but for those of us who love a good story this game is a must play ...
Sean Lucas, Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: No shortage of cheap scares, so nothing new there. However the pace of the story will have your PTSD in full swing... or give it to you if you haven't earned it already. The co-op play is meh, but for those of us who love a good story this game is a must play for the DS initiated. If you mud your britches don't bother asking EA to replace them cuz they don't give a f*** about you which explains all of their pointless overpriced DLC.
Summary: You kind of need this dlc for the true ending of Dead Space 3. It only added 2 more hours of gameplay at the hardest difficulty coop with final tier weaponry. This is pretty short so if it becomes cheap and you are interested in what directly happens at the end of the first game go for it.
Summary: The game is excellent! It does, however, have this problem with video performance, that makes it freeze my computer every 15-20 minutes (on a different color screen, mostly green, blue or white). It is a common issue I've found out, after spending time looking around forums and such. Did what I could to solve the problem, ended uninstalling the game about a third into it.
What Dead Space 3 should have been, way too short.
Pablo Vargas "pabvr81", Amazon
6 January 2014
Summary: I bought this DLC after finishing DS3, because it ends in a cliffhanger. It continues the story of DS3, with Isaac Clarke and John Carver somehow surviving the events of the main game. Now stranded on Tau Volantis, they struggle to find a way back home. I'm not giving away any spoilers, but let me tell you, this game is what DS3 should have been.
Summary: I mainly bought it because it was on sale, and a friend wanted to co-op it with me. The game was fun....but every game is fun when you co-op. So i guess i'll talk single player. The game is not horror, first of all, no scary moments at all. The gameplay doesn't support the horror genre either. You always have a plethora of equipment/consumables/etc. and you don't even have to try to salvage what you have. The worlds all kinda look the same, there are only about......
Summary: If you buy this game expecting survival horror, you will not be impressed. The majority of the focus is on the crafting system. You'll need to constantly be fiddling with parts in order to find an effective weapon. However, this version of the game comes with special weapons, which take all of that away.