and had a truly haunting atmosphere, the second game favored action. Dead Space 2 was as scary as the original at times, though. I enjoyed the game quite a bit, and I thought to myself, wow, if they can split the difference between these two games, I’ll be delighted. Is that what they did? Nope, Chuck Testa. First, it’s important to note that Dead Space 3 is functionally sound and is definitely a decent game mechanically, but it’s not what I wanted from Dead Space. Dead Space 3 plays more like Gears of War in the Dead Space universe. If that’s something you’re... Read Review