Summary: It's story is really short and the fact that this DLC tries tell the events leading up to Dead Space 2 and fails, is just sad. It fails because it starts out with the outbreak already happening. The DLC on it's own is not terrible, but as a prologue it's pretty weak.
Summary: Severed is a really good add-on but i just cant hope to think that this could have been Dead Space 3. The campaign is great, the graphics and gameplay are the same as the main game and the characters are interesting. Its just too bad that its only one hour long.
Summary: As much as I enjoyed playing Severed it is very short and considering its price tag I would only recommend it to fanatics of the franchise, I admit I expected more from it but it was nice to see Gabe Weller and Lexine Murdoch from Extraction again (the voice actors are the same also).
Summary: Dead Space 2's latest expansion pack sticks to the pattern of the series' add-ons by being distinctly average. And that's not the only way in which DS2's first DLC package is revisiting old ground. This time, you're following Gabe Weller, a security guard last seen in Dead Space Extraction.
Summary: Although game was cool DLC is bad.Story is unbalanced and has too many potholes.Youve seen all this before in the real game.There is nothing new or exciting here.Not the DLC you want to buy so dont.
Summary: Most of us would be excited-horrified to return to the Sprawl. Sadly, it will only be a short visit, and as DS2: Severed shows us, its not long enough for a good storyline to be presented to us, and while playing it, my pants were clearly less stained then in Dead Space 2.
Summary: The story follows Gabe Weller's adventure on the Sprawl as he tries to reunite with his wife while fighting off the many necromorphs that block his path. Don't expect many new features with this DLC - it is more of the same goodness as found in the main game which is not a bad thing.
Summary: Don't be expecting any major changes or gameplay innovations here but what there is matches the high standard of the main game. It does give us a separate story, though, and should satisfy those of you who have completed the main game but want a bit more.