For gamers only interested in chasing spine-tingling scares, Dead Space 3 is not for you.
But what it lacks in fright factor, it makes up for in breathless entertainment, with an enthralling campaign that grabs hold of you and won’t let go until the closing credits roll.
Once again, you’re thrust into the boots of engineer Isaac Clarke, who’s being hunted by Marker-worshiping Unitologists. Living in hiding, Isaac is paid a visit by Captain Robert Norton and Segeant John Carver who want his help to destroy the Necromorph origin, a Marker, on an icy planet called Tau Volantis.
After the duo tell him that Ellie Langford (Isaac’s now ex-girlfriend from Dead Space 2) is in trouble, Isaac reluctantly agrees to help them on their quest.
Thankfully, before you start, the game makes…
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