Another Dead Space 2 Review For Xbox 360

By Gary Johnson - Jan 22, 2011

The release of Dead Space 2 is only just a few days away now; the game is being tipped as one of the biggest releases this year. For those of you who are planning on picking up a copy we have a good review for you.

Greg Miller of IGN has spent quite a time playing his way through the game, and goes on to write a long review. He starts off by saying Dead Space 2 is an amazing game, and even after finishing the single player mode for the first time, went on to start it again.

You start off with the main character Isaac Clarke waking up on a space station. Trouble is the station has been overtaken by an outbreak of reanimated corpses called Necromorphs.

The aim of the game is to find and destroy the thing causing all the trouble which is the religious idol, otherwise known as the Marker. One of the reviewer’s favorite parts of the game is Isaac’s internal hallucinations and conversations. Other features which were liked where the combat, Isaac is fast and light on his feet.

Dead Space 2 was played over and over, but it was pointed out that each time can be different with plenty of different things to be unlocked. One thing which was not liked was the multiplayer mode, players are put into two teams; with the humans have a task which the Necromorphs out to stop them at all costs. On playing the multiplayer mode it was found not to be much fun.

Finally the review was finished off by the Miller saying the game is more than just an action or survival horror game, it tells a personal story about a guy scarred by what’s going on around him. He concluded that Dead Space 2 is a great game and worth your time and money.

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