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- Team up and take down the terror together - Play the full campaign in online co-op or single player through easy drop-in and drop-out play.
- Head planet side and experience a hostile new environment - Discover underworld cities and accept side missions. Explore the frozen terrain and search abandoned encampments.
- Uncover the past and embark on a thrilling expedition to save mankind - Discover the source of the Necromorph terror and fight to fend off the extinction of the human race.
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Dead Space 3 is a Third-Person Shooter with Survival-Horror gameplay elements that challenges players to work singly, or with a friend to stop the viral/monster Necromorph outbreak. The game features the return of franchise hero, Isaac Clarke and the necessity of his weapons making abilities and precision skill in using them against in order to defeat enemies. Other game features include, drop-in/out co-op support, the additional character John Carver, evolved Necromorph enemies, a new cover system, side missions, and more.
Team up Against the Necromorph Outbreak
Prepare yourself to scavenge the violent wilderness, build devastating weapons, and take down the terror together.
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.
Key Game Features
- Team Up and Take Down the Terror Together
- Play the full campaign in online co-op or single player
- Easy drop-in and dropout play
- Head Planet side and Experience a Hostile New Environment
- Discover underworld cities and accept side missions
- Explore the frozen terrain and search abandoned encampments
- Uncover the Past and Embark on a Thrilling Expedition to Save Mankind
- Discover the source of the Necromorph terror and fight to fend off the extinction of the human race
- New Cover System - Enjoy a new cover system that allows you to utilize any tagged item
- A Whole New Planet - Discover a world of mysteries hidden on the frozen planet, Tau Volantis
An all-new cover system.
Varied gameplay environments.
Visually stunning graphics.
Exciting co-op action.
Top Customer Reviews
Dead Space has gone from a sleeper hit that got excellent reviews (I'll never forget the first time I experienced that horrifying noise-intro as the bloody EA logo appeared) to a full-blown AAA title/series that many are calling the "Resident Evil" of this generation. So how does Dead Space 3 actually do?
I think it's important to address the notion of change within a game series. Typically, when moving through a series or trilogy, developers tend to hit one of two extremes. The next games in line either stay largely the same, often leaving gamers feeling underwhelmed and bored (think BioShock 2 or COD), or the initial formula changes completely, making many gamers feel angry and even betrayed by the developers (think Resident Evil 5-6). The key is that games shouldn't simply change or remain the same; they should evolve -- keeping core elements of the original game while adding on new ones that enhance the experience of the series as it moves forward.
Does Dead Space 3 evolve effectively? I think so, even if it's not perfect. Let's see why. DISCLAIMER: I am reviewing this as a lone wolf. No co-op for me on my initial playthrough.
As everyone knows, this is the single biggest change in Dead Space 3 -- going from a cramped Ishimura or a doomed Sprawl to a seemingly open ice planet. It's a huge change from dark to (literally) white, right? Well, don't be deceived. You don't spend all your time, or even most of it, walking around in the snow with the sun out.Read more ›
Everyone knows I’m not that obsessive when it comes to graphics. I enjoy a good looking game, but as long as it’s not glitchy or super ugly, gameplay is often the redeeming factor for me. So with Dead Space 3, I can’t really say if it’s an improvement over Dead Space 2. There are some nice effects here and there and a brighter color palette in places, but it basically looks like just its predecessors, which isn’t a bad thing. I never had many problems with graphical bugs, although a few times when aiming on an elevator, Isaac would reset his position. (If you’ve played the other titles in the series, you know elevators aren’t always safe.) Aside from some clipping when enemies get too close, the game looks good, but doesn’t really make a big leap forward for the series.
It’s not very easy to claim a game’s sound quality goes above and beyond other titles. Musical scores, sound effects, and mixing are often either good or terrible, but there are very few titles that really showcase exceptional audio mastering. Dead Space 3 is one of those titles. If you play this game with a good set of headphones or with a surround sound system (like myself), the audio really brings this game to life. Vents explode open, ceiling panels crash, and creatures creepily groan and wail all around you throughout the entire adventure. The voice acting is well done here (Isaac sounds a bit like Tom Cruise at the beginning to me, am I crazy?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The first two DS games are truly scary, and yet are truly marvelous games in the science-fiction/horror genre. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Distant Voyageur
Horrible controls - it's like I've never touched a video game before. Telekinesis versus kenisis... You figure it out. Character moves like he's stuck in mud. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Hagan
Not nearly as terrifying as the original but also not as slow paced. Story is still pretty solid.Published 1 month ago by Matt Byrne
Unlike it's predecessors Dead Space 1 and 2, it fails to completely live up to the name. It's not a bad game, or bad. It just doesn't live up to the title. Read morePublished 1 month ago by -Desennrrollado
I think this game is still worth your time if you love Dead Space.Published 1 month ago by John Phelps