Watch 17 Minutes of Dead Space 3, With Commentary

We’ve been assured that Dead Space 3 will function well cooperatively and in single-player modes, though most of us at Game Front haven’t actually seen if that’s the case yet.

But a new 17-minute video of gameplay suggests that Dead Space 3 will hit all the cylinders we’ve come to expect from the game, including big fights with lots of necromorphs in tight spaces.

Check out the video below, in which Isaac is teaming with a few other characters, notably John Carver, his co-op buddy, but in a clearly single-player experience. I wonder how this would have functioned in co-op. Either way, looks cool.

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2 Comments on Watch 17 Minutes of Dead Space 3, With Commentary


On September 27, 2012 at 7:08 pm

This is the sort of thing that I was wanting to see. I had heard that previews from this section of the game felt more like the previous games than the E3 video. I’m actually somewhat hopeful about this game now, but I must always keep in mind that the overlords at EA are publishing it, so I can’t get too excited.


On September 28, 2012 at 2:54 am

Oh look the enemies use the same animations from the previous game. EA, repackaging the same crap like always. Wonder if they didn’t even feel like putting in the time and effort to changing the texture and model over the backpack from Dead Space 2 cause that ALSO looks the same. Hey are you gonna reuse models from previous games but add in a few new animations and claim that it’s UNIQUE or DIFFERENT?

Jesus Christ EA can you get any lazier. Oh let me guess $60 plus FIRST DAY DLC like Ubisoft’s new Splinter Cell.

I mean the intro sequence was good enough for super metroid and I had a good solid game to play and explore on my own. Why do I need over paid idiots to voice act every 10 minutes to drag me on a ty linear shooter. Can’t I utilize my mind and infer things and indulge in the game instead of you over paid corporate s acting like I need my hand held every time I feel like running in a direction you don’t like? Should I pay you $100 to get a game that I can enjoy more than once?