Dead Space 3 – ps3

7.9

Dead Space 3 brings Isaac Clarke and merciless soldier, John Carver, on a journey across space to discover the source of the Necromorph outbreak. Crash-landed on the frozen planet of Tau Volantis, the pair must comb the harsh environment for raw materials and scavenged parts. Isaac will then put his engineering skills to the ultimate test to create and customize weapons and survival tools. The ice planet holds the key to ending the Necromorph plague forever, but first the team must overcome avalanches, treacherous ice-climbs, and the violent wilderness. Facing deadlier evolved enemies and the brutal elements, the unlikely pair must work together to save mankind from the impending apocalypse.
GenreAction
Platforms
ps3


DEVELOPER Visceral Games | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


Dead Space 3 Reviews ps3


7.9

gameinformer.com review
Visceral laid the foundation for a terrific horror series with the first Dead Space. The clean, HUD-less presentation, dismemberment-focused gunplay, and expertly crafted derelicts have made each successive entry feel ahead of its time. Dead Space 3 evolves the winning formula into a title not only befitting of the fantastic series, but also one of the best games of this generation.
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7.9

playstationlifestyle.net review
Otherwise it’s great fun to step back into Isaac’s rig for all of the dismembering, tense edge-of-your-seat moments, and jumpy scares, as well as teaming up in co-op, without many things detracting from the overall fun factor of the game. The solo campaign on normal difficulty ran me in excess of 15 hours and the co-op missions added a couple of hours onto that, so the variety of New Game + options for replayability will ensure that you’ll be dismembering Necromorph limbs for a long time. I have already put over 25 hours into the game and had a hard time putting it down to actually write this review. Now I can finally get back to it.
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7.9

meristation.com review
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7.9

eurogamer.es review
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7.9

insidegamingdaily.com review
However, the game doesn’t always succeed in its combat. At specific story points, Dead Space 3 introduces other human (non-necromorph) enemies. Predictably, they completely lack interesting AI and don’t require the strategic approach of the Necromorphs. To throw some salt in the wound, this is the point when Dead Space 3 reveals its somewhat half-baked cover system, which frequently felt like it was trying to get me killed rather than help me stay alive. These sections are relatively few but just don’t work as well as the Necromorph encounters.
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7.9

digitalspy.co.uk review
Though we were unimpressed with Dead Space 3’s abundance of ammo, and we could take or leave some of the more action-orientated set-pieces, initial concerns about the series’s new direction are largely unfounded.
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7.9

gamerevolution.com review
While human enemies detract and distract from the intense atmosphere and narrative, necromorphs still stand as the most entertaining things to shoot in gaming. Repeating some of the franchise’s "epic" moments cheapens them somewhat, but nothing can deflate the sci fi-horror highs throughout Dead Space 3. This monster is well-equipped, even if there’s one or two limbs I’d like to lop off.
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7.9

psxextreme.com review
Dead Space 3 does a darn good job of letting you tear sh** up. That’s a fact. The environment is continually interesting and involving, the character and enemy designs are highly accomplished, the third-person action is reliable and responsive, and the deep weapon crafting system adds intricacy. But the subtler aspects, the slightly more artistic elements, the more cerebral parts of the production; they take a back seat to the insanity. Hence, the epitome of flash over substance. Just to be clear, however, that flash is of an elite quality and doesn’t deserved to be insulted. If that’s what you want, you’re good to go. If not…well…
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7.9

cheatcc.com review
For example, there are optional side missions now. These play out as non-essential objectives that send you exploring sections of the game you’d otherwise ignore. And these are pretty massive. In fact, most of the side missions are about as long as a full game chapter, which means that if you try to tackle every side mission, you’re essentially adding a half dozen or so hours to your game experience.

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7.9

play-mag.co.uk review
Speaking of chaff, the competitive multiplayer modes from Dead Space 2 have been cut, Visceral focusing their online efforts on co-op. It’s not a huge loss. Multiplayer was a fun little piss-about every now and then, but never the main attraction. A few players might miss it, but most probably won’t even notice. What it all comes down to is simple. Dead Space 3 is more of the same, albeit a tad more action-focused and with more snow.

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7.9

giantbomb.com review
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