Zamieszczono: 6 lipca
Overview: Survival Horror-Third Person Shooter
+Graphics, lighting and atmosphere are fantastic and provide a real sense of horror
+ No HUD makes things more immersive
+ I love that once you gain control of the main character, you never lose control, there are no cut scenes, cgi or anything that takes you away from the character. All the action takes place from the characters perspective and that provides an extra layer of immersion.
+The game provides a great sense of pacing, slowly introducing new enemies, gameplay mechanics, locations and puzzles to keep you second guessing what's around the next corner. In addition the sequel adds lots of cinematic set piece moments that really amplify the tension and action.
+ Variety of weapons each with their own primary and secondary functions opening up new play styles
+ Finding nodes throughout the ship as well as purchasing it in the store allows you to upgrade your weapons and suit
+ Combat has been improved, not only is shooting limbs off enemies satisfying but you can use your telekinesis to rip claws off enemies and shoot it back at them
+ Monsters look, feel and act scary along with good diversity to keep combat engaging.
+ Improved zero gravity section
+ Variety of death animations
+ new game + mode
+ Sound effects and music really add to the tension
The game is more focused on action than horror especially as the game progresses.
The story can be hit or miss depending on how invested you are in the universe and characters.
- vsync locks frame rate at 30fps
-multiplayer is dead
I have played this game many, many times on the Xbox360 and this is still one of my favorite survival horror games. It does so many things right in the genre. I STRONGLY recommend this game to anybody who either loves survival horror games or third person shooters. I do consider this game to be the best in the trilogy as Dead Space 3 has some really questionable design decision.