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- Product InformationDead Space 2 is the second installment in the Dead Space series. This Xbox 360 game is a survival horror game that takes place 3 years after Dead Space. Once again, you find yourself playing Isaac Clark, who wakes up from a coma on the sprawl, facing a completely new nightmare. Dead Space 2 is an Xbox 360 game that has an online multiplayer mode, letting other players experience the nightmare with you. This survival horror game creates the perfect fear atmosphere that keeps you on the edge of your seat at all times.
- PublisherElectronic Arts
- GameDead Space 2
- PlatformMicrosoft Xbox 360
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- Region CodePAL
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- just-no2014Jan 10, 2017by
Awesome game although better on pic much better
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- savermonkeyJul 17, 2011by
Dead Space 2 is pretty much the best haunted house attraction ever
Dead Space 2 is an amazing game. I'm going to write about its scary moments, cool kills, and how much I dig the main character's internal struggle, but Dead Space 2 is about more than this. When I beat it for the first time, I sat on the couch with my heart racing and dissected the journey I had just taken. Then, I started my second playthrough, and when that was done, I jumped into a new game for the third time. Dead Space 2 is just that good. It's been three years since the events of the first game, but protagonist Isaac Clarke still can't catch a break. At the beginning of Dead Space 2, he wakes on a space station known as the Sprawl and finds the place is overwhelmed by an outbreak of reanimated corpses called Necromorphs. From the very first moment of the game, Isaac's fighting for his life. This is where you come in. As Isaac, you'll pick up your plasma cutter, don an engineering suit and take the fight to the beasts out to kill you. The overarching goal is to find and destroy the religious idol (known as the Marker) causing all of this, but the story that makes Dead Space 2 great is the internal war Isaac's fighting. Unlike Uncharted's Nathan Drake who can kill a few hundred pirates and never seem worn down by it, Isaac is totally ruined by the events of the original Dead Space. He saw things no man should have to during his time on the spaceship USG Ishimura, but it's the fact that Isaac's girlfriend died on the vessel after he encouraged her to work there that really haunts him. Isaac's losing his mind in Dead Space 2. The guilt is tearing his very sanity apart. That's heavy stuff and it makes for a really engaging story. Isaac doesn't let anyone else in on the fact that he's coming unglued, so as a player I get to see who he really is and the facade he presents to the other characters. Isaac's internal conversations and hallucinations are among my favorite parts of this game. But I have lots of favorite parts to Dead Space 2. Right behind Isaac's struggle on my list of cool stuff is the combat. It's more satisfying than it was in the original. Isaac's fast and light on his feet. You can stomp crates in a jiff and melee attack bodies for loot, grabbing things with your telekinesis is responsive, and mixing all of this together with the different weapons in the game is a blast. Slowing down a Necromorph, blowing off its arm, and using the severed limb to impale the foe on a wall is a thing of beauty that doesn't get old.Dead Space 2 is pretty much the best haunted house attraction ever. Visceral stripped out the stuff that slowed down the original game (backtracking, getting disoriented, etc.) and ended up with a fast-paced game that's suspenseful and scary at the same time. You're funneled down these halls and corridors on your way from Point A to Point B, and ghouls pop out for you to blast. I know that "linear" is a bad word in the video game industry, but the package is so well done here that I can't knock Dead Space 2 for taking me on a very specific ride that's marked by awesome moments, environments that range from a cheery schoolhouse to pitch black rooms, and sound that's so well done I'd find myself trying to figure out if it was a monster making its move or my dog rummaging in the living room. Toss in some new disturbing enemies and surprises I won't ruin for you and you have a game that can feel like "the same old thing" at times but becomes much more than that as a whole. Read full review
- rmullsDec 06, 2011by
Highly recommended, especially if you haven't played the first game.
Extremely atmospheric gaming experience. Large array of futuristic weaponry that you will need to make full use of to keep the Necromorphs at bay. These creatures are the stuff of knighmares - some you will be familiar with from the first game but there are new ones too. Graphics are a joy to behold and the sound effects really add to the gaming experience with the distant sounds of clattering metal and growls and screams keeping you on your toes! It is a truly immersive experience and is like being the star of a space horror film. Some of todays video games truly are works of art and this is up there with the best.
- turtlepawaSep 05, 2012by
More frightening than the first few Resident evil. Great.
Great game, if you liked the first one, you'll love the sequel. It is somewhat easier though. I'd advise to play on a higher difficulty setting. Perfect balance between action and terror.
- weehughesesOct 05, 2011by
Once you start the story you wont want to put the game down until u finish.
great game , good story , u dont have to have played the first one to get straight into it. Havent tryed the multiplayer because I dont think id like it.
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