Summary: I've really enjoyed the Dead Space series of games, at least the first two. This one is made with the same high production values as the first two, but just doesn't seem as compelling to me. It may be that the surprise factor is gone and the newness of the concept has worn off.
Summary: Despite all the negative initial reviews, I really wanted to like this game more than I do. I played through about 14 chapters and haven't touched it since. I don't know what is missing since the crafting system and battles were interesting enough.
Summary: So this game is actually pretty good. The story is decent, although it has a weird/out of place/stupid love triangle thrown into it, and overall I did enjoy it. You finally learn what convergence is and some unanswered questions are answered.
Summary: I must start this review by saying the previous Dead Space games are my all-time favorite games. Dead Space is actually what got me into gaming so holds a special place in my heart. I played Dead Space from beginning to end over 10 times and Dead Space 2 over 5 times (Hard Core included).
Summary: What was once wandering alone through tight corridors of a ship that went dark, is now filled with explosions and action scenes. This is like a big-budget summer blockbuster movie. Its huge, pretty, and fun. Now let me go into detail with what I find wrong with it... Its easier.
Summary: Ok, first off, this game is brilliant, it's everything you could expect from a Dead Space game, maybe not as atmospheric and scary as the previous 2 instalments and a lot more action based but still a really good game.
Summary: Dead Space³ takes us back as Isaac Clarke to find out more about the markers that haunt our hero since the first entry in this sci-fi horror series. It sets itself apart from the other games as it introduces co-operative online gameplay, which makes this whole experience feel a little bit different.